The Broadway League announced that the Museum of Broadway and 15 Times Square area restaurants will be participating in the 25th Kids’ Night on Broadway, taking place Tuesday, March 21, 2023. Each eatery will offer specials for Kids’ Night on Broadway ticketholders, including free entrees for young theatergoers. Kids can also attend the Museum of Broadway for free when accompanied by an adult with a minimum purchase of two tickets. Please visit KidsNightonBroadway.com for offer details and ticket availability. Many shows still have tickets available.
This year’s Special Offers include:
Museum of Broadway
Applebee’s (42nd Street)
Applebee’s (50th Street)
The Brooklyn Deli USA
Café Un Deux Trois
Foundry Kitchen and Bar
Hard Rock Café
Kitchen 46 by Don’t Tell Mama
Mermaid Oyster Bar
Playwright Celtic Pub Act 2
Participating 2023 shows include:
Aladdin; & Juliet; A Beautiful Noise; Bad Cinderella; Bob Fosse’s Dancin’; Camelot; Chicago; Hadestown;Hamilton; Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; Kimberly Akimbo; Leopoldstadt; Life of Pi; The Lion King; MJ The Musical; Moulin Rouge! The Musical; Peter Pan Goes Wrong; Shucked; *Six; Some Like it Hot; and Wicked. (*Due to the show’s performance schedule, Six will take place on Monday, March 20, 2023.)
Kids’ Night on Broadway is an annual event where kids and teens, 18 and under, can attend participating Broadway shows for free when accompanied by a full-paying adult. To celebrate Kids’ Night on Broadway, there will be in-theatre activities for kids including talkbacks, Kids’ Night on Broadway activity books, and other events still to be announced. Audience members attending their first Broadway show can let the world know with “My First Broadway Show” stickers, available at participating theatres. These stickers can be placed on the show’s Playbill as a keepsake or worn to let everyone know in the theatre and on social media that Kid’s Night on Broadway is the start to a new theatre-going tradition. This will be sure to leave a lasting impression for a young person’s overall Broadway show experience.
All guests must have a ticket to attend shows; offer is applied as 50% off each ticket; no additional ‘free’ tickets are added to orders.
Kids’ Night on Broadway and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) want to remind you to take the MTA’s subways, buses, and trains, which bring you right to the Theatre District. And you don’t even need to worry about refilling a MetroCard — you can take subways and buses when you use OMNY with your contactless credit card or smartphone’s digital wallet. For more help planning your next trip, visit MTA Away, where you’ll find dining guides, ideas for art lovers, and fun activities. Subscribe to the MTA Away newsletter to get the latest deals and car-free trip inspiration. There is even an MTA Away “Subway Bingo” game! Follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @MTAaway.
Kids’ Night on Broadway will continue to take place throughout the year in multiple cities around the country with different shows and venues providing their own unique approach to the event. Please visit KidsNightonBroadway.com for specific dates and locations. This nationwide program is designed to introduce a new generation to the experience of live theatre.
Kids’ Night on Broadway, a year-round national audience development program of The Broadway League, is generously presented by The New York Times with additional support from Westchester Family.
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