Show tunes stuck in your head today? We don’t blame you. Last night’s 64th annual Tony Awards kept us glued to the television too. We could not help but let our inner theatre-lovers sing along with the music and adore host Sean Hayes.
We thought musicals were just for our grandparents, but we can’t wait to see Green Day’s “American Idiot” or Denzel Washington in "Fences." Too bad two mezzanine tickets to see Best Musical winner “Memphis” will set you back a whopping $316.00! To keep yourself cultured and still hang onto your cash, we recommend you look into discount Broadway tickets.
For starters, you can easily find Discount Codes on the web for most shows when purchasing tickets. Don’t mind waiting in line? You can usually find discount Broadway tickets at one of the three TKTS tickets stands in New York City for performances that day. If you have or know someone with children, you should also consider Kid’s Night on Broadway. On a scheduled evening during the year, typically in February, anyone ages 6-18 can see a Broadway show free of charge as long as they go with a full-paying adult. Kids get to dine free that evening at specific Times Square restaurants, and parents get discounted parking fares. A fabulous deal overall!
Get more highlights from last night’s show at the official website for the American Theatre Wing’s Tony Awards.
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