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
Broadway Box Office Springs into Spring
Mar 14, 2018
This past week was a strong box office week on Broadway, led by new shows as well as the continued strength of long-running hits.
“John Lithgow: Stories by Heart” Concludes Run
Mar 10, 2018
John Lithgow: Stories by Heart played its final performance last week, culminating Lithgow’s solo show that toured the country until finding its way to Broadway.
“Three Tall Women” Begins Broadway Previews
Mar 2, 2018
Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women has begun previews on Broadway, starring Glenda Jackson, Alison Pill, Laurie Metcalf, Joseph Medeiros, and directed by Joe Mantello.
Broadway Box Office Holds Strong in Mid-Winter
Feb 14, 2018
Jason Mraz was a huge box office draw upon departing Waitress, but Bernadette Peters fails to excite the Hello, Dolly! box office.
Broadway Box Office Ebbs in Mid-Winter Slump
Feb 8, 2018
This past week had a significantly lower box office than the week before, although compared to the same week last winter, the industry is faring quite well.
Broadway Box Office Reflects New Cast Changes
Jan 31, 2018
Bernadette Peters is a box office attraction, but not as much as Bette Midler was, and Sara Bareilles and Jason Mraz are a power combo in Waitress.
“The Phantom of the Opera” Celebrates 30 Years
Jan 28, 2018
The Phantom of the Opera celebrated its 30 year anniversary on Broadway with a special gala performance on January 24th as well as a double header of performances o...
January Cold Continues to Chill Broadway Box Office
Jan 25, 2018
This past week was a slow one on Broadway, with the exception of Waitress which saw a boost due to the return of Sara Bareilles as Jenna, playing alongside Jason Mr...
Broadway Box Office Fares Better Post-Storm
Jan 17, 2018
Broadway saw a boost as the weather warmed, with Miss Saigon and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory concluding their runs, Springsteen back, and Bette Midler bidding...
Michael Luwoye to Be Next Broadway “Hamilton”
Jan 6, 2018
Hamilton has a new Hamilton. Michael Luwoye steps into the part after Javier Muñoz’s departure later this month on January 14, 2018.
Hoda Kotb Rings in New Year With A New Job at the Today Show
Jan 3, 2018
Hoda Kotb permanently takes Matt Lauer's place on the Today Show with Savannah Guthrie, amidst Lauer's sexual harassment allegations.
J.T. Roger’s Political Drama “Oslo” Begins Previews
Mar 23, 2017
Oslo the modern political drama is beginning to perform in previews on the Broadway stage. March 23, 2017
“War Paint” Begins Previews at the Nederlander Theatre
Mar 9, 2017
War Paint tells the story of two competing cosmetics empires in the first half of the 20th century and the glass ceilings shattered by the female entrepreneurs Eliz...
Lynn Nottage’s Play “Sweat” Begins Previews
Mar 5, 2017
Sweat, the play that explores the themes of the industrial decline makes its Broadway debut with previews starting March 4, 2017
“Significant Other” - Strong Reviews, Poor Box Office
Mar 4, 2017
Significant Other hasn't been striking it big in the box office despite its raving reviews, but why?