As the sun sets slowly beyond the Hudson River and luminous skyscrapers begin to light up the night, New York City transforms into one grand stage. Famous actors take to the stages of Broadway’s legendary theaters as world-class soloists, dancers, and musicians prepare for their performances at Carnegie Hall, and Radio City Music Hall. The city also boasts of experimental theater, improv comedy, Indie cinema, ballet, poetry readings, burlesque shows, and jazz concerts, and so much more. If you can imagine a performance, it’s probably happening in New York, and if it has already happened, you can learn more about it at the hundreds of museums that populate the city -The Met, MoMA and the Guggenheim are just the beginning of a dizzying list of art-world icons. Right now, a business class flight to New York can be yours for just $2400, so the only decision left to make after you land will be to either first sample the widest culinary selection of restaurants available in the Western Hemisphere, or see the sights.