Join Broadway Up Close Owner Tim Dolan as he leads guests on a virtual journey through Broadway’s haunted past. Set against the backdrop of the Ghostlight superstition, Tim will share stories of spirits that still lurk in the shadows backstage. This virtual experience will be more than just a few ghost stories - he’ll also unearth the history surrounding the theaters where the sightings took place, beginning in 1893 and moving forward through time.
What you get prior to the event:
A map for you to follow along the journey which you can download prior to the event.
Tim moved to the Big Apple shortly after graduating high school to pursue a career in the arts. On the small screen, Tim was featured on Season Two of HBO's Boardwalk Empire. Onstage, Tim was the Dance Captain in the Off-Broadway revival of Once Upon A Mattress starring Jackie Hoffman and John "Lypsinka" Epperson. He also performed as Abraham in the long-running hit musical Altar Boyz. His other acting credits include the National Tours of Altar Boyz and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes as well as numerous regional credits. He is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association. As an arts educator Tim was on faculty at Rosie's Theatre Kids, Rosie O'Donnell's arts organization for many years. Combining his storytelling skills as an actor, and his love for Broadway history, Tim created Broadway Up Close Walking Tours in 2010. Over the past decade the company has established six different tour experiences including an interior tour of Broadway’s oldest theater, the Hudson. In 2019 he opened a freestanding gift shop in the middle of Times Square that offers custom, unique Broadway merchandise. And putting his love of Broadway marquees at the forefront, Tim created the BROADWAY sign that is quickly becoming a Times Square staple.
Upon registration you will receive an email from "Playbill Inc" sent by our streaming partner Livestorm with a unique link to access your online experience at the appointed date and time. Do not forward it; it contains your personal access link. One registration per concurrent device.