12 Tony Nominees To See For Under $50
Going to the theater doesn’t have to be expensive, and right now, you can see some of this season’s hottest Tony nominees for the same price as a boozy brunch. Some tickets are even as low as $35 – that’s basically the cost of a movie. But these prices won’t last for long. As soon as the statues are handed out on June 9, prices will skyrocket. So get tix to this year’s Tony Award nominees now.
Be More Chill
You don’t need a super-computer embedded in your brain to score tickets to this show about a lonely high school student who swallows a pill to become popular. The show is nominated for Joe Iconis’s earworm-infused score, and you can get tickets for $49.
Get tickets to “Be More Chill.”
A three-hour play for $49? That’s basically $15 an hour. Add in a real baby, a live goose, a bunny, and a 21-person cast and you have one of the most thrillingly theatrical epics currently on Broadway. Bonus: It’s nominated for nine Tony Awards.
Your tickets to your own prom probably cost more than tickets to see “The Prom” on Broadway. This original new musical about a rag-tag group of Broadway stars who descend on a small town to save prom will pull at your heartstrings. Tickets are only $49 to see this Best Musical nominee.
A-list actors and A+ drama unite in this stunning production of Lanford Wilson’s play, starring Adam Driver and Keri Russell. With Tony nominations for Best Revival of a Play, Best Actor in a Play for Driver, and Best Featured Actor in a Play for Brandon Uranowitz, this production is a must-see. Enter for a chance to win $39 Lottery tickets, or get tickets from $49.
What the Constitution Means to Me
Heidi Schreck‘s personal exploration of the Constitution has set Broadway ablaze, as she discusses topical issues from immigration to abortion. Schreck is a double nominee for her performance and her writing, and you can score tickets to the timely production for only $49.
All My Sons
This Tony-nominated revival of Arthur Miller’s landmark play stars acting heavyweights Tracy Letts, Annette Bening, and Benjamin Walker, and the tensions that run through the play feel as timely today as they did in 1947. Unlock Rush for your chance to purchase $35 Rush tickets at 10AM on each performance day. Single tickets start at $59.
Kiss Me, Kate
This revival of the Cole Porter classic is too darn hot. Starring Kelli O’Hara and Will Chase, the production is nominated for four Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical and Best Actress in a Musical for \ O’Hara. Catch these Tony-nominated dance steps for only $39 with Rush tickets. Unlock Rush for your chance to purchase these exclusively priced tickets at 10AM on each performance day.
Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus
Taylor Mac’s inventive sequel to Shakespeare’s first tragedy comments on class and privilege, as two cleaners attempt to mop up the bloody tragedy. Nominated for seven Tony Awards including Best Play, “Gary” brings heart and humor to the stage. Tickets are just $39!
You’ve never seen Rupert Murdoch like this. Bertie Carvel stars in a Tony-nominated turn as the media mogul opposite Jonny Lee Miller as editor Larry Lamb in this electrifying play straight from the West End. Unlock Rush tickets for your chance to purchase $35 tickets at 10AM each performance day.
Hillary and Clinton
The star power onstage is hard to beat in this reimagining of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign. Theater titans Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow star as the titular characters, and although it’s set in an alternate universe, you just might wonder how true it is. Tickets start at $39.
Ain’t Too Proud
There is no begging necessary when it comes to $49 tickets to the Temptations musical. You’ll be singing hits like “My Girl” and “Get Ready” long after you leave the theater. Rediscover this landmark popular group in this Best Musical nominee.
The classic movie comes to thrilling live onstage in this new musical that features a puppet unlike anything seen onstage before. With 14 performers handling the 20-feet, 2,000-pound beast, Kong is the new star of Broadway. See the spectacle for $49.
Shakespeare’s tragedy features a different kind of king, portrayed by the indomitable Glenda Jackson. Make sure to act fast if you want to catch this show — the curtain falls for the last time on June 9. Need more motivation? Tickets are only $35.