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
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.
Hamilton Ticket Lottery Changes on Broadway for 2019
Jun 24, 2019
Everything you need to know about Ham4Ham, the free Hamilton Broadway lottery ticket that allows people to win Hamilton on Broadway tickets for only $10.
2019 TONY Awards Show Hits An All-Time Low Ratings at a Paltry 5.4 Million Viewers
Jun 11, 2019
2019 TONY Award show aired on CBS June 9, 2019 and hit an all-time ratings low, coming in at just 5.4 Million Viewers over its three hour broadcast window
2019 Tony Award Nominations Are Announced
Apr 30, 2019
The 2019 Tony Award nominations are announced and the TV telecast is scheduled for June 9, 1019 on CBS
Celebrated Revival of “The Iceman Cometh” Closes
Jun 30, 2018
The Iceman Cometh concludes its run starring Denzel Washington with positive reviews and somewhat strong box office, but no Tony wins.
Broadway Box Office Surges Into Summer
Jun 27, 2018
Three Tall Women surged in its final week, and Waitress took a plunge in the first week following Katharine McPhee’s turn in the lead role.
Tony Winners Thrive at the Box Office
Jun 20, 2018
The Tony winners, The Band’s Visit, Harry Potter, Angels in America, Once on This Island, saw a boost at the box office the week following the Tony Awards.
Tom Stoppard’s “Travesties” Concludes Run
Jun 14, 2018
Travesties concludes at the end of this week with a critically acclaimed run, but no Tony Awards, and having been a difficult sell at the box office.
Broadway Box Office Ebbs and Flows
May 30, 2018
My Fair Lady saw an increase in ticket sales, while Hamilton saw a decrease in ticket sales, and the Tony nominees are gearing up for the awards next weekend.
“Children of a Lesser God” Concludes Its Run
May 27, 2018
Children of a Lesser God concluded performances at Studio 54, directed by Kenny Leon, and starring Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff.
“To Kill a Mockingbird” Back on Track on Broadway
May 24, 2018
To Kill a Mockingbird will be on the Broadway stage this fall as planned, following a settlement of the ongoing litigation between the producer Scott Rudin and the ...
Long-Running Hit Musicals Lead Broadway Box Office
May 23, 2018
Long-running musicals led the pack at the box office this past week, and The Boys in the Band is poised to become the hit of the summer.
Broadway Industry Soars, But “Hamilton” Wobbles
May 17, 2018
The Broadway box office saw a healthy week leading up to Mother’s Day, although Hamilton decreased the most of any show this past week.
Broadway Spring Box Office Carries On Strong
May 8, 2018
The Boys in the Band started out strong, leading the box office along with Springsteen on Broadway, in an overall strong week this spring season.
The 2018 Tony Nominations Have Been Announced!
May 2, 2018
The 2018 Tony Award nominations have been announced, and the most recognitions have gone to Mean Girls, SpongeBob SquarePants, Angels in America, The Band’s Visit, ...