Discovery Times Square
Discovery Times Square opened its doors in the summer of 2009 as NYC's first large-scale exhibition center. Now the planet's most extraordinary exhibits will come to life in 60,000 square feet beneath the heart of Times Square. In the vast space where The New York Times was printed for almost a century, Discovery TS offers enlightenment and education through exposure to the world's greatest exhibits.
This is the museum experience rendered anew featuring exhibitions in two massive galleries, an exclusive retail shop and café space.
Be sure to check out our current exhibits: The Art of the Brick, Body Worlds: Pulse, and Shipwreck! Pirates & Treasure
Located at 226 W. 44th Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues) - DiscoveryTS.com
How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical
From Dr. Seuss' beloved holiday tale has enjoyed two record-breaking runs on Broadway, successful engagements in Baltimore, Boston, and LA.
The story has come to life under the supervision of 2-time Tony Award winning director Jack O'Brien and the A-list production team including director Matt August, choreography by Oscar winning John Deluca, book by Timothy Mason and music by Mel Marvin. Plus, featuring the hit songs from the original animated series "You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch" and "Welcome Christmas," this musical captured the hearts of audiences young and old.
Judy Garland in Concert
Running Subway presents Judy Garland In Concert! The legendary voice of Judy Garland and the world's greatest symphony orchestras join together to create this remarkable concert event. Through the magic of breakthrough technology, the incomparable performer returns to the stage!
Experience Judy's dynamic life in song as she performs on multiple screens, accompanied by a 40 piece orchestra playing classic arrangements from her celebrated repertoire. Hear her sing more than two dozen of her greatest hits, including The Trolley Song, The Man That Got Away, and Over the Rainbow and view rare home movies, photographs, and interviews from her fascinating life.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex NYC allowed audiences to relive rock's greatest moments. Feeling the rush of a live concert as you experienced Rock’s most electrifying performances. Getting lost in the music as you journeyed through galleries filled with the personal mementos of Rock legends like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen. From guitar heroes like Jimi Hendrix to song poets like Bob Dylan – Connecting with the legendary artists that changed our world.
The Annex NYC closed after more than a year of engaging audiences at it's SoHo location - 76 Mercer Street.
Please check www.RockHall.com for any new updates.
Bodies...The Exhibition in New York City showcases real human bodies - giving visitors the opportunity to see themselves like never before. The exhibit unveils the many complex systems of organs and tissues that drive every aspect of our daily lives and unite us all as humans. The various specimens showcase healthy body parts and highlight the effects of disease, revealing how dramatically our daily choices influence our health. Bodies...The Exhibition in NYC is a must-see that will enlighten, empower, fascinate, and inspire. The exhibition has been enjoyed by over 2M people to date.
Bodies...The Exhibition in New York was locally produced and promoted by Running Subway, LLC and owned by Premier Exhibitions, Inc.
Tony Award © nominee Cathy Rigby took flight one final time during the holiday season of 2005 in her signature role as "Peter Pan" at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. Marking the 100th anniversary of the immortal James M. Barrie tale, the newly enhanced farewell production dazzled audiences with the most exciting Neverland experience yet - complete with elaborate sets and bigger and better flying! Bringing new life to a well-loved classic, the production was a record-breaking holiday success.
This electrifying show marked the legendary performer Frank Sinatra's latest, greatest and most ambitious comeback grossing over $24M at London's famed Palladium Theatre.
At the heart of SINATRA was the man himself, captured at the peak of his career, singing his greatest hit songs directly to the audience in ultra rare and some never before seen footage. Groundbreaking use of cutting-edge technology brought him center stage, larger than life, on multiple moving screens, performing side-by-side with a brilliant company of singers, dancers and a twenty-four piece live orchestra.
The audience was taken on an emotional rollercoaster ride through the performer's extraordinary life, stunning music and turbulent times of the man who was the world's greatest popular entertainer - ever.