This Halloween treat your trickster to something a little different than the usual holiday fare. Kids' Night on Broadway, the popular night on the Great White Way just for them, is back, and this year it’s on October 31st. Kids can see a free Broadway (or even Off Broadway) play, participate in special Halloween events, plus there are more fun surprises and special deals in store for ticket holders. Read on to find out what is playing and how to get your ticket (hurry - tickets are going fast!)
Kids' Night on Broadway 2010
Kids Go Free:
Instead of hanging with the ghouls and goblins, why not hit Broadway for Halloween? Kids aged 6 to 18 get a free ticket with a full priced adult ticket. Some shows are already sold out, but there are still tickets available for these family friendly productions:
John Tartaglia's ImaginOcean
Free Halloween Fun:
All ticket holders are invited to a pre-theater Halloween costume party at none other than Madame Tussauds Wax Museum which will include fun theater themed interactive events and more.
Plus how about trick or treating on the worlds most famous street? Ticket holding kids can go trick or treating on Broadway. Details haven’t been released yet but they will be announced here when they are.
Some Times Square restaurants are offering a free child’s entrée for ticket holding kids with the purchase of an adult entrée.
Park (If you must) for less:
Every red blooded New Yorker knows the best way to travel around the city is the subway, but if you are driving you can download a special parking voucher and get 10 hours of parking for as little as 10 bucks. Sweet.
Check out the Mommy Poppins Culture Guide for more of what is going on in NYC theaters.