"My number one theatrical experience, bar none, happened to me in 1964 - the curtain rose on a man wearing tse-tses (a religious undergarment). He spoke directly to us and then gestured to the wings… Suddenly the stage was filled with Jews. Yes, Jews. Just like me - JEWS! The man was Zero Mostel. The show was Fiddler on the Roof. And I never felt alone in the world again."
You've earned a day off! This summer, make your own vacation enjoying the best of New York City. Start your day at one of these amazing museums and then finish at a smash Broadway musical all for $100 per person!