How To Find Some Great Come And Gone Tickets?

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Belasco Theater

111 West 44th Street

Two hours and 40 minutes, including one intermission

April 16th, 2009 (Closing Jun 14th, 2009)

Broadway Play (Drama)

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Wed & Sat 2pm
Sun 3pm

Evening: Tue through Sat 8pm

Joe Turner’s latest Broadway production is now being staged at a theater near you. If you too are in search for some great come and gone tickets then this is the right place to start. But before we move on to the various ways to procure some tickets, let us know some more about this classic play.

Joe Turners Come And Gone - Synopsis

Joe Turners Come and Gone is a production by the Lincoln Center Theater. It is written by Tony Award winner August Wilson and directed by Bartlett Sher. The play first premiered in 1988 at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Connecticut. Back then the play had won the Tony Award for the Best Play as well as the New York Drama Critics Circle Award.

The play has opened again at the Belasco Theater and some great come and gone tickets are now open for sale. The story is set in 1911 in a Pittsburgh boarding house. It is a story about a man, Herald Loomis who after serving seven years of labor receives freedom. He, along with his young daughter, sets out north in search for his wife. They arrive at the Pittsburgh boarding house that is owned by Seth and Bertha.

Seth and Bertha are the warmest hosts you could ever come across; in fact you’ll realize that you too are a part of their warm kitchen all along the play. The boarding house apart from the owners is full of memorable characters, all of whom help Herald in his journey to attain self-realization.

Joe Turners Come And Gone - Tickets

You too can get an access to this heart-wrenching brilliant play if you book your Come and Gone tickets now. Let us now move on to know some convenient options to help you find some excellent seats.

The first option is obviously the box office venue. However, this option is a rather improbable one as all you might come across would be a sold-out sign.

Your next step should be to contact some auction sites over the Internet. Sites like eBay sell some excellent tickets and you could be the lucky one if you can locate them. However, you must also understand that auction sites are likely to sell the tickets at a much higher price. So buy your come and gone tickets through an auction site only if you are too desperate.You can also register with online forums to locate some great theater seating. Here you would require wording your desperation in the best possible manner. If none of the above mentioned ticket seeking methods helps, contact an online ticketing agency to make your ticket bookings.

Come and Gone tickets are available in plenty with online ticketing agencies. So locating the right ones for you should not be a problem. However, make sure that you pick a reputable service to make your booking experience a pleasant one. Also determine that the site you pick is safe and encrypted. This would ensure that your transactions remain protected.

Once you have found the right online ticketing agency, ask them for the show schedule and the price listings. Locate the show you wish to see and select the Come and Gone tickets from the huge tickets inventory presented before you.

Act fast or you might miss this classic show for ever.

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