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Venue:
Al Hirschfeld Theater

Address:
302 West 45th Street

Length:
2 hours 45 minutes with one 15 minute intermission

Opened:
September 18, 2008

Category:
Broadway Musical

History :: Now Playing :: Schedule :: Reviews

Schedule

Matinee:
Wed & Sat 2pm
Sun 3pm

Evening:
Tue 7pm
Wed through Sat 8pm


A Tale of Two Cities tickets are up for sale for the Broadway production. A Tale of Two Cities is a classic story that has now been transformed into a musical. This brave effort has been undertaken by Jill Santoriello, who has also written the book, lyrics and music for the show.

Jill Santoriello has done a wonderful job and her work has been compared to Les Miz. A Tale of Two Cities tickets will let you watch this great classical story in a whole new format.

The Story

It will take you back to the time of the French Revolution. The Tale of Two Cities, the novel, was written by Charles Dickens in 1859. It is a classic love story set against the backdrop of the French Revolution. It is a story about injustice, love and revenge. The story begins with the release of Dr. Manette after spending seventeen long years in solitary confinement. He is reunited with his daughter Lucie and together the family makes a long journey from France to England.

While making the journey to England, the family faces many obstacles. Tale of Two Cities above all is a story about two men who love the same woman, Lucie. And Santoriello does a wonderful job of portraying this love story in her musical.

A Tale of Two Cities tickets were available for the preview at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on August 19, 2008. The musical officially started on September 18, 2008. The musical stars Aaron Lazar and James Barbour in the lead roles.

Cast Members

Barbour essays the role of Sydney Carlton in the musical. The character Sydney Carton is a depressed attorney who is defending Charles Darnay and in the process falls in love with his wife, Lucie. Barbour was also seen in the Florida production last year. He is most remembered for his role as Rochester in the musical Jane Eyre. His last Broadway appearance was in 2004 in The Assassins.

Aaron Lazar essays the role of Charles Darnay. Lazar is best known for his role as Enjorlas in the revival of Les Miserables. For this role he was also nominated for a Drama Desk Award in the category of Outstanding Feature Actor in a Musical.

Other cast members include Brandi Burkhardt as Lucie Manette, Craig Bennett as Jerry Cruncher, Michael Hayward-Jones as Jarvis Lorry, Katherine McGarth as Miss Pross, Les Minski as Marquis St Evermonder, Natalie Toro as Madame Defarge and Nick Wyman as John Barsad.

The sale of A Tale of Two Cities tickets goes on to prove that this is a story that has stood the test of time. It is a universal love story that is still relevant today. The musical tells this beautiful love story in a fresh new way that the audiences have loved. Its intriguing music has mesmerized audience everywhere.

A Tale of Two Cities tickets are available online. Buy your tickets through an authorized ticket broker to ensure that you get genuine tickets at very competitive rates. Buying tickets online is easy. You can view the sitting chart to select the tickets that you would like. All your financial information is taken in an encrypted format and so you do not have to worry about it falling into the wrong hands. The tickets are delivered within 24 hours, depending upon the availability of the tickets. The tickets are delivered at the billing address and that is what makes the whole process so convenient.





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