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MJ Broadway

Neil Simon Theatre
250 West 52nd St
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: 8 to 14+, Adult Friendly

Centered around the making of his 1992 Dangerous World Tour, this flashy musical celebrates the singular moves and signature sound of the star while exploring the  creative mind and collaborative spirit that catapulted Jackson into legendary status. The plot is not much and avoids exploring problematic aspects of Jackson’s life, but the lead actor Myles Frost’s stellar performance and electrifying choreography dazzle and the songs are so good.

⏱ 2 hours and 30 minutes with one intermission
❤️ The show is set before any accusations of pedophilia; it is not referenced at all.
💥 Flashbacks show Jackson’s father verbally and physically abusing his kids. The monsters in ‘Thriller’ are super creepy.

🎟 Enter the digital lottery by 3 pm the day before for $35 tickets.


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At the lovely Rose Theater in the Shops at Columbus Circle (where you can also explore Art Camp) with a stunning view of Central Park.

Also at 3 pm.

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