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CenterStage Free TV Show Tickets in New York City
The CenterStage TV Show is Shot in New York City and Tickets To The Show Are Available To The Public

CenterStage TV Show CenterStage is an hour long, intimate, one-on-one interview show where the small studio audience has the opportunity to ask their favorite celebrity a question live on-air, here in New York. The show is transmitted on the YES network (part of the New York Yankees) in New York City and is hosted by Michael Kay. The show format allows for a single guest for the whole show - which means Kay can delve a little deeper with celebrities than with that of the other run-of-the-mill TV yakkers in New York. The guest choice Is generally around a sports theme (it is a sports channel after all), but as the sports celeb inventory dries up, other notable celebs from the worlds of film, music, and TV are used.

TV Show Taping Schedule:
The CenterStage tape schedule is very sporadic, so it's usually best to contact the show in advance to find out when they'll be taping their next episode.

So, How Do You Get Tickets to the CenterStage Show in New York City?

Standby and Short Notice Tickets:
Standby tickets to CenterStage are available. If you want to see the CenterStage TV show in New York we can tell you how to do it. Our complete research guide to TV Show tickets will give you access to all the latest information including methods, phone numbers and the secret details.
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Advance Ticket Requests:
The CenterStage TV show does not accept postal requests for advance tickets.
Advance tickets for future shows can only be requested via phone or over the internet.
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Ticket Limitations:
CenterStage does not place many limitations on its tickets. In fact, it is the rare TV show that actually allows you to transfer your ticket to a friend if you suddenly become unavailable to see the taping.

Studio Audience Casting
Because CenterStage is on the Yankees-owned YES network and tends to focus on sports celebrities, naturally the audience is heavy on men and sports fans. But the show does frequently spotlight non sports stars, which opens up the demographic a bit. The best case scenario, for any given episode, is that the audience is made up of fans of whoever Michael Kay is interviewing that day (especially since CenterStage allows the audience to ask questions).

Dress Code:
Business casual is recommended. Do not wear sportswear, jerseys with team logos, jeans, sneakers, or shorts to CenterStage.

TV Studio Address:
Manhattan Center Studios
311 West 34th Street
New York, NY 10001

Show Transmission:
Episodes of CenterStage air at various times throughout the week on the YES Network. Check your local listings.

Travel Plans:
Want to make it to the show on time? Here’s the latest local transit information. www.nysubway.com


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