Travel Tuesday: Madame Tussaud’s brings back a taste of Broadway

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Madame Tussauds New York brings back a taste of Broadway, much to the delight of theater lovers.

While the curtain remains closed on the Great White Way, Madame Tussaud’s New York is bringing a taste of Broadway back to the heart of the city. For musical lovers, the music of the night soars again.

For many people, live theater brings about joy. Being part of an audience is part of the theater experience. Unlike watching a screen, the subtle differences from performance to performance draw the audience into the nuance of live theater.

Although the curtain may not rise in Broadway for a while, Madame Tussauds is bringing an interlude that will delight many theater fans. Starting this Saturday and continuing for every Saturday in October, the New York City location will host a taste of Broadway event from its A-List balcony. For people longing to hear those belting ballads, these performances will be the sweetest notes.

To kick off the series, Ali Ewoldt – Broadway actress, “Christine,” The Phantom of the Opera, will perform. While the exact specifics of the performance are uncertain, some classic Phantom of the Opera songs should be expected. Although no one should expect a crashing chandelier, everyone will be enthralled with her melodic voice.

The performances celebrate one of the attraction’s exhibits, ‘Madame Tussauds New York Presents Broadway.’ The interactive exhibit gives guests a glimpse behind some favorite Broadway musicals. While you might not be able to hit Christine’s high notes, you can re-live those favorite memories from all those theater moments.

A visit to this New York City attraction gives an opportunity to create a moment in time. Through the various scenes, guests can create their own pop culture moments. From taking the Broadway stage to walking the catwalk like Project Runway to capturing that photo op with their favorite celebrity, this attraction brings an aspect of pop culture to life.

Currently, Madame Tussaud’s New York City is open and is following safety guidelines. The 85,000 square foot space holds various types of interactive entertainment. It is a Merlin Entertainment family entertainment attraction.

Are you ready for a taste of Broadway? Madame Tussaud’s is bringing the music of the night back to theater fans.

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