Broadway Week Offers Two Weeks of Great Seats at Great Bargains
By: Ellis Nassour
NYC & Company, the city’s official marketing, tourism and partnership organization, is presenting Broadway Week, where you receive one free ticket to a Broadway show for each ticket purchased, September 1-14. There will be 21 shows participating. Purchase at any nycgo.com/broadwayweek, where service fees apply or go directly to box offices. You will also find a full list of shows and times. Tickets are subject to availability, and some blackout dates may apply.
"There’s no better time to see a Broadway show than during Broadway Week," says Fred Dixon, NYC & Company president and CEO, "and with the advantage of a two-for-one offer."
Broadway League executive director Charlotte St. Martin adds, "Broadway performances are every day and at multiple curtain times to accommodate every schedule. Savvy theatergoers know Broadway Week two-for-one offer is a great value. It’s the perfect time to see that show you’ve been meaning to catch or to return to a favorite."
Participating shows include the Tony-winning A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, long-running Best Musicals Kinky Boots, Jersey Boys, Les Miserable’s, The Lion King, Once, Wicked, and Broadway’s longest-running show The Phantom of the Opera. In addition, there are Tony nominees Aladdin, Mamma Mia! and Matilda; and Best Revivals Cabaret, Chicago, and Pippin. New shows on the roster are The Country House, This is Our Youth, and You Can’t Take It with You. Also joining the promotion are Cinderella, If/Then, Motown, and Rock of Ages.
Consumers can also enter the Official Broadway Week Sweepstakes, powered by Audience Rewards, for the opportunity to win dinner at Victor’s Cafe and tickets to a Broadway show of their choice for the winner and five friends. Amtrak Guest Rewards members can also take advantage of earning 100 Amtrak Guest Rewards points per Broadway Week ticket purchased.
Broadway Week is produced by NYC & Company in partnership with The Broadway League, American Express, AARP, Amtrak, NBC 4 New York, and Radio Disney.