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6 Show-Stopping Moments in ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ on Broadway

“SpongeBob SquarePants” is closing on Broadway on Sept. 16. Here’s why you should see it before it’s gone!

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Here’s What’s Weird and Wonderful in NYC This Weekend (Aug. 10-12)

We’re bringing you the weirdest, coolest, and most wonderful comedy shows in NYC this weekend. So buckle up and get ready to laugh until beer or whatever comes out of your nose.

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7 Myths About Comedy Shows (And Why They’re Not True)

It’s Comedy Month, y’all! Comedians Max Reinhardsen and Natalie Rich, of “Max and Natalie LIVE!” debunk a bunch of excuses for not seeing comedy.

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How to Plan a Night Out in New York City

Intimidated by the Big Apple’s seemingly endless nightlife options? We break down the best way to make the most of an evening out.

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Bonnie Milligan on Her Character’s Confidence – And How She’s Embraced Her Own 

Milligan is the picture of confidence and beauty as Princess Pamela in “Head Over Heels,” and she’s harnessing her own power onstage and off.

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Here’s What’s Weird and Wonderful in NYC This Weekend (July 27-29)

Take a day trip to the scenic and notoriously experimental Bard SummerScape festival, get jazzy at Birdland, or experience the puppetry performance of a lifetime with this weekend’s weird and wonderful events.

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Here’s What’s Weird and Wonderful in NYC This Weekend (July 20-22)

From chilling with Hillary Clinton at OZY Fest to raving with classical artists at House of Yes, check out our eclectic mix of weird and wonderful events happening this weekend in NYC.

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How to Navigate Times Square Like a New Yorker

Don’t get caught in the crowds. Follow these insider tips, and you’ll be speed-walking through Midtown and arrive at your show with time to spare.

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Where to Go and What to Do in New York City After a Show

Looking for more excitement on the town after the curtain falls? Here are some great late-night venues and activities to check out after your show.

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A Guide to West End Theatergoing for American Audiences

From paying for programs to smaller theaters, there are several differences between attending a show on Broadway and seeing one in the West End.

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