May 25 - 31, 2020
Give your regards to Broadway with a musical journey to the “city that never sleeps”
Head to Manhattan when the museums are in full swing and Broadway is bustling with the excitement of countless shows. Join in this trip to see seven of Broadway’s hottest shows – Mostly Musicals!
Check into the InterContinental Times Square – a lovely hotel conveniently located in the Theater District – and get ready to enjoy Exclusive Behind-the-Curtain Discussions with Broadway professionals, which provide a fascinating look into life behind the curtain whether with a Broadway actor, singer, director, general manager, or other professional.
Plus – New for 2020! – take a Private Guided Walking Tour focusing on High & Low Entertainment on The Bowery! From being a flashy district of vaudeville, minstrel shows and operettas, to raucous saloons, bare-knuckle boxing, and Skid Row, the still-changing Bowery has seen it all. Rural to the 1800s, the street evolved into a flashy entertainment district for the working class. During the Civil War, the Bowery was a center of New York's theatrical life. Here vaudeville began and minstrel shows became popular. Though the street's fortunes declined, its venues at the turn of the last century were the early training grounds for such greats as Irving Berlin, Eddie Cantor & George M. Cohan.
During Free Time, take in museums, stroll in Central Park, go shopping, visit glorious sites, or join in our special Optional Activities, including a Southern Times Square Walking Tour, a Cultural & Culinary Stroll of Chinatown and No-Host Pre-Show Meals, which are perfect for those wanting to join others for a bite before or after a performance.
Meeting with superstar soprano Renee Fleming after her performance on Broadway in Carousel.
Exclusive “Behind-the-Scenes” with Broadway singing-actor Caitlin Kinnunen who is currently on Broadway starring in The Prom. Her other Broadway credits include The Bridges of Madison County and Spring Awakening.
Exclusive “Behind-the-Scenes” with actor David Beach whose Broadway credits include Something Rotten, It’s Only a Play, Mamma Mia!, Uninetown, and Moon Over Buffalo.
Come for the delightful musicals! Leave with memories of great shows, interesting “behind the curtain” discussions, delicious meals, and more!
To see highlights of a past Broadway trip, please click here.
Contact James Sokol at 415-444-8017 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultural Arts Trips offered by the Osher Marin JCC are open to all. JCC Members and non-members; people of all backgrounds and faiths are invited to join in these enriching cultural programs.