By Arthur Meek
There’s no business like show business, and Broadway is where it’s at.
There’s a plethora of theatre in New York, and everything still measures itself against the gold standard: Broadway. Whether it’s a long-running smash hit musical, the latest Pulitzer prize-winning play, or everyone’s favourite screen star proving their acting chops, Broadway still epitomises what makes watching live theatre great: the best of the best pulling out all the stops to give you an up close, personal encounter that you’ll never forget. It’s also incredibly accessible. Sure, you can spend upwards of $150 on a seat, but most shows set aside a small number of $30 tickets that can be bought on the day of the show, either on a first-come-first-served basis, or through a ticket lottery that you can enter an hour or so before show time.