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Almost Famous FAQs

Almost Famous is a musical based on a film of the same name, with a book by Cameron Crowe and music and lyrics by Tom Kitt. The story follows the aspiring rock journalist William Miller, who sets out on a road trip with the up-and-coming band Stillwater in the 1970s. Along the way, he learns about the industry, the price of fame, and what it means to be almost famous. With a score that captures the spirit of 1970s rock'n'roll, the show is a funny, heartwarming, and ultimately uplifting musical about following your dreams and finding your place in the world. And the popular songs it features, such as Fever Dog, Simple Man, The Wind, and Tiny Dancer, only add more points to the overall atmosphere.

Almost Famous on Broadway is a great choice for groups because it is a heartwarming show that tells the story of a young man's journey to find himself. The show is full of great music and the cast is captivating. The musical is also appropriate for ages 12+, so it is a great choice for a family outing or a night out with friends. Please, book your tickets by calling Broadway Inbound or visiting our website.

 

For Almost Famous on Broadway, group tickets are available for 10 and more people.

No, Almost Famous is not necessarily appropriate for all ages. The musical is recommended for 12 + because of the language, adult situations, and simulated drug use. Children under the age of 4 are not allowed in the theatre.

Almost Famous musical plays on Bernard B Jacobs Theatre, located at 242 West 45 Street New York, NY 10036.

The Bernard B Jacobs Theatre has a seating capacity of 1,078, making it a medium-sized venue.

There is more than one answer to this question as everyone's tastes differ.

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The running time of Almost Famous on Broadway is 2 hours and 30 minutes, including intermission.

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The answer depends on a number of factors, including your personal preferences and the specific production. However, it is generally recommended that theatergoers arrive at least 30 minutes before the show is scheduled to start in order to allow enough time to find their seats and settle in.

 

There is no dress code for Almost Famous on Broadway, but most people tend to dress up a bit for the theater. The best choice is to stay away from overly casual clothes like jeans and t-shirts and wear something appropriate for the weather on the given day.

Broadway Inbound is an official source of Broadway tickets for groups, including Almost Famous. We make it easy for you to get the best seats in the house at the best prices. We know planning a group trip to the theater can be daunting, so we’re here to help. Our team of experts will work with you to find the perfect tickets for your group and help you navigate the ticketing process. Contact us today and let us show you how easy and affordable it can be.

We do try our best to seat groups together. However, sometimes, a group will have to be split up due to how heavily the date you’ve picked is booked. Be assured, we will always keep you informed of any odd seating assignments.

Almost Famous is an extraordinary Broadway show because it is a musical, live, theatrical,  adaptation of the hit movie of the same name. It tells the story of a group of musicians who travel across America in search of fame and fortune. Along the way, they encounter a variety of colorful characters, including a struggling singer-songwriter, a has-been rock star, and a mysterious woman who may or may not be a groupie. And what makes Almost Famous even more intriguing is that this Broadway show is based on a true story.

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The creative team behind the Broadway musical Almost Famous comprises some of the industry's most talented and experienced creatives. With a wealth of experience between them, they have come together to create a new, highly entertaining musical production. Leading the team is the director Jeremy Herrin, the artistic director of Headlong Theatre. He is joined by Cameron Crowe, the creator of the original film. Rounding out the team is Tony Award®-winning composer Tom Kitt, whose credits include Next to Normal and If/Then. With a team of this caliber, Almost Famous is set to be one of the most talked-about musicals of the year. Don't miss your chance to see it – get your tickets today.

The story follows a young journalist who is given the opportunity to go on the road with a rock band and write about them. It is a semi-autobiographical story inspired by the teenage years of the original film’s creator, Cameron Crowe.

There’s nothing quite like Broadway in New York City. The lights, the energy, the shows – it all comes together to create a truly unique experience. From the moment the curtain rises on the first act, to the final bow at the end of the show, a Broadway experience is one you will never forget. Broadway shows are some of the most highly acclaimed and popular productions in the world, and seeing one is a must for any visitor to New York City. Whether you’re a theater lover or just looking for a fun night out, there’s a show for you. Check out the complete list of Broadway shows available on the date of your visit to NYC, and make reservations well in advance for the best seats.