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There are plenty of things to contemplate on Super Bowl Sunday: How happy/sad will I be when my favored team wins/loses? Will the halftime show be any good? Most importantly, should I change my fantasy football team’s name for next year? But, before all that, you should at least know where you’re going to watch the big game.

Rebecca Hall makes her Broadway debut in Roundabout Theatre Company’s 1920’s drama Machinal. Hall’s character Helen is listed simply as Young Woman in Machinal’s Playbill, which shows the audience the universality of her problems. Many women in that era felt trapped between two choices: work or wedding. Helen had to choose either marrying her boss who “made her blood run cold” or struggling to support herself and her mother (Suzanne Bertish) on her stenographer salary.

Still mapping out your New Year’s Eve plans? You’re in luck! The city is teeming with several worthwhile ways to ring in 2014. Here are just a few.

While there’s still plenty of time this holiday season to see the New York City Ballet perform George Balanchine’s famed Nutcracker at Lincoln Center, the city also boasts several “reimagined” versions of the ubiquitous tale.

A few weeks ago, I got to see a thrilling performance of FORCES by STREB, a show that combines dance and acrobatics with death-defying stunts. Choreographer Elizabeth Streb created this amazing show, which runs through December 22nd at Williamsburg’s SLAM. Her company of dancers, STREB, performs what she calls PopAction: a combination of dance, circus acts and stunts.

If you’re looking for a theater to watch the best new independent films or an old cult classic surrounded by other fans, check out the what’s playing at Landmark Theatres’ Sunshine Cinema.

Celebrating 10 years on Broadway, Wicked is still going strong with full audiences and standing ovations. I’ve seen the show twice now—once a few years ago and once earlier this month week.

Now through October 27, the San Francisco Ballet performs at New York City’s Lincoln Center.

Now in its second year, Brooklyn’s Barclays Center continues to impress crowds with a lineup of popular music, Brooklyn Nets basketball games and other activities.

Around the World in 80 Days comes to Off-Broadway with its classic plot and brand new jokes. The story of a man who bets he can travel around the world—starting and ending in London, England in 1872—by train and boat in just 80 days, Guy LeMonnier leads the five-member cast as bet-maker Phileas Fogg.

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