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Broadway play tickets for popular plays are always at a premium, and are booked much in advance, in most cases. Through certain reliable sources, such as ours, you can obtain Broadway play tickets for premium plays even on the day of the play. Through our reliable sources, can help you get the Broadway play tickets for the play of your choice, and for the show of your choice. We are your most reliable and reputed one-stop shop for all your ticketing needs for all the New York plays, including Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway plays.
New York City has close to forty legitimate theaters, and there are many more known as Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway theaters. The latter two categories have smaller seating capacity in comparison to that in theaters on Broadway. Off-Broadway theaters have a seating capacity between 100 and 499, whereas the Off-Off-Broadway theaters have a seating capacity of less then 100. Even with so many theaters showing a large variety of plays, Broadway play tickets are not so easy to obtain, unless you know how. Plays In New York
Have a look at some of the plays currently showing in TheatersThe Phantom of the Opera - Opened January 26 1988, and in January 2006, with its 7,486th performance, became the longest running play in New York, surpassing Cats, which until then held the honor. Showing at the Majestic Theater, The Phantom of the Opera is directed by Harold Prince, and choreographed by Gillian Lynne. Tickets cost between $20 and $90.
Jersey Boys – Opened on Nov 6, 2005 at the newly renamed August Wilson Theater. This runaway smash hit musical has been directed by Des McAnuff and choreographed by Sergio Trujillo. Tickets cost between $96 and $112.
Mamma Mia – Opened on Oct 18, 2001 at Winter Garden Theater, this musical love story, based on the music of the Swedish pop group ABBA, has broken every known British box office record since its opening at London's Prince Edward Theatre in April 1999. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd and choreographed by Anthony Van Laast on Broadway, this hit musical has the popular ABBA hit ‘Money, Money, Money.’
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