GOBBLE GOBBLE! It’s Thanksgiving week… you know what that means?

This Thursday morning, tune in to New York’s annual MIRACLE ON 42ND STREET spectacular, The 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Over millions of people worldwide to see this spectacular event (featuring big giant balloons, floats, marching bands, clowns, and the biggest names in show business) march down from Central Park through Times Square, and ending in front of the Macy’s in Harold Square.

For us, the highlight of the parade is seeing the Best of Broadway perform. This Thursday morning, you will have the exciting opportunity to see some of the best shows this season on your TV on 2 different channels.

On the CBS edition, you will see pre-recorded spectacular performances from…

Grammy winner Jason Mraz, Betsy Wolfe, and the delicious company of Waitress the Musical

and the Award winning powerful groundbreaking hit Come From Away.

On the NBC edition, you can experience Broadway serving as the Macy’s Parade opening act before all the for the balloons, bands, floats, and celebrities take center stage in Harold Square. On this edition, you can see the casts of…

Noah Galvin and the cast of this year’s Tony winning Best Musical Dear Evan Hansen (at the Music Box Theatre),

and the beautiful, romantic, and mysterious company of Anastasia The Musical.

In addition, you will also get a first look and listen of 2 new shows that are currently in previews here on Broadway. They are…

The NAUTICAL NONSENSE company of SpongeBob Broadway

and the cast of the highly anticipated revival of Once On This Island Broadway.

Who is excited to start your morning with some Broadway on this TURKEY LURKEY DAY?!!

DEAR EVAN HANSEN, ANASTASIA, ‘SPONGEBOB’, ONCE ON THIS ISLAND Set for Macy’s THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE

The cast of Broadway’s ANASTASIA, DEAR EVAN HANSEN and SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS will perform on the Macy’s 91st Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. The parade airs November 23rd.

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