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You don't need the bright lights of Broadway to feel like a star: The shining setting of Atlantic City's The Tropicana Casino and Resort will be more than enough music to your ears.

Say "Bye Bye, Birdie" to another dull destination and "Hello Dolly!" to one Wicked getaway package: a chance to experience the Great White Way among the glittering slot machines and vibrant night life. Stay for one night (Sundays through Wednesdays) and get $30 to spend on slots, a $30 food-and-beverage credit, a late 2 pm check-out time, and two tickets to the resort's Best of Broadway 2011 ($129).

A show featuring state-of-the-art video productions, Best of Broadway was inspired by the original stage sets from some of the best moments of the greatest musicals ever produced.

Or, choose the Comedy Stop package (Sundays through Thursdays) instead, with all the same perks, but two tickets to the acclaimed on-site comedy club, the Comedy Stop, instead of Best of Broadway ($119).

Guys and Dolls, set the stage for a vacation that's sure to win rave reviews as you and Your Fair Lady take in more than 3,000 slot machines and 135 table games, 20 on-site restaurants, 20 shops, 14 nightlife options, and the only IMAX movie theater in town, right in the hotel.

And for a tropical trip akin to the South Pacific, visit The Quarter, the Tropicana's palm-tree dotted shopping, entertainment, and dining complex within the resort.

Set the stage for an unforgettable retreat that'll make you say, "Mamma Mia!" This Escape has got more hits than Rodgers and Hammerstein.

  • A one-night stay for two in a classic room
  • The best of Broadway package (Sundays through Wednesdays from May 22 to June 29) with two best of Broadway tickets ($129)
  • Or, the comedy stop package (Sundays through Thursdays from May 18 to June 29) with two comedy stop tickets ($119)
  • $30 food and beverage credit
  • $30 to spend on slots
  • Late 2 pm check-out
  • Book by 17 May

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