Museum of Broadway to Open in New York City in 2020

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Museum of Broadway will launch in Times Square, New York City in 2020. The pop-up museum’s  exhibits will create visual experiences that take fans on a journey from the birth of Broadway through present day  and everything in between. Visitors of all ages will be able to experience the museum.

The pop-up will focus on three main components: the expansion and evolution of the theatre district from lower Manhattan to Times Square; the making of a Broadway show, spotlighting the behind-the-scenes roles that bring Broadway plays and musicals to life every night; and the landmark musicals through the decades that continually challenged and re-defined the very idea of what a Broadway show could be.

State Senator Brad Hoylman, who represents New York's 27th District, reports that the new Museum of Broadway will give tourists and residents alike the opportunity to experience what Broadway has to offer and pay homage to a New York institution.

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The Museum of Broadway will be presented by Julie Boardman, of Untitled Theatricals and Boardman Productions, and President of Rubik Marketing Diane Nicoletti. More information about the Museum of Broadway will be announced soon, including location and individual and group ticketing information. To learn more about the Museum of Broadway visit www.themuseumofbroadway.com .

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