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New York City

Strengthened Accessibility in the Theater
June 26, 2018

Research has shown a trip to the theater or a Broadway show can benefit a wide range of people in lasting and unique ways that make a huge impact. But how can we ensure the performing arts are becoming more accessible to those student groups who previously may not have been able to enjoy them? […]

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The Tony’s Class of 2018
May 9, 2018

Awards season is in full swing on Broadway—and the first week of May brought the biggest nominations of them all: The Tony Awards®. From new hits to classic favorites, the Tony’s Class of 2018 has something for everyone. Broadway’s best creative minds garner 12 Tony nominations for bringing SpongeBob SquarePants to life with humor, heart […]

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Intrepid Museum Dives Deep into Cold War History
May 2, 2018

Between 1960 and 1964, the USS Growler (SSG-557) sat hidden in waters off the coast of Russia while the United States and the Soviet Union were locked in a high-stakes political and ideological war. This month, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is unveiling a new exhibit, centered on Growler and its pivotal role […]

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7 Must-See Sites in Manhattan
May 2, 2018

There are a million things to see and do in New York City. You and your students could run in circles trying to see it all. How do you know what’s important? SEVEN MUST-SEE SITES Brooklyn Bridge The Brooklyn Bridge has linked the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn since 1883. The bridge’s construction took 14 […]

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Where to Stay on Broadway: A Look at Times Square’s Most Iconic Accommodations
March 14, 2018

There are 41 official Broadway theaters in New York City. If you thought it was difficult to decide which shows to see during your tour, wait until you’re sifting through the hundreds of hotels New York City has to offer. But have no fear! We’re here to help. We’ve made a list of our top […]

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