Welcome to Grab Your Group and GO, a website dedicated to celebrating and embracing the power of the shared experience. This group was originally created to inspire more New Yorkers to go to the theater on a more regular basis. It remains that, but has become something even better and more powerful. Our fundamental goal with everything we do is to connect people through the value of the shared experience. Get connected. Get inspired. Grab Your Group and GO!
Whether on a travel adventure, at the theater, in conversation on the sidewalk after a show, at the Dinner Party before a show or at other interesting, compelling, and sometimes super simple group experiences, we strive to make meaningful connections each time we bring a group together. We believe experiences are way more valuable to collect than things and that these experiences are that much more powerful when experienced together as a group. As you pop around the site you will find theater and travel inspo, comfort food cooking ideas, party concepts, and general musings about how life is better when experienced with your group.
We are so happy you are here.
Upcoming GYGG Shows on (and off) Broadway
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My Name is Lucy Barton – Thursday, January 23rd @8pm
Of course we have to go see Laura Linney in My Name is Lucy Barton, a one-woman show that she played to great fanfare on the stage in London. We have two price points available: Front Mezz for $160 or Mezz for $130.
Grand Horizons – Tuesday, February 25th @7pm
This one’s special… an evening at Second Stage Theater to see Bess Wohl’s new play Grand Horizons. This play looks close to home funny, honest, and I predict will be a super satisfying way to spend an evening on Broadway. BONUS: The evening will include a talkback EXCLUSIVE to our group and a champagne reception after the show with words from Pulitzer Prize-winning author Lynn Nottage. But wait, there’s more… 100% of the proceeds from your ticket will be gifted to The Lilly’s. You do not want to miss this evening, it might be the highlight of our winter theater season. Tickets are $180.
The Unsinkable Molly Brown – Sunday, March 1st @2pm
This show has mother/daughter afternoon Off-Broadway written all over it. I saw a snippet of a preview of this show and I had the calendar on my phone out hunting for a date before the end of the song by the superstar of the show: Beth Malone. This show tells the story of Molly Brown. While most famous for fighting back on an inflatable boat in the middle of the Atlantic, this spunky role model fought back on lots of issues. I think I’ve just changed my mind. It sounds like a perfect family afternoon off-Broadway. Bring the dad and the brothers! Let’s sell out the theater. Tickets are $65.
Birthday Candles – Wednesday, April 15th @2pm
I love birthday celebrations. Let’s gather as a group to watch the always charming Debra Messing as Ernestine Ashworth celebrate lots and lots of birthdays on stage, from the age of 17 to 101. Lots to explore watching the same day unfold over the course of what I am certain is her colorful lifetime. Tickets are $110.
The Visitor – Thursday, April 2nd @7:30pm
Any Tom Kitt Groupies in the group? Ha ha. I know there are lots of Tom Kitt groupies in the group – myself included. Let’s go to The Public and admire the exceedingly busy and beyond gifted Tom Kitt’s next offering which stars David Hyde Pierce. I think those two facts alone kinda makes my case. Excited for this one and you know we will have fun meeting at the fun on-site bar, The Library at The Public before and possibly after the show. Maybe Tom and Rita will join us??? Tickets are $100.
Company – Thursday, April 23rd @7pm
I am counting the minutes to see the wildly talented Katrina Lenk and Patti Lupone on stage in Company. This musical comedy has been updated with a twist. It was a huge hit in London and now is back for it’s revival on Broadway. Tickets are $160.
Caroline, or Change – Thursday, May 14th @8pm
Join us for the revival of this groundbreaking musical. This production was a smash hit in London last year. Come view Sharon D Clarke reprise her Olivier winning performance. Tickets are $150.
Backstage Tour of the Metropolitan Opera – Monday, January 13th @3pm
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. Please reach out if you would like to be added to the waiting list.
If you have ever wondered why a ticket to the opera is so expensive, then this experience will answer that question for you. Join me for a fun, enlightening, and fascinating behind the scenes tour lasting about 90 minutes. This is a must-do experience for any avid theatergoer and certainly for any opera lover. Tickets are $30.