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Immersive Broadway Adventure

In celebration of the C.L. Hoover Opera House's 125th anniversary join us on a 4-day / 3-night trip to the Big White Way! 

Thursday, September 14 - Sunday, September 17, 2023


Stay in the Knickerbocker Hotel

The Knickerbocker Hotel, a National and NYC landmark, the 1906 Beaux Arts brain child of millionaire John Jacob Astor IV. A member of the "Leading Hotels in the World", with a rooftop bar looking down on Times Square!

Broadway Shows

You get the opportunity to have YOUR CHOICE of Broadway shows Thursday Evening. Friday Evening and Saturday Evening with seats in the Front Orchestra.


Fine Dining


On Thursday enjoy a "Welcome" dinner in a fine Manhattan restaurant, with unlimited house wine, mixed and soft drinks. We will be joined by Broadway movers-and-shakers.

Friday afternoon meet in the National Arts Club, located in one of New York's most beautiful Victorian townhouses. Walk through history of skyscrapers around Madison Square, with the 1902 Flatiron Building, the 1909 Metropolitan Life Insurance Building, the 1928 New York Life Building, and 1931 Empire State Building. 


Saturday Night attend a post-theatre reception in a New York nightspot, with featuring informal conversations with a principal CAST MEMBER from a hit Broadway musical.  


Spend quality time and develop new friendships with Executive Staff, other Friends of the Opera House and Board members.

Friday walk and explore the Renaissance of 42nd St, lead by the person in large part responsible for preventing the demolition of six 42nd St theaters. 

Saturday and Sunday explore the Theater District with the person in large part responsible for the NYC landmark designations of 35 Broadway theaters.



On Friday you will have a private visit to the Art Nouveau New Amsterdam theatre, a Beaux Arts architectural gem, hosted by Disney Theatricals.

Then visit The Players, the country's most prestigious private club for people in the theater- located in mid 1800's townhouse designed by Stanford White and a stroll around Gramercy Park, New York's only private park, with its mid 19th-Century Brownstone mansions. 

On Saturday visit an entertainment salon and discussion with 3 principal Broadway cast members, each from a different hit musical, accompanied on the piano by the keyboardist and assistant conductor of WICKED.


As a prelude to our visit to the Museum of Broadway, we will have an immersive discussion with two leading Broadway historians, who will guide us through Broadway's history, including the year the C.L. Hoover Opera House opened its doors. 

The newly opened Museum of Broadway, which celebrates Broadway's pivotal moments and its behind-the-scenes. We will have a private discussion with one of the museum's founders. 


To request a Registration Form, send an e-mail to: or call 785-280-0595

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