How to Get $25 Lottery Tickets to See Greta Gerwig and Oscar Isaac in ‘Three Sisters’
Whether you’re a huge “Star Wars” or “Little Women” fan or you’re a devoted Off-Broadway theatergoer, you’ve probably seen Oscar Isaac and Greta Gerwig onstage or screen (or at least seen their work). Now’s your chance to see them return to the stage in New York Theatre Workshop’s production of Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters.”
Performances begin May 13, and for the first two performances — May 13 and 14 — all of the tickets will be distributed via our ticket Lottery. All subsequent performances will have a limited number of Lottery tickets available.
Here’s how it works: The Lottery for tickets to the first two performances will open on March 23 and accept entries until 1PM on March 30. Winners will be notified on March 30 and will have 30 minutes to claim tickets. For the daily Lottery tickets, entries will open each performance day at 12:01AM and close four hours before performance time. Winners will have 30 minutes to claim tickets.
The production, which features a new adaptation by Pulitzer Prize finalist Clare Baron, is directed by Tony winner Sam Gold and also stars Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Steve Buscemi, Emily Davis, Michael Benjamin Hernandez, John Christopher Jones, Lola Kirke, Anthony Michael Lopez, Matthew Maher, Chris Messina, Aaron Clifton Moten, Ben Sinclair, and Virginia Wing.