All the Cyber Monday theatre deals you can get in New York
Cyber Monday is the best time to get a head start on buying your holiday gifts, and theatre tickets are no exception. You can treat everyone on your shopping list — and even yourself! — without breaking the bank anytime of the year on TodayTix, but our Cyber Sale offers some of the year’s best prices for Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.
We’ve rounded up all the ticket deals you can find on TodayTix during our Cyber Sale for a limited time only. From classic Broadway musicals to new Off-Broadway plays and everything in between, there’s something for everyone.
Broadway Cyber Sale deals
You can get deals on tickets to more than 25 Broadway shows with our Cyber Sale this year. Get a ticket to rock out to iconic pop tunes at Ain’t Too Proud, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, American Utopia, and more. See star-studded premieres of new plays like Trouble in Mind or Birthday Candles. Or see a classic musical-theatre favorite like The Phantom of the Opera or Chicago — there are plenty of possibilities.
Come From Away
For just $49 a ticket, it’s easy to come from anywhere to see Come From Away. For nearly five years, the musical has touched Broadway audiences with the story of a Canadian town’s generosity toward global plane passengers in the aftermath of 9/11.
Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations
$39 tickets to Ain’t Too Proud will have you on cloud nine! Get ready to see the story of Motown’s cornerstone band, from their musical triumphs to the disputes that nearly broke them up, brought to life with all The Temptations’ greatest hits.
See a whole new world for $29 with Aladdin on Broadway, featuring all the songs from the beloved Disney film including “Friend Like Me,” “Prince Ali,” and “A Whole New World.”
Jagged Little Pill
You’ll fall head over feet for $39 tickets to Jagged Little Pill. All the hit songs from Alanis Morissette’s Grammy-winning album feature in the story of the suburban Healy family, whose members struggle with mental illness, addiction, and their identities beneath a facade of perfection.
Caroline, or Change
See Olivier Award winner Sharon D Clarke star in a rousing revival of Caroline, or Change. The musical traces the tensions between the wealthy Gellman family and their tough Black housemaid, who reluctantly accepts pocket change from the family’s son to provide for her own children. At $29, tickets to this stirring show are available for all but pocket change.
Slave Play made history as the most Tony-nominated play ever, and the show is back for a second Broadway engagement. Three interracial couples attend therapy to solve their waning attraction to each other, but all is not as it seems in the room. Get tickets from $29.
freestyle love supreme
It’s pretty neat and pretty fine — you can get freestyle tickets from $39! After a hit Broadway run in 2019, the FLS troupe is back with their energetic improv show. The group makes up songs, scenes, and intricate musical numbers from audience suggestions of topics, words, and even true stories from their lives. You could go more than once and never see the same show twice, and you may even catch a special guest performer, like FLS co-founder Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Diana, The Musical
If you’ve seen The Crown and Spencer and can’t get enough of the story of Princess Diana, you can see her life unfold onstage for $49. After marrying into the royal family at 19 and finding herself under constant scrutiny in public and private, she learns to use her platform for social good — and to create an independent legacy separate from her unfaithful husband.
Moulin Rouge! The Musical
What could be more spectacular (spectacular) than $69 tickets to Moulin Rouge! The Musical? Baz Luhrmann’s lavish film about lovers and performers in Bohemian Paris is on stage, with all the classic pop songs featured in the movie plus dozens of contemporary tunes.
To Kill a Mockingbird
The story of the lawyer Atticus Finch and his defense of an innocent Black man, as told by his six-year-old daughter Scout, is brought to life in Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s classic novel. Get tickets from $29.
The Book of Mormon
Say hello to $59 tickets to The Book of Mormon! Join the congregation of audiences at this irreverent comedy about Mormon missionaries tasked with converting a remote African village.
The Lehman Trilogy
After acclaimed runs off Broadway and in London, The Lehman Trilogy is on Broadway with tickets from $59. The epic three-part play chronicles the rise and fall of the Lehman Brothers financial firm, told as a family drama between the three founding brothers and the sons who became their heirs.
Go way down to Hadestown for only $49. Greek mythology comes to life in Anaïs Mitchell’s musical, which sets two classical love stories — Orpheus and Eurydice’s and Hades and Persephone’s — to folk and jazz music in a modern industrial landscape.
If you wished for $29 Broadway tickets when you blew out your birthday candles, you’re in luck! Debra Messing stars in this new play about growing up and reevaluating what makes life worth living at every turn.
The name on everybody’s lips is gonna be yours when you get $49 Chicago tickets for all your theatre-loving friends. Witness the story of Roxie Hart, a wannabe vaudeville star-turned-murderess whose suave lawyer manipulates the press and makes her into a celebrity from inside her prison cell. At 25 years old and counting, the musical has become one of Broadway’s longest-running shows.
Uzo Aduba is serving up a wickedly delicious performance in Lynn Nottage’s new comedy, Clyde’s, set at a truck stop sandwich shop whose formerly incarcerated staff are dreaming of building better sandwiches and even better lives. Get tickets from $49.
Phone rings, door chimes, in comes Company with $59 tickets! Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone headline the revival of Stephen Sondheim’s show about a 35-year-old bachelorette facing pressure to settle down.
David Byrne’s American Utopia
“Byrne” down the house at American Utopia, the theatrical concert featuring Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee David Byrne sharing stories and singing his hit songs alongside an 11-piece band. Get tickets from $45.
Dear Evan Hansen
You will be found at Dear Evan Hansen now that you can get $69 tickets. See the story of a young high school outcast who gets himself tangled in a messy lie but starts a social movement in the process.
Flying Over Sunset
Take the (theatre) trip of your life for only $29. Flying Over Sunset takes Aldous Huxley, Clare Boothe Luce, and Cary Grant, three historical figures who all experimented with LSD, and imagines: What would it be like if they all did it together?
Girl From the North Country
The sign on the window says you can get $39 tickets to Girl From the North Country! Bob Dylan’s catalog underscores an original story set in his hometown of Duluth, Minnesota, where a family and the guests at their inn change each other’s lives.
$39 tickets to Mrs. Doubtfire are on the way, dears! In the musical comedy adaptation of the beloved film, a devoted dad, now separated from his wife, takes desperate measures to spend time with his kids. By posing as an elderly nanny and taking the name Mrs. Doubtfire, he ends up bringing the family closer than ever.
The Phantom of the Opera
If The Phantom of the Opera is there inside your mind, $29 tickets will easily get you there inside his theatre. The treacherous romance between the Phantom and the opera singer Christine is the longest-running show in Broadway history.
Phylicia Rashad stars in the Broadway premiere of Skeleton Crew, with tickets from $39. The workers at Detroit’s last auto plant look out for each other when their higher-ups won’t, but the impending closure of their plant tests everyone’s loyalties.
Thoughts of a Colored Man
Seven Black men meet on one day in Brooklyn in Thoughts of a Colored Man. Their lives and stories intersect in all sorts of ways, and through music, dance, and poetry, the men reveal their deepest fears, greatest hopes, and personal victories. Tickets to this nuanced portrait of Black manhood are available from $49.
Trouble in Mind
Sixty-five years later than planned, Alice Childress’s play is finally on Broadway with $29 tickets. LaChanze stars as a veteran Black actress who lands a Broadway role that could be her big break, but the all-white male leadership’s hostile rehearsal environment makes her question whether it’s worth it.
It’s certainly not a bad idea to grab Waitress tickets while they’re $59! Featuring songs by Grammy Award winner Sara Bareilles, Waitress follows the pie chef Jenna, whose skills are only put to use for the patrons of a small-town diner — that is, until she hears about a pie-baking contest with a hefty cash prize. Newly pregnant and desperate to escape her loveless marriage, Jenna sees the contest as her ticket to a better life for her and her unborn child.
Off-Broadway Cyber Sale deals
Explore the vast world of New York theatre beyond Broadway for a great price. You can be one of the first people to see a new musical like Black No More, get in the holiday spirit with a show like Nutcracker Rouge or A Charlie Brown Christmas, give yourself a night to wear your nicest outfit with a night at the opera, and much more.
For $25, you can get tickets for a night at the opera for the whole family. A new version of the classic rags-to-riches fairytale, performed in English, continues the Met’s yearly holiday tradition of mounting abridged operas for even young audiences.
The Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice often centers on Orpheus, who journeys to the underworld to rescue his lover from the dead. Now, this new operatic take retells the story from Eurydice’s point of view. Get tickets from $31.
Le Nozze di Figaro
Mozart’s comic opera is back at the Met, showing one “day of madness” in the court of the Countess Rosina, in which the skirt-chasing Count is trying to delay Figaro’s marriage to his fiancée. Get tickets from $30.
The Magic Flute
Mozart’s enchanting fairytale offers a holiday opera experience suited for all ages. The brave Tamino is sent to rescue the fair Pamina and bring her back to the Queen of the Night, but the two discover that the Queen’s nemesis is actually wise and virtuous.
Tony Award-winning director Bartlett Sher directs an all-new production of Giuseppe Verdi’s classic opera, with tickets from $30. Now set in 1920s Europe, the action is set in motion by a curse placed on the promiscuous Duke of Mantua and his court jester Rigoletto, who eggs on his pursuits.
Floria Tosca is one of opera’s most famous divas, and you can see her come to life for $30. She is caught between her lover Cavaradossi and the corrupt police chief Scarpia, who schemes to convict Cavaradossi of a crime and take Tosca for himself.
A Charlie Brown Christmas
The classic Christmas TV special comes to life on stage in A Charlie Brown Christmas. Join the Peanuts gang as they put on a Christmas play and discover the true meaning of the holiday. Vince Guaraldi’s classic score is supplemented with new songs, and the audience even gets to carol with the Peanuts after the final bow.
Oh, what a night you’ll have at Jersey Boys after getting $49 tickets! The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons features all the group’s biggest hits including “Sherry,” “Walk Like a Man,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” “Oh, What a Night,” and many more.
Hear the rhythm of New York for only $25. Stomp is a nontraditional music-and-dance show where all the beats are played on nontraditional objects — think garbage cans, brooms, buckets, and pans — to show that everyone and everything has a little rhythm.
A Sherlock Carol
You don’t have to go sleuthing for tickets to A Sherlock Carol when we have them for $29. In this comedic mashup of classic literature, an adult Tiny Tim enlists Sherlock Holmes to investigate the death of Ebenezer Scrooge.
Black No More
George S. Schuyler’s Harlem Renaissance-era satire, about a Black man who turns himself white with the help of a futuristic machine, is now a musical. Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter wrote the music and lyrics in addition to starring, and the book is by 12 Years a Slave screenwriter John Ridley. Get tickets from $30.
If you like classic plays, booze, or both, Drunk Shakespeare has you covered. For $29, see a troupe of five actors perform a Shakespeare play, one of whom has had five whiskey shots. You can order drinks of your own as part of the experience, too.
Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s 2003 play is now an opera, centered around a Black woman who moves to New York to live an independent life, only to fall into a forbidden romance with an Orthodox Jewish man. You can see this new take on Nottage’s work for $59.
Is There Still Sex in the City?
We can tell you that there are $29 tickets in the city, but only Candace Bushnell can answer the titular question in her new solo show. The “OG Carrie Bradshaw,” whose life inspired Sex and the City, shares a new set of stories about looking for love in the 21st century after divorce.
Victoria Clark stars in the titular role of Kimberly Akimbo, about a teenager with a premature aging disease who’s got even more troubles than that. The new musical adaptation of David Lindsay-Abaire’s play has tickets from $49.
Nutcracker Rouge offers a night out where adults can get into the holiday spirit. For $49, watch a burlesque, opera, and circus take on the classic Nutcracker tale while enjoying signature cocktails, champagne, and other treats.
The Play That Goes Wrong
You can’t go wrong with a $49 ticket to a show that’s been delighting New York audiences for nearly five years. An amateur acting troupe is set to finally open their new murder mystery play — if they can find their missing props, fix the falling set, and remember their lines.
Prayer for the French Republic
For $41.50, see Joshua Harmon’s world-premiere play about five generations of a French-Jewish family. A couple and their great-grandchildren ponder the same question 70 years apart: “Are we safe?”
Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Adaptation
Journey to the Hundred Acre Wood for only $29! Theatre Row has been transformed into the beloved forest, where Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger, and all their friends are going on a new adventure. The sets, story, and life-size puppetry are sure to delight audiences of all ages.
Trevor: The Musical
In this new musical adaptation of the Academy Award-winning short film, 13-year-old Trevor is an outcast among his peers: he’s a gay, Diana Ross-obsessed theatre kid. The show sees Trevor finding his voice and coming into his own as he fully accepts himself for who he is.
Speakeasy – Times Square
Speakeasy serves up a one-of-a-kind night of entertainment and eats at the Bond 45 restaurant in the Theatre District. A ticket, available from $75, includes circus, burlesque, and musical performances, five signature cocktails, and an appetizer.