Year of Theater – overview

What a year in theater it’s been! You can read my specific experiences in my other posts, but I thought I’d give a brief overview, now that the year is almost done and I have no more plans for shows this year. This year, my goal was simple: get the Perfect Year in Playbills. At […]

Year of Theater: Wayward Children and BroadwayFlea

Fellow theater fans, rejoice! Because after an unexpected hiatus, I have returned with more theater stories for you. This post is September, then be on the lookout for October, November, and December adventures! Check out the other parts in this series: part 1: January & February; part 2: March & April;  part 3: May & […]

Year of Theatre: July and August

Adina here again; your friendly neighborhood theater junkie! Check out the other parts in this series: part 1: January & February; part 2: March & April; and part 3: May & June. In July, I managed to score a weekday off so I hit up Broadway in Bryant Park, a summer series where the stars […]

Year of Theatre (part 3): Birthday & Rainbow Playbills

Hi again! My theater stories continue with May and June! Check out my first two installments: part 1 & part 2. May was set for Playbills. My dad and I started a tradition a few years ago where we go into the city on Mother’s Day and see a show together. This year, we chose […]

Year of Theatre (part 2): Nederlander & Old Faves

Adina here again with the second installment of Year of Theatre! Check out the first installment. Picking up where we left off: March. March is my bestie Ally’s birthday, so we hit up our favorite theater: The Nederlander for Disaster! The Musical. The Nederlander was the home of Rent (Ally’s favorite) for many years and the […]

Noises Off

Year of Theatre: A Quest to See Broadway Every Month

2016 has become the Year of Theatre for me. Relatedly, I also dubbed it the “Year of Playbills.” I have been a fan of theatre in general, and musical theatre in particular, for a long time. My first Broadway show was Fiddler on the Roof when I was 9 years old, and then I was […]