Broadway shows to see for under $99
It’s time for the TodayTix’s first 100K Seat Sale! Every night, between all of New York’s venues, there are thousands of theatre seats available every night — and they’re waiting for you. Now through May 26, we’ve got tons of Off-Broadway and Broadway ticket deals to over 70 shows.
You can see Broadway musicals, hit Off-Broadway comedies, Tony Award nominees, and more. So if you’ve been waiting for the right time to rally your friends for a night out or surprise your family with theatre tickets, now is the time. We’ve got lots of shows with great seats under $99, so check them out below! For even more Broadway show ticket deals, check out our roundups of Broadway shows under $50 and Off-Broadway shows under $50.
MJ The Musical
If you’re looking for a thriller of a Broadway experience that will make you feel like you’re at a Michael Jackson concert, see MJ The Musical. Nothing can beat it — or the $59 ticket price. The 10-time Tony-nominated musical sees Jackson rehearsing for his 1992 Dangerous World Tour, where each of his hit songs brings back memories of his life and career thus far. Expect all your favorite Jackson songs, spectacular dancing, and a performance from Tony nominee Myles Frost that will make you think you’ve seen Jackson come back to life.
Moulin Rouge! The Musical
You can-can-can get Moulin Rouge! The Musical tickets from $59 right now! Spend a night in turn-of-the-century Paris and see a love story for the ages: that between the writer Christian and the courtesan Satine at the titular nightclub. If you love Baz Luhrmann’s film, Moulin Rouge! The Musical makes the story even grander, with tons of contemporary pop songs, sultry dancing, and lavish, colorful design.
A night at a real Plaza Hotel suite goes for hundreds. But a night at Plaza Suite starts at $79 — and Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are included. The real-life celebrity couple play three fictional ones in Neil Simon’s farce, a different in each act. See them play spouses on the outs, former high school sweethearts reuniting, and frantic parents of a terrified bride in this hilarious show. You’ll have a “suite” time!
If all you wanna do is see a high-energy, feminist, eight-time Tony-nominated pop musical, then you’ve got to get down to Six. For just $99, see Henry VIII’s six wives like you never have before: as pop stars. With catchy songs inspired by modern music icons, they share their stories of their stints as Henry’s wife, and whoever had it the worst will lead their girl group. But this competition isn’t all it seems — and neither are the Queens, who are so much more than words in the “divorced, beheaded, died…” rhyme.
The Book of Mormon
Hello! Our name is TodayTix, and we would like to share with you this most amazing ticket deal! This heavenly musical comedy has been making audiences laugh like hell since 2011. The Book of Mormon centers on two Mormon elders whose mission to convert the locals of a Ugandan village proves tough. This Tony-winning show may be about religion, but being from the creators of South Park, expect plenty of irreverent humor and heart.
“Sit down, John!” Sit down in a Broadway theatre seat, that is, for the latest revival of 1776 on Broadway. If that lyric sounds familiar to you from Hamilton, then go see the show it came from. 1776 is also set around the American Revolution and focuses on John Adams’s campaign to get the Declaration of Independence written and signed. Though most of the characters are men, this revival is being performed by a cast of female, non-binary, and transgender performers. 1776 doesn’t open until the fall, but now’s the time to get your $59 ticket early before they’re hard to get!
You’re going to want to grab your $60 tickets to this show now — James Ijames just won the Pulitzer Prize for Fat Ham, and it’s sure to be a smoking hot ticket! The show takes Hamlet and sets it in a Southern barbecue, where a Black, queer college kid named Juicy wonders if violence is the only way to avenge his father’s murder.
Roaring Twenties, meet 2020s. If you’re itching for some old-fashioned glamour, then Broadway Speakeasy is the perfect night out. Dress up to spend an evening in the Paradise Club, a lavish and intimate venue in the EDITION hotel that’ll make you forget you’re in the middle of Times Square. As you enjoy food and drinks curated by a Michelin-starred chef, hear a live jazz band and a Broadway singer perform new arrangements of hits from jazz greats: Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald, Bing Crosby, and more.
Little Shop of Horrors
Go down to Skid Row for just $59! The cult classic horror comedy Little Shop of Horrors follows a flower shop worker who stumbles on an unusual (read: flesh-eating) plant and agrees to feed its appetite in exchange for fame and fortune. Pitch Perfect star Skylar Astin is the latest to become suddenly Seymour (following Conrad Ricamora, pictured above)!
Alex Edelman: Just For Us
We’ve got $52 tickets to Just For Us, just for you. Comedian Alex Edelman has already sold out two runs of his stand-up show in New York, and he’s back for a third run at the Greenwich House Theater. In Just For Us, he shares how he received anti-Semitic hate online from local white nationalists and decided to infiltrate a meeting they were hosting nearby. The show has some serious messages about race and empathy, but Edelman provides tons of laughter, too.
The Play That Goes Wrong
This may be The Play That Goes Wrong, but a $59 ticket to see it is just so right. Professional actors play amateur actors on the opening night of their new murder mystery play, but an even bigger challenge than putting on a good play is putting on the play at all. Props go missing and so do the actors, sets fall down, and every other mishap you can imagine happens. The Play That Goes Wrong is madcap comedy at its finest.
His Dark Materials star Jade Anouka is also a writer, and she’s making her playwriting debut in New York with the solo show Heart. She talks about her experience getting married and divorced at age 28 and her journey to find love again, which required her to confront and overcome her self-imposed limitations. This show is bound to tug on your heartstrings, and tickets start at $59.