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This holiday season, audiences can check out free Broadway performances just a few blocks away from the theatre district. The Shows Go On at Hudson Yards continues December 6 and 13 at 5 PM with the casts of Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, Mrs. Doubtfire, and more.

Broadway alum Beth Nicely hosts the concerts from The Stage on Level 4 at The Shops at Hudson Yards. The full December 6 lineup features Dear Evan Hansen (reopening December 11), Come From Away, the Off-Broadway musical Trevor, and Tina. The casts of Mrs. Doubtfire, Moulin Rouge!, and Girl From the North Country close out the series December 13.

The live series celebrates the return of Broadway and the resiliency of theatre and the arts in NYC. Performances began November 8 with Chicago and Waitress and continued every Monday with shows like Jagged Little Pill, Aladdin, The Lion King, The Phantom of the Opera, and Diana.

Hudson Yards is also perfect for for pre- and post-theatre dining.

Hudson Yards is the newest neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group. A template for the future of cities, Hudson Yards is Manhattan’s first LEED Gold Certified Neighborhood; home to leading retail brands in every category from luxury to fast fashion, including experiential concepts and first-ever stores from popular online retailers; restaurants and food experiences by world-renowned chefs and restaurateurs; dynamic cultural institutions; modern residences offering unparalleled amenities; more than five acres of public plazas, gardens and groves; the world’s first Equinox Hotel; state-of-the-art commercial office space for industry leaders including Facebook, WarnerMedia, BlackRock and more; and eventually a new 750-seat public school. For more information on Hudson Yards, please visit

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