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Broadway Holiday Performance Schedules

November 15, 2011 - by CG News Desk

The holidays are one of the best times to catch a Broadway musical or play. Below are some of the schedule changes and special performances planned for the 2011 Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's season.

Shows with performances on Christmas Day include: Billy Elliot; Bonnie & Clyde; Chicago; Follies; Godspell; Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway; Jersey Boys; Mamma Mia!; Memphis; The Phantom of the Opera; Priscilla Queen of the Desert; Rock of Ages; and Sister Act.

Shows with performances on New Year's Day include: Anything GoesChicago; Chinglish; Follies; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Daniel Radcliffe and John Laroquette's final performances); Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway; Jersey BoysMemphis; The Mountaintop; On a Clear Day You Can See Forever; Other Desert Cities; The Phantom of the Opera; Relatively Speaking; Rock of Ages; Sister Act; Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark; and War Horse.

For full schedules, click the links below at www.ilovenytheater.com.

Christmas Week 2011 Special Holiday Performance Schedule

New Year's Week 2011 Special Holiday Performance Schedule

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