Although Broadway runs the entire length of Manhattan, it is the small stretch around Times Square that is synonymous with all things theater. Whether it be a hit musical, a long-running play, or an offbeat comedy, Broadway has something for everyone. Shows run every evening of the week, with matinees Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The list of current shows can be found in the arts section of many local publications, including The New York Times and Time Out New York. Bargain hunters should hit up the TKTS Discount Booths in Times Square at 47th Street and Broadway, at South Street Seaport, and in downtown Brooklyn. Tickets to Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals and plays sell for up to 50 percent off. As a last resort, many last-minute tickets can be found through scalpers, who typically sell outside the theater —although these tickets generally cost more than face value.

 
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