The Latest Broadway Ticket Discounts
October 23, 2009 § Leave a comment
Here is the roundup of the latest Broadway theater ticket discounts.
Hamlet starring Jude Law runs through December 6th. Discounts are available for Wednesday matinees and for Tuesday – Thursday evenings (limited availability). Use code HATX1027 at BroadwayOffers.com.
The Royal Family This revival of “Edna Ferber’s 1927 farce about theater people … offers a splendid spread of old-fashioned Broadway pleasures.” TONY Tickets are available for $48 (Mezzanine E-G), $58 (Mezz C-D), and $68 (Orchestra, Premier Circle, Mezz A-B) with $63 tickets for these seats for Wednesday matinees. Use code RFMTE85 at BroadwayOffers.com.
Broke-ology written by Nathan Louis Jackson is running at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, Lincoln Center. Jackson’s play, a family drama with a good dose of humor, is the story of two brothers (one successful, the other broke) who return home and butt heads regarding how best to deal with their ailing father. “Jackson writes with so much verve and pathos that passages practically sing!” Variety Tickets are available for $42.50 using code: BOTW09 at BroadwayOffers.com.
Ragtime, The Musical starts previews tonight. This revival of the musical, originally staged in 1997, based on E.L. Doctorow’s novel, arrives on Broadway straight from a sold-out extended run at the Kennedy Center in Wasthington, DC. Tickets for performances 10/23 – 11/14 are $46. 50 (Mid-Mezzanine) and $64 (Orchestra, Boxes, Front Mezzanine). For 11/17 – 12/24, tickets run $61 (Mid-Mezzanine) and $89 (Orchestra, Boxes, Front Mezzanine). Rear Mezzanine seats are $46.50 for all performances. Use code NYT109 at Ticketmaster.com.
Finian’s Rainbow Set in the mythical southern state of Missitucky, this is the revival of the 1947 classic which pits a charming Irish dreamer and his headstrong daughter against the host of complications that await them in their newly adopted land: a bigoted southern Senator, a credit crisis, a pesky leprechaun and, of course, a complicated love affair that gives birth to some of the most witty, charming and heartfelt songs ever written for the stage. Tickets are $55 for all preview performances throught 10/28. Beginning 10/30 tickets run $59 for Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, and Wednesday matinees, and $75 for Saturday and Sunday. Use code FRNYT106 at BroadwayOffers.com.