Stories & Cast Interviews

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Most Loverly New Year’s Eve – Anywhere!!

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Ring In 2012 In Style at WBT!

 

 

Open Bar 6:00 PM-2:00 AM

Our Hit Broadway Musical: My Fair Lady 

Lavish Hot & Cold Hors D’oeuvres Buffet

Sumptuous Served Dinner including choice of:
Fillet of Beef Wellington, Chicken Marsala, Fillet of Sole Stuffed w. Crabmeat

  • Dancing Into The Night till 2AM with Tuxedo Parc Orchestra
  • Champagne & Party Favors at Midnight to Ring In the New Year.
  • Complete New Year’s Package:  ONLY $350 PER COUPLE Tax, Gratuity & Parking INCLUDED
          Reservations: (914) 592-2222
Monday, November 28, 2011

CYBER SAVINGS!

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CYBER MONDAY SPECIAL!!  For each Gift Certificate (for two) for a complete dinner & show you purchase at the Regular Price, get a second gift certificate at half price! 
It’s the gift that’s never returned.. Give loved ones something they haven’t been giving themselves…a complete night out!
This special sale allows you to buy several gift certificates, so don’t forget anyone on your list!  Online at www.broadwaytheatre.com 

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

A Thanksgiving Feast and A Broadway Treat!

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SAVOR OUR ROAST TURKEY & FIXINGS, AND DEVOUR OUR DELICIOUS PIES,
BUT BE SURE TO SAVE ROOM FOR THIS TASTY BROADWAY MUSICAL!

 

Gather with family and friends as we serve up a lavish Thanksgiving Buffet and then enjoy our critically acclaimed production, My Fair Lady, live on stage. Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady is a true theatrical masterpiece, great for all ages.
It all happens on November 24th,
Buffet at 1pm and the show begins at 3pm.
$75 per person. $67 for Seniors.
$52 for Kids 16 & Under  
Call the box office (914) 592-2222  
Monday, November 21, 2011

Home For The Holidays

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Director of Home For The Holidays, David Edwards: 
"The wonderful holiday shows at WBT have become somewhat of a tradition for me.  I am proud to have been part of the cast of CHRISTMAS VOYAGER (twice!) and to have played Scrooge in three different versions of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.  In addition, it has been a gift to me to be a part of so many other WBT productions over the years, both as a performer and director.    This year I hope to give a gift back to the audiences with HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, a brand new holiday musical written just for the WBT.  Tony Javed and I have come up with a show that chronicles the life of a contemporary American family during the holiday season , weaving in a varied musical score that includes traditional favorites along with some lovely new surprises and contemporary holiday songs, and just a smattering of classic Broadway show tunes, a “musical menu” that we think audiences will find funny, touching, and joyous.  We’re having a great time putting it together and we think there’s going to be something for everyone in this show. We very much want it to be refreshing and new while very much in keeping with the traditional high standard of the holiday fare at Westchester Broadway Theatre. "
The cast rehearses.