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April 19, 2011 09:26 ET

TicketLiquidator's Guide to Summer on Broadway

VERNON, CT--(Marketwire - Apr 19, 2011) - It's that time of year again: Broadway is undergoing a serious facelift with the recent openings of several new exciting theater shows. Times Square is bound to be buzzing this spring and summer thanks to the premieres of The Book of Mormon, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Catch Me If You Can, Wonderland, and Anything Goes, and now fans can find plenty of great tickets to these shows at

The Book of Mormon tickets are already a hot commodity. Creators Robert Lopez (Avenue Q) and Matt Stone and Trey Parker (South Park) have really struck gold with this edgy, satirical musical. Fans are already rolling in the aisles at the outrageous, and potentially offensive, antics that ensue when two naïve Mormon missionaries try to bring their faith to suffering Ugandan villagers.

The revival of the classic musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (tickets) has garnered much praise and attention, thanks in part to Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe's portrayal of main character J. Pierrepont Finch. This tale of corporate ladder-climbing is an irreverent parody of the business world, and its classic songs and updated choreography appeal to a variety of audiences.

Catch Me If You Can (tickets) is a new musical based on the 2002 Leonard DeCaprio movie of the same name. It follows legendary, and true life, conman Frank Abagnale, Jr., played by quickly-rising Broadway leading man Aaron Tveit (Next to Normal), as he assumes multiple personalities in search of authority, fortune, and of course, ladies. Broadway staple Norbert Leo Butz (Wicked) plays Carl Hanratty, the astute FBI agent on Frank's trail. Full of flashy production numbers and catchy tunes, Catch Me If You Can has something for everyone.

Wonderland (tickets) is a new musical based on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland books. This fresh new spin on the classic story features a woman who escapes her crumbling Manhattan life to Wonderland, where she meets a cast of oddly familiar characters and goes through an enlightening musical journey.

Originally debuting in 1934, Anything Goes (tickets) is a treasured part of the musical theater canon. Broadway superstar Sutton Foster (Shrek, The Drowsy Chaperone) and legend Joel Grey (Wicked, Cabaret) bring new life to this classic story of romance and mistaken identity.

These exciting new musicals are sure to be the highlights of an amazing Broadway season, and TicketLiquidator is proud to list tickets for these and more fantastic shows.

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