The best NYC Cyber Monday theatre ticket deals
The holiday shopping season is in full swing, and just in time for the occasion, TodayTix is here with a Cyber sale so you can buy tickets for every theatre lover on your list. For a limited time, you can get major deals on theatre tickets to some of Broadway’s hottest hits.
If there’s a classic show you’ve wanted to see, or you’re eager to finally be in the audience again now that Broadway has reopened, there’s no better time to get your tickets. Check out our biggest and best Cyber Monday theatre ticket deals for Broadway and Off-Broadway shows below, and click here to discover all the shows you can get great tickets to this Cyber Monday!
Come From Away
Get a ticket to this heartwarming Broadway hit about the small Canadian town of Gander, Newfoundland. On a day that began like any other, the town suddenly doubled its population as thousands of international travelers arrived in the wake of 9/11, and the locals banded together to shelter, feed, and support them. At $49, a ticket is less than a plane ticket to Newfoundland!
Jagged Little Pill
You oughta know that you can get $39 tickets to Jagged Little Pill this Cyber Monday! Experience the story of a “perfect” suburban family, each member battling their own troubles. Diablo Cody’s emotional, Tony Award-winning book is set to the searing songs from Alanis Morissette’s Grammy-winning album and some all-new tracks.
Caroline, or Change
Grab your pocket change to get a ticket for Caroline, or Change, with tickets from only $29. Sharon D Clarke reprises her Olivier Award-winning role as Caroline, the hard-nosed maid of the well-off Gellman family. The Gellmans’ son, Noah, adores Caroline and begins to leave change in his pockets for her to help provide for her family. But what begins as an innocent gesture soon breeds greed and resentment between the Gellmans and Caroline’s own family.
freestyle love supreme
For $39, you can not only see a show — you can be the show. From the mind of Lin-Manuel Miranda before Hamilton and In the Heights, freestyle love supreme is a high-octane improv show fueled by audience suggestions. You can even volunteer for the troupe, which includes a rotating lineup of special guests, to act out your day on stage!
Diana, The Musical
$49 is a royally great price for a ticket to the new musical about The People’s Princess. See the life of Princess Diana unfold on stage, from how she was thrust into a hostile media spotlight to how she used her platform to support those in need — and stick it to her cheating husband in style — ultimately building a lasting legacy.
A Charlie Brown Christmas
If you watch A Charlie Brown Christmas on TV every year, now’s your chance to see it live! Sing carols with the Peanuts gang and watch as they rehearse a Christmas pageant and find out what the true meaning of Christmas is. With two New York productions, one in Manhattan’s Palladium Times Square and at the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center, your whole family can go discover the joy of the holiday close by.
Oh, what a night you’ll have at Jersey Boys! You can’t go back to December 1963 to see Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, but for $49, you can attend the hit musical about their public fame and internal turmoil, set to all the group’s greatest hits including “Oh, What a Night,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” “Walk Like a Man,” “Sherry,” and more.
A Sherlock Carol
Deck the halls with Dickens and Doyle! In this new holiday mystery play, Sherlock Holmes goes to investigate Ebenezer Scrooge’s peculiar death after being hired by Tiny Tim. While working the case on Christmas Eve, the ghosts of past, present, and future visit Holmes as they once did Scrooge. The show is perfect for audiences of all ages interested in a twist on their favorite classic books, or simply in need of a little holiday, er, spirit.
Debra Messing stars in the new Broadway play Birthday Candles, and you don’t have to make a wish to get tickets for $29. The play follows Ernestine Ashworth (Messing) through 84 years of her life, from her 17th birthday to her 101st. In that time, she bakes a single birthday cake the same way her mother taught her while everything else in her life changes, especially her idea of what makes life worth living.
Now’s your chance to groove to all that jazz for only $49. In this modern classic show, the housewife Roxie wants nothing more than to be a star, and she achieves that dream in an unorthodox way: by murdering her lover. With the help of the slick lawyer Billy Flynn, her story gets sensationalized on every newspaper’s front page, and she even strikes up an unlikely friendship with Velma Kelly, the bona fide vaudeville star she’s long admired — and who’s doing time right alongside her.
Clyde’s has all the ingredients for a fun night at the theatre: Uzo Aduba in a starring role, the double Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage as the playwright, laugh-out-loud comedy, and tickets from $49. The formerly incarcerated staff at the titular truck stop sandwich shop all aspire to better lives, but Clyde’s is the only place that will hire them and Clyde herself (Aduba), the owner, won’t let them forget it. Their continued source of hope is their shared quest to create the perfect sandwich.
Booze meets the Bard at Drunk Shakespeare, in which one actor takes five shots of whiskey and attempts to perform a Shakespeare play with four sober actors. Those actors are tasked with keeping the play on track while going along with whatever drunken choices the fifth actor makes. You can order drinks and join the fun, or simply sit back and laugh, for only $29 either way.
Girl From the North Country
Escape New York for a few hours for Duluth, Minnesota at Girl From the North Country. You can get a $39 seat to hear new solo and ensemble arrangements of Bob Dylan’s classic tunes as part of an original story about the owners and guests trying to get by at a 1930s inn. Nineteen Dylan songs are in the show, all played on authentic 1930s instruments to immerse you in a bygone era.
Kimberly is 16, looks 72, and is the title character of a show with tickets that are $49. The new Off-Broadway musical adaptation of David Lindsay-Abaire’s play stars Victoria Clark as a prematurely aging teenager who’s dealing with family troubles, an out-of-hand money scheme, and through it all, a search for happiness. Five-time Tony Award nominee Jeanine Tesori provides the music for this new adaptation of the story.
The Phantom of the Opera
Hearing is believing, music is deceiving…but we’re not deceiving you about $29 The Phantom of the Opera tickets! Experience this modern classic love story, centered on a young opera star caught between her childhood love and a mysterious musician, that has been entrancing Broadway audiences for more than 30 years.
The Play That Goes Wrong
You can’t go wrong with $49 tickets to this madcap hit. See skilled actors do the hardest job of all: playing a hapless amateur theatre troupe struggling to get through the opening night of their new murder mystery play amid missing props, forgotten lines, and a collapsing set.
Thoughts of a Colored Man
If a trip to Thoughts of a Colored Man has been in your own thoughts as of late, now’s a great time to go for $49 a ticket. Keenan Scott II’s new play follows seven Black men during the course of one day in Brooklyn as their lives all intersect. The play shows their hopes, fears, joys, and triumphs through poetry, music, and movement.