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Stephen Sondheim Theatre (formerly Henry Miller's Theatre)

124 West 43rd Street

1 Hour 20 Minutes; No Intermission

October 26, 2010 (Closing: January 2, 2011)

Broadway Play (Family)

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Classic Show Makes Broadway Comeback!

Pee Wee Herman tickets will be on sale for an extended four week on Broadway. The limited-engagement of the highly anticipated stage play was set for to close on December 5, 2010. Producer Scott Sanders made the announcement on August 19 that the silly and cherished fiction comic icon will extend "The Pee-wee Herman Show" through the holidays. The announcement adds 32 performances to the schedule over four weeks with a new close date of January 2, 2011. The recently revised stage show's home is the Stephen Sondheim Theatre where box office ticket sales have been strong.

The demand for the addition of new dates who extend the run come from overall excitement and Pee Wee Herman tickets sales. The character of "Pee'wee" was originally invented and performed on the stage. The original "night club" act was much more raw, steeped heavily in adult orientated humor. Paul Reubens, creator, writer and actor of every incarnation of his beloved character forwent the racy comedy in the way of a more child friendly version which became popular in the 1980's movies and Saturday television series. The anticipated Broadway adaptation, though with a brand new story line than anything previous, will be a family show suitable for all ages.

Extending the performances through the holidays is a delight. The overwhelming popularity for Reubens's creation has seen an immense rise. It is no secret that the television show and movies took the beloved and unique character to the top of television history. The reemergence, however, is staggering. The Cartoon Network recently re-aired the "Pee-wee's Playhouse" series in 2006. It gained a nightly audience of 1.5 million viewers. TV Guide the next year put the show among the top 10 cult classics in telly history. All prompting Reubens to take "The Pee-wee Herman Show" back to the stage at the Club Nokia @ L.A. LIVE, which opened on January 12, 2010. The show was initially scheduled to open in November at the Music Box @ Fonda but due to ticket sales, which far exceeded expectations was moved to the larger venue. The well-received string of Los Angeles appearances laid the ground work for the Broadway production which is produced by Scott Sanders (“The Color Purple”) and directed by Alex Timbers (“Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson”).

57 year old Reubens is reported to be extremely excited to put on the red bow-tie for Broadway. The original "The Pee-wee Herman Show" was invented as a stage show with the writing and acting of fellow Groundlings alumni Phil Hartman and John Paragon. The early run was taken out for a national tour which sold out New York City's Carnegie Hall. The recent production promises to mix together all which everyone fell in love with from the original stage act, movies and television show. It will present an entirely fresh storyline about Pee-wee’s hopes to fly like the pterodactyl Pterri. It will bring back many of the most recognized characters from "The Playhouse" such as including Cowboy Curtis, Chairry, Miss Yvonne and Jambi. The Pee-wee Herman Show is written by Paul Reubens and Bill Steinkellner and features additional material by John Paragon. The extended run presents a great opportunity to get Pee Wee Herman tickets and capture the side-splitting riotous humor with the family during the holidays!

Tickets Information

Pee Wee Herman tickets for Broadway are running between $62.00 and $127.00. Premium seats and sold out shows are running between $129.00 and $250.00. You can view our great selection of Pee Wee Herman tickets online by clicking the link!

Show Times

Sat & Sun 2pm

Tue & Sun7pm
Wed through Sat 8pm


Take the A/C/E trains to 42nd Street or the 1/2/3 trains to 42nd St Times Square and then walk north to 43rd Street.


Paul Reubens - Pee-wee Herman
Lynne Marie Stewart - Miss Yvonne
John Moody - Mailman Mike
John Paragon - Jambi The Genie
Jesse Garcia - Sergio The Handyman
Phil LaMarr - Cowboy Curtis
Josh Meyers
Drew Powell
Lance Roberts


Direction - Alex Timbers
Scenic Design - David Korins
Costume Design - Ann Closs-Farley
Lighting Design - Jeff Croiter
Sound Design - M.L. Dogg
Music - Jay Cotton
Puppet Design - Basil Twist
Design Consultant - Jimmy Cuomo
Projection Design - Jake Pinholster
Book - Paul Reubens and Bill Steinkellner, with additional material by John Paragon

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