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Broadway in Bryant Park This Summer!

Jul 18, 2018 | Seasonal Things to Do

Take in the Bright Lights of Broadway in Bryant Park This Summer!

Lunchtime Just Got Better! Add A Little Bit Of Broadway In Bryant Park To Your NYC Summer

See the dancing feet that are still on 42nd Street – out of costume and out of their theatres, in one of the best series of free events in NYC all year!

Every year, the top talents that nightly grace the many stages of Broadway get together in one venue to put on a show to the delight of their adoring public. We’re not speaking of the annual Tony Awards, but the outdoor summer concert series, Broadway in Bryant Park. Instead of watching the bright stars on a television screen, or even from the seats of your favorite Broadway theatre, this highly-anticipated event gives us an entirely different perspective and just has to be one of the best ways to spend your lunch hour.

No costumes, no sets and no real staging. Broadway in Bryant Park, presented by 106.7 Lite FM, is hosted by their popular radio personalities and performed by talented Broadway cast members.

Always considered one of the best free events in NYC during the summer months, this showcase of Broadway’s brightest takes place on The Lawn at Bryant Park every Thursday at 12:30PM (the final installment is set for August 16). The scheduled shows run the gamut of tried and true favorites such as Wicked and Chicago, to the newcomers just waiting to make a splash like SpongeBob SquarePants and The Band’s Visit.

From summer tourists to the business workers taking a Broadway-inspired lunch break, the lawn of Bryant Park will be filled with toe-tapping patrons of the arts!

These performances are always spectacular, so why not plan ahead and allow us to provide the perfect encore by booking a room at The Manhattan Club. Less than a mile from Bryant Park, the comfort of our modernly-appointed suites and the variety of our on-site amenities provide the perfect luxurious haven for relaxation either before or after your special Broadway experience.

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