It’s Spring on Broadway

See the Stars with Skylight Limo!

Every year, over 13 million people take in Broadway’s shows at one of 40 venues. At NYNY Limo, we carry many a theater lover in our posh and elegant vehicles to and from award winning shows every day of the year!

From star-studded bleary-eyed revivals to Tony-winning mega-musicals or intimate arthouse plays, there’s a show for every theatrically inclined audience member that walks through the doors at on of the old Broadway’s temples to drama. These lavish and elegant theaters are the pieces-de-resistance of turn-of-the-century classical revivalist design and often play host to the biggest budget shows every spring.

You may be surprised to know that not all “Broadway” shows occur at venues on Broadway or even in the Manhattan Theater District – an area that roughly encompasses 41st to 52nd Street between 6th and 8th Avenue. In fact, many of this season’s most sought after theater events are opening at venues all over the city. With so many offerings, it can be hard to pick which show to see, especially if you’re a tourist with only so much time to spend sitting in a dark theater. When there’s so much outside in a New York Spring to see and be seen in, you’ll probably only be taking in a small smattering of theatrical delights in the next few coming months.

Which is why your theater buffs at NYNY Limo present a small list of our April-May on Broadway favorites:

Breakfast at Tiffany’s: Cort Theatre 138 W 48th St, between Sixth and Seventh Aves.

Fred is a young writer from Louisiana who meets Holly Golightly, a charming, vivacious and enigmatic good-time girl. Everyone is in love with Holly—including Fred. But Fred is competing with Holly’s other suitors: a playboy millionaire and the future president of Brazil. As the war rages on in Europe, Holly begins to fall head over heels for Fred, just as her past catches up with her.

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The Book of Mormon: Eugene O’Neill Theatre 230 W 49th St

“The Book of Mormon” follows two young missionaries who are sent to Uganda to try to convert citizens to the Mormon religion. One missionary, Elder Price, is an enthusiastic go-getter with a strong dedication to his faith, while his partner, Elder Cunningham, is a socially awkward but well meaning nerd whose tendency to embroider the truth soon lands him in trouble. Upon their arrival in Africa, Elders Price and Cunningham learn that in a society plagued by AIDS, poverty and violence, a successful mission may not be as easy as they expected.

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The Assembled Parties: Samuel J Friedman Theatre  261 W 47th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue.

THE ASSEMBLED PARTIES welcomes us to the world of the Bascovs, an Upper West Side Jewish family in 1980. In a sprawling Central Park West apartment, former movie star Julie Bascov and her sister-in-law Faye bring their families together for their traditional holiday dinner. But tonight, things are not usual. A houseguest has joined the festivities for the first time and he unwittingly – or perhaps by design – insinuates himself into the family drama. Twenty years later, as 2001 approaches, the Bascovs’ seemingly picture-perfect life may be about to crumble.

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Rock of Ages: Helen Hayes Theatre. Book by Chris D’Arienzo. Dir. Kristin Hanggi. With Justin Matthew Sargent and Kate Rockwell. 2hrs 20mins. One intermission.

Set in LA’s infamous Sunset Strip in the year 1987,  “Rock of Ages” tells the story of Drew, a boy from South Detroit and Sherrie, a small town girl both chasing their dreams of making and big and falling in love in LA. Rock of Ages will transport you back to the hair bands of big bands with Huge Egos playing epic guitar solos with even more epic hair. This five time Tony award nominated musical is even being made into a film starring Tom Cruise!

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Once. Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. Book by Enda Walsh. Music and Lyrics by Glen Hansard. Music and Lyrics by Markéta Irglová. Dir. John Tiffany. With Steve Kazee and Cristin Milioti. 2hrs 20mins. One intermission.

On the streets of Dublin, an Irish musician and Czech immigrant are drawn together by their shared love of music. Over the course of one fateful week, an unexpected friendship and collaboration quickly evolves into a powerful but complicated love story, underscored by emotionally charged music.

The Lion King: Minskoff Theatre. Book by Roger Allers and Irene Mecchi. Music by Elton John. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Dir. Julie Taymor. With Andile Gumbi, Patrick R. Brown, Alton Fitzgerald White. 2hrs 40mins. One intermission.

The Serengeti comes to life as never before through the extraordinary vision that is The Lion King. More than 50 million people have felt the thrill of this Tony Award winner for Best Musical, which tells the classic journey of young royal heir Simba. Giraffes strut, birds swoop and gazelles leap in a dazzling panorama that overwhelms the sense and inspires you with the wonder of life. This is The Lion King. Imagination Untamed.

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Kinky Boots. Al Hirschfeld Theatre (Broadway). Book by Harvey Fierstein. Music and lyrics by Cyndi Lauper. Dir. Jerry Mitchell. With Stark Sands, Billy Porter, Annaleigh Ashford. 2hrs 20mins. One intermission.

Kinky Boots follows Charlie Price, who is forced to save his family’s shoe factory in Northern England after the sudden death of his father. Charlie finds inspiration in Lola, a fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos. As the unlikely pair works to turn the factory around, they find they have more in common than they ever dreamed possible.

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The Big Knife: American Airlines Theatre 227 W 42nd St, between Seventh and Eighth Aves. Tue Apr 9 – Sun Jun 2

Set during the golden age of Hollywood, The Big Knife follows film star Charlie Castle, whose studio has been forced to cover up a mistake that could have ended his career. When a woman with insider knowledge threatens to come forward, the studio heads will stop at nothing to protect Charlie’s secret. Charlie must decide what lengths he’s willing to go to before just quitting the business for good.

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Ann: Vivian Beaumont Theater (at Lincoln Center) 150 W 65th St, at Broadway. Tue Apr 9 – Sun Sep 1

Holland Taylor steps into the shoes of Ann Richards, the impassioned Governor of Texas who dedicated her life to empowering, expanding and enriching the lives of her constituents, friends and family. Ann is an inspiring and hilarious new play that brings you face to face with a complex, colorful and captivating character bigger than the state from which she hailed. Taylor takes the audience on a journey, neither political nor a history lesson, swirling together the past and present to reunite Ann Richards with old friends and introduce her to a new generation.

Annie. Palace Theatre. Book by Thomas Meehan. Music by Charles Strouse. Lyrics by Martin Charnin. Dir. James Lapine. With Lilla Crawford, Katie Finneran, Anthony Warlow. 2hrs 25mins. One intermission.

With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts, despite a next-to- nothing start in 1930s New York City. And now, alongside her signature pal dog, Sandy, she’s set her sights on making us grin from ear to ear as she inspires a whole new millennium.


Once you’ve found the show and bought your tickets, don’t forget to call your chauffeur at Skylight New York Limo to schedule a ride to and from the theater with before and after show dinner and cocktails. Make your evening memorable with one of NYNY’s elegant and affordable limousines with service throughout the New York five boroughs, metro area and New Jersey.

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