The Broadway Revival is Alive and Well and Nicely Priced!
Groups can enjoy deep Broadway discounts on tickets for various revivals. Sometimes people will diminish the importance of revivals, but the fact is during the past few Broadway seasons revivals of musicals and plays on Broadway have yielded stunning productions with new insights. As times change, so too do our visions of plays and musicals, and a revival that treats a play in a new manner can be as interesting, inspiring, and entertaining as a new work. Here are few Broadway revivals that your group should consider seeing.
On the Town
The revival of On the Town is a major hit. Originally created by Jerome Robbins, Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green, this revival of On the Town is offers audiences fantastic dance numbers, engaging characters and situations, and premium production standards. This is simply one of the best new revivals on The Great White Way. Student group tickets to the show are as low as $29.00 and regular group prices start at $59.00.
A Delicate Balance
See Glenn Close and John Lithgow as they headline an all-star cast in the revival of Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize winning play A Delicate Balance. The play investigates the indefinable anxieties that grip an upper-class family. This is drama is about fear in the most primal sense. Told with the wit, intellect, and intensity that define Albee’s work, A Delicate Balance is a masterful play. Group tickets for this first-class production start at $60.00.
The Tony Award winning revival of Pippin continues to entertain audiences. The original production of the Stephen Schwartz musical, which was directed by Bob Fosse, had a long run on Broadway. This is the first major revival of that show. This revival was nominated for 10 Tonys in 2013 and won 4, including Best Revival of a Musical. Utilizing a circus motif, this Diane Paulus directed production is powerful, funny, and engaging. Group tickets to see Pippin are as low as $43.00.
The longest running American musical is Chicago. It is also a revival. It opened on November 14, 1996 and won six Tonys, including Best Revival of a Musical, and six Drama Desk Awards. It has played more than 7,500 performances. Only The Phantom of the Opera has played more on The Great White Way. Group tickets start at $42.50. The Kander and Ebb musical Chicago is a must-see.
Upcoming revivals that will open in the next few months include On the Twentieth Century with Kristin Chenoweth and Peter Gallagher, The King and I with Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe, and Gigi starring Vanessa Hudgens. For more information on the shows mentioned in this blog and on all Broadway and Off-Broadway production contact All Tickets Inc. at 1-800-922-0716. We are ready to serve you and ensure that you have the best New York group experience possible at the right price.