YOUR NIGHT OUT MADE EASY WITH NYC’S SPRING THEATRE SEASON
Winter time is quickly coming to an end, and the world of activity will soon be re-opened to your every whim. Maybe you’re a fan of a luxurious dinner in Manhattan or a comfortable car ride around town. Maybe you enjoy a meal at a late night diner after seeing an art house film. Or maybe your favorite thing is to sit back in the glitz of a Broadway theater and enjoy a live performance of one of your favorite plays. New York City is the ultimate destination to do so, and with so many theaters to choose from, it’s guaranteed that your date night can be fabulous. Your first step is to book a chauffeured car to get you there; your chauffeur will take care of navigation, parking, and making recommendations for your after-show dinner. Once you have your car, you must decide which show you’d like to see and at which theater. We’ve compiled a list of a few of our favorites below.
The Belasco was opened in 1907 and continues, for over 100 years, to be the site of some of the most impressive theatrical performances in the city. Watch Neil Patrick Harris in the hilarious Hedwig and the Angry Inch beginning March 29, or peruse their calendar for more showings which might interest you. 111 West 44th Street, New York, NY
Named for the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright who brought us The Pittsburgh Cycle, the August Wilson Theatre in New York City is always a great destination for those of us searching for great theater. Whether you’re looking for a fresh, fun new show like Jersey Boys, or are interested in one a revival of one of August Wilson’s award-winning plays, you’ll have options at this theatre. 245 West 52nd Street, New York, NY
The Eugene O’Neill Theatre is steeped in history and esteem, as its namesake was the only playwright in history to receive a Nobel Prize for literature. The theatre is a wonderful stop for your night out, with its convenient location on 49th Street and its premiere entertainment. The Book of Mormon is showing through October and is an absolute must-see. 230 West 49th Street, New York, NY
THE SCHUBERT THEATRE
The Schubert Theatre is one New York City’s finest destinations for a variety of shows, whether you’re looking for something child-friendly or just an escape from the troubles of the real world. The theater is currently showing Roald Dahl’s timeless classic, Matilda, about an extraordinary little girl living in a cruel world. 225 West 44th Street, New York, NYYour experience of New York City theater can be fabulous each and every time with safe, reliable New York City car service. The expertise of a professional chauffeur and the comforts of a pristine vehicle can only make your time in the city and your experience of its fabulous live theater even better. image credit: Idea go/freedigitalphotos.net