Get $35 Rush tickets to ‘How I Learned to Drive’ in New York on TodayTix
More than 20 years after Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer-winning play How I Learned to Drive premiered off Broadway, its original team — stars Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse, and director Mark Brokaw — are once again the drivers for its Broadway debut. Parker plays Li’l Bit, a now-grown woman coming to terms with her childhood memories, all of which are tainted by her Uncle Peck’s (Morse) sexual abuse of her. Though her driving lessons in particular became a source of trauma, How I Learned to Drive is also a story of how Li’l Bit learns to retake the wheel of her own life. With the TodayTix Rush program, you can see this searing drama for $35 as it drives onto Broadway.
Find out how to get Rush tickets to How I Learned to Drive below!
How to get Rush tickets to How I Learned to Drive in New York
To get $35 Rush tickets to How I Learned to Drive, download the TodayTix app. The app is available on all iOS and Android devices.
At 10 a.m. each performance day, a limited number of Rush tickets will become available on a first-come, first-served basis. Rush tickets are same-day seats for that afternoon or evening’s performance, available at an exclusive low price.
To access Rush tickets, you need to “unlock” Rush in the TodayTix app before the Rush opens. Go to the How I Learned to Drive page in the TodayTix app and select “Unlock now.” Share that you’ve unlocked Rush on social media to support the show!
Rush tickets can sell out quickly, so you’ll want to be on the app at 10 a.m. for the best chance of securing Rush tickets. You can set an alert to be notified when Rush opens each day.