Christina Morningside is a native New Yorker who grew up loving theater and writing for various periodicals on the very same subject for Playbill and Broadway World. Christina is an alumna from Columbia University in the City of New York and serves on several historic preservation committees in New York City. Christina began her journalism career at the New York Post as an intern and rose up through the ranks to become best reporter within five years, covering city politics. When Christina is not at a Broadway show she can be found anywhere outdoors, often in Vermont enjoying snowshoeing or skiing. She often says that what she lacks in empathy, she can make up with ecstasy with her joie de vivre being one of her most lauded assets. Christina has been a staff writer at New York Show Tickets since 2003.
News Story Archive for Christina Morningside
Beauty and the Beast’ Gets ABC Live Treatment for 30th Anniversary
Jul 19, 2022
Beauty and the Beast Will Get a Live-Action/Animated Special on ABC on December 15th 2022, in Honor of the Classic Film’s 30th Anniversary, Despite Cancellations of...
To Kill a Mockingbird: Will it Ever Reopen on Broadway?
Jul 8, 2022
Beloved American Classic To Kill a Mockingbird Was Supposed to Continue its Amazing Run on Broadway in June 2022, But Like a Scooby-Doo Mystery it has Not Reopened ...
Skoufis's New York Ticket Law Gets Watered Down and Misses Some Marks
Jul 1, 2022
Governor Kathy Hochul Signs Ticket Legislation That Targets Unfair, Anti-Consumer Ticketing Practices in the Live Event Industry, But Misses the Mark of the Origina...
Death of Broadway Theatre Looms Large While Politicians Wrestle
Sep 29, 2020
Broadway takes one step closer to annihilation while politicians and industry bigwigs demonstrate their lack of leadership in Coronavirus times
Broadway’s Frozen Pulls The Plug Before COVID-19 Is Over
May 20, 2020
Frozen: The Musical Is The First Established Mainstream Broadway Show That Has Officially Been Closed Due To The Total Broadway Shutdown Caused By The COVID-19 Pand...
Miserable Week In Broadway News That Offers Little Respite
Mar 27, 2020
Despite The Good Weather This Week, The Covid-19 Pandemic Continues To Bring Hardship And Bad News, And Cancellations to Broadway
Scott Rudin Slashes Ticket Prices to Broadway Shows Due To Coronavirus
Mar 10, 2020
Scott Rudin Slashes Broadway Ticket Prices At All Of His Five Broadway Shows To Just $50 Each To Help Alleviate The Impact On Revenue From The Coronavirus Outbreak ...
Broadway Week 2020 Launches With Limited Inventory & Technical Issues
Jan 10, 2020
Tickets For New York City Broadway Week 2020 Went On Sale And Customers Faced Technical Issues And Limited Ticket Availability.
Shadow Star NYC Plans to Help Aspiring Performers Find Broadway Fame
Jan 3, 2020
New Broadway Mobile App ‘Shadow Star Nyc’ Sets Goal To Connect Younger Broadway Bound Performers With Current Broadway Stars To Set Them Up For Future Success
‘Beetlejuice’ Booted From Broadway Theatre Despite Ticket Sales Rising
Dec 16, 2019
Broadway Show ‘Beetlejuice’ Will Be Removed From The Winter Garden Theatre In June 2020 To Make Room For Hugh Jackman And Scott Rudin’s ‘The Music Man’
Grim Future for Live TV Musicals Following 'The Little Mermaid Live!'
Nov 19, 2019
ABC’s ‘The Little Mermaid Live!’ Television Broadcast Receives Mediocre Reviews, Casting Doubt On The Future Of Live TV Musicals, Could Hamilton Save The Genre?
Ticketmaster Live Phone Agents Are Fired. Live Broadway Show Agents Remain, For Now.
Oct 21, 2019
Ticketmaster Makes Changes To Their Phone Ticket Sales Operation. Broadway Line Still Uses Live Telephone Operators, But This Service May Ultimately Be Shut Down
Rihanna Debacle Shows That Broadway Insiders Display Double Standard For Celebrities
Sep 17, 2019
Rihanna And Other Narcissist Celebrities Like Madonna and Kanye Continue To Use Their Cell Phones Without Consequence At Live Broadway Shows
New Shows Opening on Broadway - Fall 2019 Season
Aug 5, 2019
All Of The Upcoming Broadway Show Openings In Fall 2019, With Information On Preview And Opening Dates, Show Descriptions, And Ticket Information.
The New York City July 2019 Power Blackout and its Effects on Broadway Shows
Jul 15, 2019
Summer 2019 Blackout Left New York City Without Power, Causing Cancellations Of Broadway Productions. Show Actors Go On To Perform In The Streets.