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stage presence

MORE THAN 13 MILLION PEOPLE PASSED THROUGH THE DOORS OF BROADWAY THEATRES LAST SEASON, WITH SHOWS GROSSING £960M. ENTER TIM HEAP STAGE LEFT — ON A CULTURAL TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY— TO SEE WHAT ALL THE FUSS IS ABOUT
DON’T CALL US, WE’LL CALL YOU: Tim’s audition wasn’t going to go well

It’s almost show time in New York’s entertainment district and the buzz of Broadway is palpable. There are long queues on the pavement outside every theatre, as ticketholders wait to take their seats and be transported into a fabulous world of song and dance.

It’s my first time in New York City — the closest I’ve been before now is watching films and stepping in front of a flimsy Broadway backdrop in my school’s production of Guys and Dolls. But in real life, in the neon-lit nighttime, the city sparkles and shimmers brighter than it could in any movie.

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