Broadway is Back and Has Huge Discounts!

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With Hurricane Sandy’s after-effects still lingering in the New York area, Broadway is back to its regularly scheduled performances.

And, some of the shows are having huge discounts.

The producers of Chaplin announced a special “buy one get one free” offer for tickets at every price level for performances tonight at 7:00PM and Friday at 8:00PM. This offer is available to anyone who purchases tickets for these performances at the Barrymore Theatre box office only.

The Tony Award winning musical comedy Nice Work If You Can Get It has announced a special post-hurricane rush ticket offer for performances today and Friday, November 2. Residents from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and other states affected by the storm (NY / NJ / CT / RI / MA / NH / VT / ME / PA / DE/ MD / VA / WV / NC) can present a valid photo i.d. in person at the Imperial Theatre box office beginning at 10 a.m. on the day of their preferred performance to purchase $37 tickets. Two tickets can be purchased per i.d. and seats are subject to availability.

The Performers, the new comedy set against the backdrop of the adult film industry and starring Cheyenne Jackson, Ari Graynor, Alicia Silverstone and Henry Winkler, has a ‘Sandy Special’ tonight at $29.50. $29.50??

Also, because of the storm, Dead Accounts, a comedy starring Norbert Leo Butz, Katie Holmes and Judy Greer, will now begin previews on Monday, November 5 at the Music Box Theatre. The delay of one performance will not impact the previously announced opening of Thursday, November 29.

And finally, nothing will stop The Heiress‘ opening night. The show, starring Academy Award nominee Jessica Chastain, Academy Award nominee and Emmy Award winner David Strathairn, Dan Stevens and Tony Award winner Judith Ivey, will open tonight as planned. 

Now go and buy some cheap tickets!

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