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Kids' Night on Broadway

Kids' Night on Broadway

Kids' Night on Broadway® (KNOB) is a nationwide audience development event designed to introduce a new generation to the experience of live theatre.

In New York City, KNOB takes place in the winter months, and is presented by the New York Times. Visit the KNOB website for details.

Features of this event include:

  • Free tickets to young people age 6-18 who attend a Broadway show with a paying adult
  • Area restaurant and parking discounts in New York City
  • Kids go free at pre-theatre educational events and parties
  • Kids’ Night on Broadway Activity Guide, provided by The New York Times 
  • And more - click for information

In addition, theatres in as many as 30 cities across the country participate annually with touring Broadway productions and related kid-appropriate activities.  Special thanks to participating venues in past years:

  • 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle
  • ASU Gammage Hall
  • Auditorium Theatre, Rochester
  • Belk Theatre, Charlotte NC
  • Boston Opera House
  • Cobb Great Hall, Wharton Center for the Performing Arts, East Lansing MI
  • Fox Theatre, St. Louis
  • Hippodrome Theatre, Baltimore
  • Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, St. Paul MN
  • Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis
  • Palace Theatre, Columbus OH
  • Providence Performing Arts Center
  • Tallahassee Leon County Civic Center

For more information, go to KidsNightonBroadway.com.

A young fan enjoys the Kids' Night festivities surrounding Shrek at the Wharton Center.

A Kids' Night participant gets hair and makeup help from Hairspray...

...while others took a dance class with cast members from Mamma Mia!