TodayTix Cyber Monday Ticket Deals Across North America
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Cyber Monday, that is. And we’ve got the best prices of the year for you. From big Broadway tours to holiday favorites to groundbreaking new plays, you’ll find something for everyone on your list, no matter where they live, with these prices. But act fast! They’ll be gone tomorrow.
If you’re a Chicagoan (or even if you’re not), you probably know that Second City, Goodman Theatre, and Steppenwolf Theatre Company are iconic institutions. Looking for holiday fare, see “The Santaland Diaries” for $10 and “A Christmas Carol” for $20 at the Goodman. Want to have a laugh? Get tickets to a show at The Second City for as low as $9. Finally $27 tickets to Danai Gurira’s “Familiar” at Steppenwolf? Yes please.
Who says you need to be in New York City to enjoy the best of Broadway? (Not us!) The Kennedy Center is offering $25 to “Miss Saigon” and $37 to “The Play That Goes Wrong,” while the National Theatre has $59 for “School of Rock,” “Finding Neverland,” and “A Bronx Tale,” with tickets to “Beautiful” starting at $39. Go get your Broadway on.
Continuing the fun from the Great White Way, Center Theatre Group has some killer deals for some Broadway hits. Get $25 tickets to “Indecent” and “Falsettos.” Searching for more of a holiday show? Score $19 tickets to the inventive production of “A Christmas Carol” at A Noise Within and $45 tickets to “The Nutcracker Suite” at American Contemporary Ballet. Deck those halls.
From an Off-Broadway darling to Broadway tours, everything is bigger in Texas. See “The Wolves” and “Twelfth Night” at Dallas Theater Center for only $30. The AT&T Center for Performing Arts is bursting with Broadway offers, and you can see “A Christmas Story” for $24, “A Bronx Tale” for $41, and “Chicago” for $24.
The Society for the Performing Arts has a robust lineup of show offers that will keep your arts calendar booked for months. Some of our favorites are “Finding Neverland” tickets for $40.70, “Chicago” for $49.50, and “The Wizard of Oz” for $25.
‘Tis the season in the city by the bay, and you can catch “The Christmas Ballet” for $25. The city’s classic comedy fixture “Beach Blanket Babylon” has $20 seats, and everyone’s favorite sitcom goes drag in “Friends Live!” Get $20.50 to the hilarious parody.
Do you love getting deals before everyone else? Well, get early access to the new season at the Stratford Festival, and bonus: tickets are only $20. Soulpepper also has an awesome set of deals on shows like “A Christmas Carol” and “Peter Pan.”
The ticket deals are gonna be gone tomorrow! That’s how the song goes right? Snag those $29 tickets to “Annie” at The 5th Avenue Theatre. Looking for more literary fare? Book-It Rep has $13 tickets to its season, which includes “My Antonia” and “Behold the Dreamers.” There’s plenty for the holiday-minded too, with $10 to “A Charlie Brown Christmas” at Taproot Theatre Co and $21 tickets to “Jingle All the Way” at Seattle Choruses.
Want to see a show at American Repertory Theatre for $20? Well, you’re in luck because we have tickets for that price to “Barber Shop Chronicles.” You can also see the theater’s dance disco fixture “The Donkey Show” for $30 on New Year’s Eve and “Othello” for the same price. Looking for a big Broadway musical? Check out “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” at the Emerson Colonial, with tickets for $39.50.
We’ve got $15 tickets to “Oliver!” at Quintessence Theatre, no pocket picking necessary! Bristol Riverside Theatre also has tickets for $16.50 to “The Sunshine Boys” and “On Golden Pond.”