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Broadway Is Always A Good Idea

Whether you’re a bona fide Broadway baby or making your first foray to the Great White Way, it’s true what they say: there is always magic in the air. Since its earliest days, The Knick has been a magnetic place for those that spark that magic and keep it alive. Legendary tenor Enrico Caruso lived here during his long tenure at The Metropolitan Opera (at the time, it was at 1411 Broadway, just a block away); and “father of the American musical comedy,” composer of Give My Regards to Broadway, and “man who owned Broadway,” George M. Cohan, was also a longtime resident. Today, we are the home away from home for artists, theatre lovers and dreamers of every stripe.

That’s why we could think of no better way to kick off a showstopping 2024 than to partner with Broadway PlusThe Roundabout Theatre Company and AKA to offer our guests a one-of-a-kind experience staying in the heart of the theatre district.


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Curtains Up at The Knick

Our Curtains Up at The Knick offer includes two orchestra tickets to one of a selection of Broadway shows, plus 30 percent off any additional tickets housed by our partners at The Roundabout Theatre Company (arrangements made by our concierge), and admission for two to the Museum of Broadway. Guests are also eligible for an accommodation upgrade upon check-in (subject to availability) and can opt for an add-on one hour engagement with select cast members through Broadway Plus.


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What to See on Broadway Right Now

The Roundabout Theatre Company’s current show Jonah, and upcoming show Doubt, starring Tyne Daly and Liev Schreiber, are sure to be on everyone’s 2024 must-see list. Other shows that are the talk of the town include Gutenberg! The Musical, which is slated to run through January 28, starring Andrew Rannells, Josh Gad, and, usually, a surprise celebrity guest; Merrily We Roll Along, with Daniel Radcliffe and Jonathan Groff; and Purlie Victorious starring Leslie Odom, Jr. Of course, you can never go wrong with a classic. The Lion KingHamilton (additional surcharge with Curtains Up at The Knick offer), and Wicked are beloved as ever.


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Where to Go Pre-Theatre

Avoid the stress of worrying whether you’ll make curtain on time by reserving a pre-theatre table at Charlie Palmer at The Knick. Here you can sip a martini in the very spot that, legend has it, the drink was invented, and dine on Chef Palmer’s take on American classics, like dry aged prime New York strip and spicy buttermilk fried chicken, all made with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. After dinner, you can discuss the show over a nightcap at St. Cloud Rooftop.


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