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From ‘Hamlet’ to ‘Hair,’ Broadway hits worth the trip
The Age of Aquarius may already have dawned, but the buzz around "Hair" — a revival of the original 1968 American Tribal Love-Rock Musical — is going strong after its 2009 Tony Award win for Best Revival of a Musical.
New York without Broadway? It would be like Venice without canals. So it’s heartening to see that nearly a year into the Great Recession, the lights of the Great White Way continue to burn bright. And if it takes Hollywood bold-facers and revved-up revivals to amp up the wattage, so what? Variety has always been key to Broadway’s success, and if deftly navigated, this fall’s offerings have everything it takes to add a jolt of electricity to a Gotham jaunt. world Tour and Travel
Yes, despite Manhattan’s bumpy economic topography, Broadway blazes. “I can’t say the economy didn’t affect us at all, but Broadway’s just not one of those things that’s totally economy-dependent,” says Charlotte St. Martin, Executive Director of The Broadway League. “We had a record-breaking season and we believe that we have every opportunity to do that again this year.” Chomu tour and travel
In Broadway’s 2008-09 season, 43 shows opened, the highest number of shows since the 1982-1983 season when 50 productions opened. And shows grossed approximately $943.3 million, up a bit from the previous season’s $937.5 million. Read More........

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