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Broadway

The major theater district in New York City. The phrase "on Broadway" is typically used of productions there. My dream is to end up on Broadway, starring in a famous play! We're headed over to Broadway now, so we'll meet you there!

on Broadway

Fig. located in the Broadway theater district in New York City; performed in the Broadway theater district. (Regarded as having the best of American stage productions.) Our musical is the best thing on Broadway! I want to be a star on Broadway someday.
See also: Broadway, on
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And such a jump probably only makes sense if producers can get away with little to no redesign of the physical production, so that elements from the Broadway version can simply be moved over without incurring major costs.
Because of all the activity on Broadway, Bellantoni said there is actually only one store available for rent, the former shoe store Juno at 543 Broadway.
Thomson-Technicolor recognized Broadway Dance Center's unique needs, and worked closely with the building owner and BDC to secure terms that worked well for all parties," noted Katcher.
The stage version of the Disney movie is a London hit, arriving on Broadway with Gavin Lee repeating his star-making turn as Bert the sooty chimneysweep.
Caf Broadway is a small deli, but it's one of many Latino-run business that won't be open for business today.
And, in a way, they were: Capeman's extravagant display of Puerto Rico's vast musical wealth--bombas, plenas, aguinaldos, jazz, mambos, salsa--was lavished on an audience that contained more Latin faces than I've ever seen in any Broadway house.
Broadway Federal Bank is a sixty-year old community-oriented savings bank, which primarily originates residential and commercial mortgage loans in the greater Los Angeles area.
The remaining 40,000 square feet at 1880 Broadway is distributed between the ground and second level.
As inspiration, Rivera's life certainly has what it takes: the spunky kid who loses her father at 7, gets into SAB at 14, gets her first Broadway job at 20, sticks with musical theater through thick and thin, and then recovers from a leg-mangling accident by sheer force of will and hard work.
For many, Fiesta Broadway is synonymous with catching some of the best recording artists on the Latino music scene.
With a bona fide Broadway hit (The Tale of the Allergist's Wife) under his garter belt, the writer-performer returns to his drag theater roots (remember Psycho Beach Party?
Meanwhile, Broadway plays "The Dinner Party," "Dirty Blonde" and "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe" have a top ticket of $65, with only "Proof" ($69) and "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" ($70) getting marginally more.
Broadway is a sixty year old community-oriented savings bank that primarily originates real estate loans, now being complimented with select sports and commercial and industrial loans.
The firm has been retained as the exclusive retail leasing agent 2626 Broadway, 1657 Broadway and 1775 Broadway.
A census would almost certainly reveal that most of the careers depicted in Broadway musicals are related to show business, from the singers and dancers of Show Boat to the gypsies of Chorus Line and 42nd Street.