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BroadwayHD: Bringing the Theater to You | New York by Rail

may, 2020

BroadwayHD: Bringing the Theater to YouYear Around Event (2020) Broadway, Broadway, New York City

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BroadwayHD: Bringing the Theater to You

For the first time in history, Broadway is going virtual! Stream your favorite musicals and plays right from the comfort of your home on BroadwayHD.

Times Square where advertisements for shows on Broadway are displayed

BroadwayHD brings viewers the best acts from the theater right into our homes while we continue to quarantine.


Since it was established in 1750, Broadway has been one of the largest attractions in New York City. The bright lights, talented actors, and energetic musical numbers have captivated audiences for hundreds of years. Day after day, people from around the world fill the theater seats to watch performances that will leave them in awe. Experiencing these productions has led to an overall greater appreciation of the arts. From Shakespeare’s plays to modern day’s hits, Broadway remains one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city.

Streaming on BroadwayHD

While COVID-19 has temporarily closed theater doors, Broadway fans can still experience hit shows while in quarantine. BroadwayHD is a streaming service that uploads a wide variety of musicals and plays for viewers to experience globally. Viewers can stream live or past performances of some of their favorite musicals and plays. New members are given a seven-day free trial period before being charged $8.99 a month, or $99.99 a year. With this, subscribers can access hundreds of reputable performances from the comfort of their own home.

Subscribing to BroadwayHD

The family oriented streaming service offers a variety of performances available for the entertainment of its viewers. To subscribe to the service, go to to create your account and start your seven-day free trial period.

Take Amtrak when Broadway reopens

Attend a Broadway show once it reopens via Amtrak to Penn Station—Don’t forget to use the Amtrak See New York and Save 15% discount! The station is 1.3 miles away from Broadway, making it a convenient option to get to your show.

Take the A line subway from Penn Station and exit at the 42nd-Street Port Authority Subway Station in order to get to Broadway.


Year Around Event (2020)



Broadway, New York City