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Kids' Night on Broadway National Ambassador Judith Light

Kids' Night on Broadway®

On Kids' Night on Broadway, young people age 6-18 can see a participating Broadway show for free when accompanied by a full-paying adult.

Kids' Night on Broadway 2015 takes place January 9 – 15, 2015 in NYC.
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 11 a.m. ET.

The fun also includes great family-friendly restaurant deals, special offers, events and activities.
A program of The Broadway League, presented by The New York Times. 

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KIDS' NIGHT ON BROADWAY AMBASSADOR 

JUDITH LIGHT

Judith Light is the National Amabassador for Kids' Night on Broadway in 2015. She was awarded her second back-to-back Tony Award® for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play for The Assembled Parties in 2013. She also starred in Other Desert Cities in 2012 for which she won her first Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play. Light's television career began with her two time Best Actress Emmy turn on "One Life to Live", followed by the comedy series, " Who's the Boss.” She played Claire Meade in the Emmy winning ABC series, "Ugly Betty" and was Emmy nominated for her performance. She is currently on the groundbreaking new Amazon Studio’s series, “Transparent”.

Photo by Jonathan W. Stoller.

GREAT RESTAURANT DEALS

MAKE A NIGHT OF IT!

Participating restaurants in the Times Square area offer special deals, including free entrées for kids. Offers vary by restaurant, restrictions apply. Click for details.

Fun Events

KidzVuz Broadway Video Contest

Kids’ Night on Broadway and KidzVuz.com invite kids age 6-18 to create original videos on three Broadway topics. Submit your video and you will be entered for a chance win cool Broadway prizes, including tickets to a participating KNOB show. Enter here. See complete contest rules on KidzVuz.com.

Kids’ Night on Broadway Q&A

If you could ask a Broadway performer on question, what would it be? We’re going backstage with video cameras this fall. Tell us what you think we should ask the talented artists who work on Broadway. Submit your questions on our Facebook page. Then check back this winter to see if your question was selected.

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