Things To Do in NYC: Broadway Shows, Blue Man Group, and Roosevelt Island Tram

By: Hannah Poupko  |  October 21, 2021

By Hannah Poupko

Located in the heart of New York City, Yeshiva University’s campuses are perfect for exploring the rich culture of New York. This autumn, the City is packed with various events, shows, and activities. With the reopening of museums, theaters, shops, and restaurants, New York is truly the city that never sleeps. Below are a few things to add to your October bucket list. 

What: Broadway Shows

This season, Broadway has launched  a successful reopening. Broadway theaters can now open at full capacity and old time favorites will return to the stage. Classics such as Come From Away, Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton and so much more are making a reappearance. Grab a friend and book tickets before they sell out!

Where: Broadway Show District 

Price: Prices vary, tickets usually start around $75

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What: Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group is an American performance group which fuses art, music, and choreography in thrilling shows. Spectators are often left surprised and amused with the sophisticated performance. The performers are mute during the show but they play an array of instruments with paint on them to produce a beautiful color show. Head to the Blue Man Group for a truly one of a kind experience that you won’t regret. 

Where: Briar Street Theater 

Price: $49- $69

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What: Roosevelt Island Tram

The Roosevelt Island Tram is an amazing way to experience the spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and East River. The tram, which opened in 1976, holds around 115 people and peaks at 250 feet. Buckle up and enjoy the ride.

Where: 254 E 60th St, New York, NY 10022

Price: $2.25 one way, $4 round trip 

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