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Theatre with kids help

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New York in April. First of all, is Chicago appropriate for 11 and 13 yr olds? Lion King is probably not going to be available and the boys won't see Beauty and the Beast. I just want them to have a chance at experiencing theatre on broadway. They enjoy comedy, which I know Chicago is not, but I would like to see some dancing myself. I know I have read on here that you can get tickets the day of the show. Is this as easy as it sounds as far as getting tickets? I would hate to wait and then not get to see a show. I would just like to know if there are an abundant # of tick. available for different shows or a small amount of select seats. I was thinking about Chicago, because they seem to have some good prices for tickets. Thanks in advance for all of your help! Also what about Carmines for dinner?

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