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Old Oct 1st, 2008, 07:56 AM
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I love Jersey Boys.

BUT when I took a group to see it I noted in bold on the sign up sheet that there is a considerable amount of rough language. The "F Bomb" is dropped throughout the play, most especially in the first act.
In either Chicago or New York the language is noted in the lobby.

Blue Man is fun if you like really loud music & lots of percussion.

Gypsy is wonderful. Can't remember language in it. Some men like Wicked but not as much as women, who love it.

Boeing-Boeing? It's very funny, but, again, not sure about language.
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Old Oct 1st, 2008, 08:03 AM
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I think you made a great decision. To get to the Newark hotel, order car service from if you want door to door service. It will be ~$46 plus toll (~$8-10 I think) plus tip. If you want to save some money, there's a bus from Port Authority bus terminal (42 st & 8th ave. that goes to the airport but depending on which hotel it is, you'd then need to get from the airport to the hotel. There's also train service from Penn station to the airport, but same prob. getting to the hotel.

As for a show, I think going to TKTs is a great idea. You can see what they have available and decide if you want to go. Gypsy is a great show and sometimes at TKTS. Lots of the off B'way shows are too. Info about the TKts booths at
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