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New York Tony Award Winners 2012 in December 2014

Our selection of the best tony award winners 2012 in New York for the month of December 2014

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Cort Theater: 1st - 31st December

Michael Cera and Kieran Culkin star opposite Tavi Gevinson in this revival of Kenneth Lonergan's 1996 play, This Is Our Youth. The production is directed by Tony winner Anna D. Shapiro whose most recent Broadway endeavour, Of Mice and Men, also starred a cast full of young acting talent. The play is a raw portrait of the age bridging adolescence and adulthood, when poor decision making and new opportunities often collide. More info

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Eugene O'Neill Theatre: 1st - 1st January

From Trey Parker and Matt Stone, four-time Emmy Award-winning creators of South Park comes this hilarious Broadway musical about a pair of mismatched Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that's about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get. More info

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Tarrytown Music Hall: 6th December

Come and share the evening with one of Americas most loved personalities known to both young and old, the star of The Cosby Show keeps on getting better and better. By the time the curtain has raised you will already have remembered why he has become the phenomenon that he is today. Cosby's engaging and enrgentic style will have you clambering to sign up for his next performance. More info

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New Amsterdam Theater: 1st - 1st January

In an exotic, faraway land, one young pauper's life is about to change with the luck of an ancient lamp - and you're invited to join this magic carpet ride! Based on the hit Disney classic movie Aladdin, this new 2014 Tony Award winning musical features best-loved music by Academy and Tony Award-winning composer Alan Menken and is directed by Tony Award-winning Casey Nicholaw, best known for his work on The Book of Mormon. More info

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Astor Place Theatre: 1st - 1st January

Blue Man Group is one of New York's longest-running shows and one of its hardest to describe! In the show, three enigmatic bald and blue characters take the audience through a multi-sensory experience that combines theater, percussive music, art, science and vaudeville into a form of entertainment that is like nothing else either on or off Broadway. More info

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Gershwin Theater: 1st - 1st January

Long before Dorothy drops in, two other girls meet in the Land of Oz. One, born with emerald green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. Wicked follows these two unlikely friends and college roomates grow into very different women: The Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch. More info

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NYCB Theatre at Westbury: 17th - 20th December

Reality TV star Theresa Caputo, who claims she is a spiritual medium that can communicate with the deceased is heading around the states. She says "My wish for every person I come in contact with, is that they receive a message that will give them healing and closure to embrace life without their loved ones." More info

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Walter Kerr Theater: 1st - 31st December

When the low born Monty Navarro finds out he's 8th in line for an earldom in the lofty D'Ysquith family, he figures his chances of outliving his predecessors are slight and sets off down a far more ghoulish path. Can he knock off his unsuspecting relatives without being caught and become the second Earl of Highhurst? And what of love? Because murder isn't the only thing Monty's mind... More info

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Orpheum Theater: 1st - 1st January

Stomp is one of New York's most unique entertainment experiences. A rotating cast of eight energetic young performers create rhythms and, yes, music, with their hands and feet and all manner of noisy objects, such as hammers, garbage can lids, buckets, and so on. Their technical skill is truly awesome: this perfectly synchronized ballet of juggled sticks, drums, and what-have-you is indeed thrilling to witness. More info

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Ethel Barrymore Theater: 1st - 31st December

London's National Theatre is proud to present the Broadway debut of its sensational new play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Based on Mark Haddon's best-selling book of the same name, this mesmerising production uses extraordinary lighting, set design and props to tell this unusual and utterly unforgettable story. A powerful story told in a considerate and highly unique way, plays like Curious Incident don't come around very often. More info

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Majestic Theater: 1st - 1st January

Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash musicalization of the Gaston Leroux novel won the 1988 Tony Award for Best Musical and now celebrates over 25 years on Broadway. This musical masterpiece combines songwriting genius with an unforgettable romantic storyline - a Phantom haunting the Paris Opera House falls in love with one of its newest singers, and will stop at nothing to make her love him back. More info

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David H Koch Theater: 1st - 31st December

This is the production that is the heart of New York City's year-end holiday season. Whether it is a family tradition or a once-in-a-lifetime visit, your experience of this glittering classic ballet will stay with you forever and warm your spirit. This year, celebrate with the New York City Ballet as they celebrate their 60th anniversary of performing the city's favorite Nutcracker! More info

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Barclays Center: 31st December

Sir Elton Hercules John is an English pop and rock singer, composer and pianist. In a career spanning five decades, Elton John has sold over 300 million records and has over 50 Top 40 hits, making him one of the most successful musicians of all time. More info

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Madison Square Garden: 17th December

A disciple of Luciano Pavarotti and Zucchero Fornaciari, the blind, Tuscany-born vocalist has emerged as one of the most exciting voices in contemporary opera. More info

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Belasco Theater: 1st - 31st December

Now starring former Book of Mormon star Andrew Rannells in the title role, Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a musical comedy about a fictional rock 'n' roll band fronted by a transgender singer from East Berlin. Directed by Tony-winning Michael Mayer of Spring Awakening and American Idiot, Hedwig and the Angry Inch won four 2014 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical and Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical for its former star, Neil Patrick Harris. Dexter star Michael C Hall will take over the role on October 16 through January 4, 2015. More info

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Imperial Theater: 1st - 31st December

A fugitive on the run, a promise made to a dying mother and, above all, the hope that despite our circumstances, we still have the power to change the course of our destiny. Producer Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed 25th-anniversary, re-imagined production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg's Tony Award-winning musical Les Miserables is returning to the Imperial Theatre in 2014! More info

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Stephen Sondheim Theatre: 1st - 31st December

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical tells the story of the life of Carole King, a Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter. This Broadway run comes after a pre-Broadway engagement in San Francisco, which also marks the production's premier. The musical features original songs by Carole King and Gerry Goffin, and will star Jessie Mueller in the 2014 Tony Award winning title role. More info

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Minskoff Theater: 1st - 1st January

Disney presents a musical that brings the much-loved 1994 animated film to life to breath-taking effects, spirit and power, inviting you to explore the African Serengeti and join the wide eyed cub Simba on the adventure of a lifetime as he grows up and accepts his destiny as the King of the Pride Lands. In addition to the beloved songs penned by Sir Elton John and Tim Rice (such as the soaring 'Circle of Life') this phenomenal adaptation has new original songs and explodes with joyous, captivating music that soundtrack the rich mythology and moving drama expertly. More info

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Al Hirschfeld Theater: 1st - 1st January

Kinky Boots is one of Broadway's most successful new musicals, snapping up six 2013 Tony Awards including Best Musical! The uplifting show tells the tale of a failing family-run shoe factory in England whose business trajectory is changed (and saved!) thanks to the influence of a stiletto-wearing drag queen named Lola. More info

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Music Box Theater: 1st - 1st January

In 2013 Broadway's favorite high-flying, circus-inspired musical, Pippin, finally returned! This This acclaimed revival opened over 35 years after the original Broadway production closed, but managed to match its predecessor's success by scooping up an impressive TEN 2013 Tony Award nominations of which it won four, including Best Revival of a Musical and Best Direction of a Musical. Set to a toe-tapping pop-rock score, this is one musical that doesn't just ask its cast to act, sing and dance but sees them performing acrobatics and circus right on stage too! More info

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Stage 3 New World Stages: 1st - 31st December

Avenue Q is the story of Princeton, a bright-eyed college grad who comes to New York City with big dreams and a tiny bank account. He soon discovers that the only neighborhood in his price range is Avenue Q; still, the neighbors seem nice. More info

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August Wilson Theater: 1st - 1st January

Jersey Boys is the story of how a group of blue-collar boys from the wrong side of the tracks became one of the biggest American pop music sensations of all time - Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide - all before they were 30! More info

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Shubert Theatre: 1st - 1st January

Matilda, Roald Dahl's much-loved classic of an extraordinary child with hideous parents is given the musical treatment by the combined talents of Tim Minchin and the Royal Shakespeare Company. This critically-acclaimed musical won four awards at the 2013 Tony Awards, including Best Book of a Musical and Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical for Gabriel Ebert. More info

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Lunt Fontanne Theater: 1st - 31st December

Motown: The Musical brings the same toe-tapping beats and soul-shaking songs that rocked America in the 1960s to Broadway. The musical tells the real story of Motown Records' founder, Berry Gordy, and his incredible journey from featherweight boxer to the music mogul responsible for Diana Ross and Michael Jackson's careers! More info

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Beacon Theater: 5th December

The 10 man a capella group, who won a record deal after a label mogul heard them on Youtube, continue to dazzle with their renditions of pop classic and modern chart hits. More info

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Bergen Performing Arts Center: 3rd December

The Brian Setzer Orchestra, fronted by three-time Grammy Award-winner Brian Setzer, has become a Christmas staple as they tour the USA each holiday season taking their Christmas Rocks concerts across the country! Enjoy some of Setzer's guitar classics like Rock This Town and Stray Cat Strut as well as plenty of sing-a-long Christmas classics. More info

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Isaac Stern Auditorium: 12th December

After the great success embodying the role of Billie Holiday in Lanie Robertson's play, Audra McDonald won her 6th Tony, making her not only the first performer to win in each acting category, but the only performer to win six awards! And well deserved, because as a star of stage and screen, she is one of our most beloved singers. Don't miss your chance to see her live in concert. More info

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New York City Center: 3rd - 31st December

The 56-year old AA American Dance Theater has performed for an estimated 23 million people in 48 states, as well as 71 countries on six continents. Often engaged as an ambassador for modern American dance, the troupe saw its first such engagement in 1962 as part of John F Kennedy's south east Asian and Australian tour. Whilst its repertoire is known primarily for its jazz influences, chief creative director Robert Battle has added to the dances by welcoming collaborations with other eminent choreographers, which reflects the company's ever-expanding body of work. More info

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Metropolitan Opera House: 1st - 31st December

Puccini's moving story of young love has become the most performed opera in Met history. Maija Kovalevska, Anita Hartig, and Barbara Frittoli star as the frail Mim in Franco Zeffirelli's classic production, with Joseph Calleja and Vittorio Grigolo sharing the role of her passionate lover, Rodolfo. More info

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Radio City Music Hall: 1st - 31st December

A true New York City institution, the annual Radio City Christmas Spectacular is the sparkling, breath-taking way to get you in the Christmas spirit, with unforgettable with the Radio City's unmatchable and unstoppable Rockettes performing their precision dancing and world famous routines! More info

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Jerry Orbach Theater: 1st - 1st January

A classic coming-of-age story, The Fantasticks features two meddling, matchmaking fathers who scheme to get their children together. But once the couple is united, the real drama begins! More info

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Broadway Theater: 1st - 31st December

This nine-time Tony-nominated new spin on the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic television production adds songs from their catalogue and turns the fairy tale concept on its head: it's Cinderella's turn to save the prince! Songs include "In My Own Little Corner"and "Impossible/It's Possible". More info

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Damrosch Park: 1st - 31st December

For it's 35th Season, the Big Apple Circus dares you to Dream Big! It's an all-new show, where the world's greatest circus artists are presented under an intimate big top, and no seat is more than 50 feet from the ring! More info

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Broadhurst Theater: 1st - 1st January

Mamma Mia collects a group of hit songs by the Swedish supergroup ABBA and shapes them around the story of a single mother coping with her young daughter's marriage on a picturesque Greek isle. While the daughter plans her future with the love of her life, her mother is haunted by three different men who may or may not be her daughter's father. More info

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Helen Hayes Theater: 1st - 1st January

Hair band devotees rejoice: The anthems of the '80s are back. The new musical features the hits of Journey, Bon Jovi, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar and many more. More info

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Metropolitan Opera House: 11th - 31st December

Sopranos Marina Poplavskaya and Marina Rebeka both tackle Verdi's eternal heroine as they share this iconic role at the Met in Willy Decker's inspiring, "grippingly spare, almost surreal" production. More info

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Studio 54: 1st - 1st January

The Roundabout Theatre Company's latest revival of Cabaret is a star-studded, two-time Tony nominated affair, with Michelle Williams and Alan Cumming confirmed to fill the lead roles. The musical, which first appeared on Broadway in 1966, is set in 1930s Berlin, in the infamous Kit Kat Klub where cabaret performer Sally Bowles sings against the voice of Nazi rise to power. More info

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Madison Square Garden: 11th December

This Anglo-Indian Canadian stand-up comic is one of most successful touring, and has been nominated for numerous awards. Despite having eluding the stratospheric level of fame as his peers, Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld, his last world tour netted him $19m, putting him third on the list of the highest earners on the comedy circuit. More info

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Bernard B Jacobs Theater: 1st - 1st January

The creators of the acclaimed Black Watch, director John Tiffany and choreographer Steven Hoggett, join forces with playwright/screenwriter Enda Walsh to bring the hit independent film Once, winner of a 2007 Academy Award for the hit song "Falling Slowly", to the stage. More info

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Isaac Stern Auditorium: 14th December

Dating back to boys' choirs formed in 1948, the Vienna Boys Choir is one of the best known boys' choirs in the world and one of Austria's most famous cultural exports. More info

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Ambassador Theater: 1st - 1st January

No musical conjures up quite the same combination of intrigue, drama and sex appeal as Chicago does, a formula that's taken the hit production around the world from Toronto to Tokyo, since its premiere on Broadway in 1975. Set in the roarings 1920s, this tale of two beautiful criminals - Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly - comes alive through daring dance, sensational costumes and a pinch of Razzle Dazzle. More info

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Avery Fisher Hall: 16th - 20th December

Conducted by Gary Thor Wedow, the acclaimed New York Philharmonic Orchestra performs George Frideric Handel's signature oratorio. More info

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Kirk Theatre: 1st - 1st January

No one in the news is safe! Not to be confused with the Disney musical NEWSIES, this Drama Desk-nominated revue NEWSical is back lampooning current events, newsmakers, celebreties, and politicians - in short, everyone is fair game. With songs and material continually updated to take advantage of the top news stories, composer-lyricist Drama Desk Nominee Rick Crom's topical musical comedy is an ever-evolving mockery of all the news that is fit to spoof - and then some. More info

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Kirk Theatre: 1st - 1st January

The title says it all in New York's most outrageous musical comedy! This hilarious revue features 15 original songs, 8 gorgeous guys and no clothes - a truly winning combination! Hailed by critics and audiences in 27 cities worldwide, don't miss this sure-fire crowd pleaser. Great for groups! More info

Gerald Schoenfeld Theater: 1st - 31st December

If you loved The Producers, you'll be thrilled to hear that Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick will perform together on Broadway again! The duo are set to star in Terrence McNally's play "It's Only a Play," a hilarious send-up of the theatre business set on the eve of 'The Golden Egg's' opening night where the nervous playwright (Broderick), his best friend (Lane), and a host of other showbiz characters await the first reviews. More info

Beacon Theater: 1st - 2nd December

What is left to say about Robert Zimmerman? Bob Dylan is one of the most celebrated and influential artists of the last 60 years, starting out as part of the burgeoning folk revival in the early 60's, he won popularity and acclaim with his 'finger pointing' songs that drew on social and political sources and became synonymous with the Civil Rights struggle. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury: 14th December

Nickelodeon's latest popular preschool music group and stars of the hit TV series of the same name are hitting the road for the first time. More info

Beacon Theater: 7th December

It has been 38 years since Cat Stevens, now known as Yusuf Islam, has graced these shores with a tour. Not that we're counting or anything! Over 6 dates, he will bring his incredible talent and magical output to audiences, following the release of his first album since 2009, Tell 'Em I'm Gone. More info

Madison Square Garden: 1st - 18th December

The New York native will be belting out his old favorites with the help of his revolving piano, in an on-going series of monthly concerts at this world-famous venue. He has sold more than 100 million records over a career spanning more than 40 years, and reigns as one of most popular recording artists and respected entertainers in the world. More info

John Golden Theater: 1st - 31st December

Three-time Tony winner Glenn Close stars opposite John Lithgow in Edward Albee's family about an upper middle-class couple who struggle to maintain their equilibrium when they open up their home to friends and family in need, including their daughter whose fourth marriage has just ended as well as an alcoholic relative. More info

American Airlines Theater: 1st - 31st December

Ewan McGregor and Maggie Gyllenhaal make their Broadway debuts in this stirring Broadway revival of Tom Stoppard's play about a playwright whose marriage is on the verge of collapse. Produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company, it will also star Tony-winner Cynthia Nixon and is directed by Sam Gold (Picnic, Seminar). More info

Lyric Theatre - Broadway: 1st - 31st December

Three sailors celebrate the sights and sounds of the Big Apple in the classic musical comedy, On the Town, which celebrates its 70th Anniversary as it reopens Broadway's Lyric Theatre! On The Town is a fun-filled sweep through some of New York's most famous icons, and an unforgettable tribute to the city that never sleeps. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium: 1st - 31st December

For more than 160 years, the venerable Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra has been closely associated with the history and tradition of European classical music. More info

Circle in the Square: 1st - 31st December

In one of the most highly anticipated castings this Broadway season, stage and screen star, and our 2014 Tony Awards host Hugh Jackman returns to The Great White Way! He plays the lead in this new production of Jez Butterworth's acclaimed (albeit disturbing) play, The River. Our nameless and rugged central character has whisked his new lover away to a remote woodland cabin, however as the play evolves we become less sure about his intentions... or of the nature of his relationship with those he entertains at his cabin. More info

Longacre Theater: 1st - 31st December

Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe winner James Earl Jones will return to the stage - the showbiz sphere he started out in over fifty years ago - in this comedic play by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. "You Can't Take It With You" follows two families whose lives are thrown together when their children become engaged. More info

Samuel J. Friedman Theatre: 16th - 31st December

Jake Gyllenhaal makes his Broadway debut in Nick Payne's intellectual drama, Constellations. The play - which premiered on the West End in 2012 - is an emotional and thoughtful look at one romance as it might exist across multiple parallel universes, and the impact that chance, as well as seemingly trivial things like body language and tone of voice, can have on shaping our entire future. More info

Daryl Roth Theater: 1st - 31st December

Remain upstanding, folks, for this water and light spectacular that has taken London and Buenos Aires by storm. You may get wet, you may get dirty bring your pals and your dancing shoes, to prepare for visual and sensory overload. More info

Theater at Madison Square Garden: 5th - 28th December

It's Christmas time in Whoville and everyone is filled with festive spirit. Well, everyone apart the green and extremely grumpy Grinch that is! This stage adaptation of Dr Seuss' holiday classic is jam packed with great tunes and returns to New York for a strictly limited run this December. More info

Metropolitan Opera House: 1st - 31st December

The Met's unforgettable production of Verdi's ancient Egyptian drama stars Liudmyla Monastyrska once again, alongside Latonia Moore, and Oksana Dykand. They share the title role of the enslaved Ethiopian princess caught in a love triangle with the heroic Radames, played by Marcello Giordani and Marco Berti, and the proud Egyptian princess Amneris, sung by Olga Borodina and Violeta Urmana. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury: 12th December

Since coming to America's attention with his stints on The Daily Show, this fast talking brit has managed to create a home for himself and his hilarious political satire on this side of the pond. Now the esteemed host of HBO's Last Week Tonight, Oliver is sharp, uncompromising and always totally catchable as he digests difficult topics (from the death penalty to the Fifa World Cup) with doses of his unique comedy styling. More info

Terminal 5: 4th - 5th December

For the first time, the British indie-rock four piece are embarking on US tour dates, after a wildly successful show at 2014's Cochella. As the sound of a generation, the 1975 encapsulate all the joy, heartbreak and hate of growing up, through their electro pop sound. Catch one of their upcoming intimate gigs whilst you can! More info

Laura Pels Theater: 18th - 31st December

The Roundabout Theatre Company presents a very special production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's cautionary masterpiece. Stripping the show back to just 10 actors, and one piano, the flights of fancy of the the fairytale world will be rawer and more imaginatively played than ever before. More info

Booth Theater: 1st - 31st December

Set in Victorian England, Bradley Cooper stars in this touching and extraordinary drama about the life of John Merrick - a severely disfigured man who is taken in by the circus to form part of their travelling 'freak show.' This new revival of Bernard Pomerance's play, which premiered in 2012, follows Merrick's trials and successes as he fights to live a life with dignity and be seen as a human being, more than just a cruel form of entertainment. More info

Izod Center: 6th December

Juggernauts of heavy metal, icons of nu-metal, Slipknot are back! For the first time in 6 years, they're releasing new music and heading out on tour to bring the chaos back to the nation! Known for bringing a new wave of metal to the world, this early 00's band have lasted the distance, in spite of line up changes and the death of creative powerhouse Paul Gray in 2010. Now they're back with a new album The Gray Chapter and ready to unleash their unique brand of hedonism on the world again. More info

Bergen Performing Arts Center: 6th - 7th December

There's no better way to get into the holiday spirit than gathering the family for an epic journey following Clara and her enchanted Nutcracker prince! Venture into battle with the Mouse King and onto the Kingdom of Sweets, where the Sugar Plum Fairy awaits with a special surprise! NJ Ballet has been entertaining families for over 40 years and continuously adds to their repetoire with new and exciting performances! More info

Union Square Theater: 1st - 31st December

The late, great John Lennon comes back to life in this poignant two-man show by esteemed actor and singer John Waters and accompanist Stewart D'Arrietta, which originally saw sell-out tours in their native Australia, and is now considered part of the country's theatrical repetoire. Neither a biography or an emulation of the man himself, Waters' production aims to capture Lennon's essence through music and the spoken word in a truly intimate portrait. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury: 6th December

Stand-up comedian-turned-actor Mike Epps got his first big break performing on HBO's "Def Comedy Jam", and soon parlayed his popularity into big screen success with co-starring roles in Ice Cube features like "Next Friday" and "All About the Benjamins." More info

St James Theater: 1st - 31st December

Returning to Broadway is this revitalized, reinvented and revived version of the 1997 cult classic that delves into the incredible true story of conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton and their graduation from the fellow attractions of the carnival, to a vaudeville success in their own right! More info

Beacon Theater: 6th December

Cyndi Lauper & friends gather for the 4th Annual home for the holidays spectacular in aid of the True Colors Fund and the Forty to None project, raising awareness for the plight of LGBT homeless teens. In recent years guests have included P!nk, Josh Groban, Adam Lambert and many more. A rare holiday treat for an awesome cause! More info

Westside Theater Upstairs: 1st - 31st December

Star of stage and screen Joely Richardson takes on the role of Emily Dickinson in this revival of William Luce's work. This one woman play paints an intimate portrait of America's finest poet, who lived most of her life in extreme seclusion in her hometown of Amherst. More info

Lyceum Theater: 1st - 31st December

Josh Radnor and Hari Dhillon star in this award-winning play by Ayad Akhtar about an affluent Muslim-American couple living in New York City, whose views on race, relationships and identity are left shattered after a dinner party with a co-worker and her husband. The play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2013. More info

Nederlander Theater: 1st - 31st December

Love and luck collide in Las Vegas in this colorful comedy which transfers to Broadway from New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse. Tony Danza - one of televisions most iconic personalities - leads the cast of Honeymoon in Vegas, playing gambler Tommy who tries his luck sweeping Betsy off her feet - and out of the arms of her marriage-phobic fiance, Jack. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium: 15th - 16th December

Eric Idle and John Du Prez are to recreate the magic of Life of Brian with a very special concert performance of their new show He's Not the Messiah (He's a Very Naughty Boy) with the Colliegiate Chorale at Carnegie Hall. Starring Idle himself, alongside Victoria Clark, Lauren Worsham and Marc Kudisch, this new comic oratio is sure to be the highlight of the holidays! More info

Richard Rodgers Theater: 1st - 31st December

If/Then is a romantic, intellectual and innovative new musical about how choice and chance collide - and how we learn to love the fallout. Broadway legend Idina Menzel stars in the lead role, one she's was nominated for a 2014 Tony Award for! More info

Mitzi E Newhouse Theater: 1st - 28th December

When their young son is chosen as the reincarnation of a High Buddhist leader, a couple must decide whether he should go to India to begin his spiritual training. The Oldest Boy is the latest work from the brilliant Pulitzer Prize-nominated Sarah Ruhl, and stars multi-Tony Award nominee Celia Keenan-Bolger. More info

Neil Simon Theater: 1st - 31st December

Following three years of careful research and writing, the brand new musical by Sting is set to premier in the Fall of 2014! Inspired by his memories of growing up in coastal England, The Last Ship tells the story of a struggling Britain shipyard and the workers who help construct these titanic triumphs of man's mechanical and creative genius. More info

Brooks Atkinson Theater: 1st - 31st December

Mia Farrow, Brian Dennehy, Carol Burnett and Anjelica Huston star in this witty, revealing and unforgettable exploration of love. The romantic drama will feature a rotating cast where the pair of almost-lovers is played by a different A-list celebrity duo every few weeks. Love Letters is a moving portrait of two friends who shares their lives through letters and notes written to each other, never acknowledging the burgeoning possibility that there may be more to their relationship... More info

Actors Temple Theater: 1st - 31st December

When he was a young boy in the 1930's, Shlomo Carlebach saw the Nazi regime murder a Jewish man for simply singing in the streets of Austria. Pledging for ever more to stand up for freedom of musical expression, this event came to shape the life of Carlebach leading him away from the war to the folk movement that blossomed forth from Greenwich Village and Haight-Ashbury. As a singer-songwriter, the inspiring life of the 'Singing Rabbi' became to symbolise hope and kindness as he found a way to heal through music. More info

David H Koch Theater: 1st - 31st December

New York City Ballet presents its Classic NYCB programme - a night of performances encompassing a range of styles and artistic directions, with choreography by two of the greats, Balanchine and Robbins, as well as more contemporary works. More info

Bergen Performing Arts Center: 12th December

Legendary hit-maker and songwriter, Neil Sedaka joins the Pops to take us on a wistful trip down memory lane. A consummate musician, Neil has written, performed, produced and inspired many of the songs that defined a generation. Find yourself singing along to Neil's Top 40 hits, including "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do," "Calendar Girl," "Laughter in the Rain," and "Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen." More info

Prudential Center: 21st December

While it may not be the most chistmassy of holiday shows, it's certainly the most spectacular. Trans Siberian Orchestras tidal wave of progressive metal, lasers and fireworks have seen them become one of the most successful touring acts in the world. This year they'll be performing 1998's rock opera The Christmas Attic live for the first time. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury: 7th December

The Irish all-male wonder from producer Sharon Browne, and legendary songwriter/composer Phil Coulter, performs an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, with some international hits and original material in between. Boasting boy-band good looks and impeccable harmonies, the group delivers traditional Celtic songs and contemporary pop classics as only they know how. They embark on a Christmas-themed symphony US Tour in Autumn! More info

Barclays Center: 14th December

It never stops for Justin Timberlake - when he's not starring in Oscar winning movies or releasing blockbuster albums, he's traversing the globe on tour. The 'Mirrors' singer returns to the US and Canada this July, showcasing his effortless pop cool. More info

St Lukes Theater: 1st - 28th December

My Big Gay Italian Funeral is the sequel to Anthony J. Wilkinson's popular comedy My Big Gay Italian Wedding. An unfortunate occasion to meet again brings the crazy characters from the original play together again, with hilarious and often cringe-worthy results! More info

Terminal 5: 30th - 31st December

The awesome Erasure, the go to synthpop duo of the last 30 years, release their 16th studio album this fall, The Violet Flame, and are taking to the road to tour the US with their signature brand of uplifting and euphoric melodic pop and of course, masses of glitter! More info

Marquis Theater: 1st - 31st December

Witness magic on a scale unlike anything you've ever seen before. Led by The Anti-Conjurer, The Illusionists are a troupe of magicians who bring the art of illusion right up to date with their high-tech wizardry and death defying stunts. More info

Hammerstein Ballroom: 2nd December

Indie folk darlings The Head and The Heart released their sophomore record last year. Entitled Let's Be Still, it was released on the prestigious Sub Pop label and climbed to the giddy heights of Number 10 in the Billboard charts. They're touring October through December. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium: 4th December

Legendary American composer and conductor Tim Janis is joined by a diverse selection of special guests for an evening of beautiful Holiday music. More info

Metropolitan Opera House: 1st - 31st December

The Met's hit production of Bizet's Carmen returns with two of its leading ladies, Anita Rachvelishvili and Elina Garanca! Anita Rachvelishvili made a sensational Met debut in the title role in 2010. More info

Metropolitan Opera House: 18th - 31st December

A holiday treat in more ways than one. Join the Metropolitan Opera's Hansel and Gretel as they journey their way through a labyrinthine forest, full of giant chefs and trees wearing suits, to find the wicked witch. Wittily staged by Richard Jones, this production is an abundant feast for the eyes and ears. More info

Metropolitan Opera House: 1st - 6th December

Disguises and false identities abound as men - both young and old - vie for the hand of the beautiful Rosina in one of the funniest and most frenetic operas ever composed! Rossini's most popular opera returns to the Metropolitan Opera with Isabel Leonard as the Rosina and Lawrence Brownlee as Almaviva, the romantic youth trying to woo her, and Christopher Maltman as the inimitable Figaro. More info

Snapple Theater Center: 1st - 27th December

Hereafter The Musical has been a labour of love for CBS exec Vinnie Favale (who you may know from his frequent Howard Stern Show appearances). The story centers on a group of three women who are hoping psychic Jason Richards can get in contact with their deceased loved ones. More info

Stage 2 New World Stages: 1st - 1st January

Guinness record-holding bubble artist Fan Yang brings his dazzling family entertainment to Off-Broadway. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium: 18th - 23rd December

Handel's Messiah is one of the composer's most well-known pieces and an iconic Christmas presentation. Watching this epic composition performed live is something that is not easily forgotten, and a memorable Holiday experience for the family. This festive season, Carnegie Hall presents three incredible performances of Handel's Messiah, each by a visiting choir. More info

Acorn Theatre: 1st - 31st December

Sometimes referred to as the "Jewish James Bond", holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal devoted his life to tracking down Nazi war criminals, right up until his death in 2005. His fascinating life story forms the basis of Wiesenthal, a one man show written and performed by Tom Dugan, which is coming to New York after playing to great acclaim across the country. More info

David H Koch Theater: 1st - 31st December

NYCB have always been at the cutting edge of the balletic artform, constantly performing and commissioning new works from the most accomplished of contemporary choreographers. This season, which runs in October 2014 and May 2015, celebrates this tradition of innovation, and includes world premieres of pieces from Alexei Ratmansky and Troy Schumacher. More info

Stage 5 New World Stages: 1st - 31st December

In 2004, journalist David Holthouse's article Stalking the Bogeyman was published in the Denver Westword paper. In it, Holthouse detailed his meticulous plotting to kill the child molester who had abused him when he was seven. Making its off-Broadway premiere with The New York Rep, Markus Potter's adaptation shapes Holthouse's story into a compelling and twisting thriller. More info

Beacon Theater: 13th December

Hot Tuna (also the name of an Ozzie surf brand randomly) is made up of co-founders and continuing core members Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, a duo with a unique combination of blues, jazz, bluegrass & folk influences. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium: 1st - 31st December

The New York Pops 2014/2015 Season boasts their greatest line-up ever. It's a series of concerts which includes everything from The Fab Four to some festive sing a-longs, to the tunes of Old Blue Eyes. New York's favourite orchestra will be joined throughout the season by a starry roster of guest performers, including Glee's Matthew Morrison and Broadway phenomenon Sutton Foster. More info

Metropolitan Opera House: 31st December

Renee Fleming marks her return to the Met with the title role in Francis Lehar's classic operetta. Directed by Tony Award winning Susan Stroman (The Producers), this production promises a lavish take on Lehar's comic story of love blossoming amidst bureaucratic wrangling. More info

Snapple Theater Center: 1st - 1st January

Perfect Crime goes well beyond traditional mystery play. It is a sexy, compelling thriller, with well-timed surprises and laughs that relieve a growing dramatic tension. The main character is a Harvard-educated psychiatrist accused of bumping off her wealthy British husband. More info

Madison Square Garden: 5th December

In a career that started off with a bang in 1960's NYC, by way of Swingin' London and a cool collaboration with the Beatles, it was 1970 that brought Sweet Baby James (and his eponymous record) to public notice, displaying an epic and haunting maturity that seemed far beyond his 22 years and leading to his becoming part of a peerless group that defined that era, including Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and many more. More info

Kraine Theater: 1st - 1st January

This is an Off-Off-Broadway production of the Neo-Futurists' signature show. In Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, a company of actors perform (or attempt to perform) 30 plays in 60 minutes. More info

Bergen Performing Arts Center: 13th December

Rimes emerged with her first single, "Blue, when she was just 13 years old in 1996. She is most recognized for her crossover hit "How Do I Live" which, according to the Billboard charts, is one of the most successful songs in American music history, spending 69 weeks on the charts, More info

Terminal 5: 18th December

December sees an awesome invasion of Swedish metal as two of the country's leading acts - none other than Opeth and In Flames - head to the US for their Communion of Sirens tour, joined by Portland band Red Fang. The tour is named after and supports two brand new studio albums; Pale Communion by Opeth and Siren Charms by In Flames. More info

Lynn Redgrave Theater: 1st - 1st January

Culture Project will present Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, featuring an adaptation by Thomas Kilroy and starring Trudie Styler. More info

Metropolitan Opera House: 1st - 20th December

The Metropolitan Opera are kicking off this season with Le Nozze di Figaro, brilliantly updated to the gilded 1920s of Seville. Set over the course of one mad cap day, we re-join the characters of Figaro, Rosina and Count Almivira from The Barber of Seville, and the servants that have to outwit their increasingly crazy behaviour. This is a new production and is directed by Richard Eyre. More info

Marriott Marquis: 1st - 1st January

Join THE RIDE for a super amped-up experience of the streets of New York City - all from the comfort of a technologically-advanced super-bus. See life in the Big Apple as you have never seen before! More info

13th Street Repertory Theater: 1st - 1st January

Called "hilarious" (Broadway World) and "engaging" (TheaterMania), The Accidental Pervert is a laugh-out-loud play that tells the awkwardly poignant story of a boy's journey into manhood after discovering his dad's video tapes hidden in a bedroom closet. Andrew subsequently develops an addiction that continues until the age of 26, when he meets his wife to be, and finds himself struggling to find the balance between fantasy and reality. More info

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