In a world where broadway and theatre is the perfect escape from reality, it pays off to watch a show that genuinely entertains you and keeps you on your toes following the story with genuine music and plot line so delicately written. Paste Magazine wrote an article on the best broadway shows to hit the town, and there is no doubt that their recommendations are some of the best out there.
The Lincoln Center Theater has been playing Oslo. A play about the world between Israel and Palestine, and the overall beautiful story enraptures within three stunning hours the human connection teaching the utter importance of genuine conversation. It wasn’t an early on favorite on Broadway, but it fails to disappoint and brings audiences to a new level of excitement.
Beautifully taking home two Olivier Awards, their story is keen and known for their stunning opening number. Australian musical comedian, Tim Minchin is the man behind the music in this play. Taking its bare story from the 20-year old film, Danny Rubin’s original screenplay is brought to life in this impressive musical with sounds and sights you won’t soon forget.
The article so blatantly speaks about brand new broadway plays and doesn’t mention anything regarding the old plays that are still breathtakingly still playing across New York and throughout the West End. The stunning shows like Wicked, The Lion King, Rent, among many other still reign supreme in the world of theatre, but the brand new shows definitely have struck a cord in the world of the industry. It’s such a powerful thing to watch a musical because of the music and the way the show captures the essence of true love for the arts. Certain shows and their songs just know how to do this day in and day out, and if you’re looking for an escape, watch these brand new broadway shows. Supporting the ones you like will only help make sure that show runs even into the future.
Broadway stems farther than what you’re used to hearing about regarding other shows that have been in existence for many years. Time will tell before we find a new show that reaches the acclaimed broadways shows like Wicked.