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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 2016 takes place on Tuesday, February 9 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!