All Tickets Inc. Broadway Plays & Musicals
Entertain & Enlighten
Broadway musicals and plays offer us engaging and amazing forms of entertainment that take us to new places, emotionally and intellectually. The issues and themes in these productions reach audiences as a group and individually, offering them insights into life, humanity, and the essence of our existence.
Here are four new Broadway productions, three musicals and one play, which will provide audiences with enthralling entertainment generated by fascinating characters, unique situations, and deep themes that will affect them on many different levels.
Set in an English shipbuilding town that is undergoing a major economic transformation,The Last Ship, a new musical by Sting with a book by John Logan and Brian Yorkey, offers us insights into community, the human spirit, and individual responsibility. This is an inspirational story about those who face uncertainty with bravery and fearlessness. (Group Rates $53-$145)
To contact us directly for group discount tickets call 1-800-922-0716. All Tickets Inc.specializes in connecting educational, school groups, and tour groups with quality theatre experiences, inckluding Broadway shows.
is devoted to helping teachers, students, families and groups connect with the theatrical experience. We also work with producers and marketers, ensuring their educational materials are interesting, thought provoking and sound on a curricular level.
Based on the true story of Violet and Daisy Hilton, conjoined twins who are able to find fame but not love, Side Show provides us with a glimpse of two individuals who were simultaneously one. Their story attracted massive media attention. Their tale fascinated the public, and like our electronic media of today, the newspapers, magazines, and radio outlets of the time used the story of Violet and Daisy to make large amounts of cash. Side Show is about how we often forget that those in the limelight are not fictitious images, but, rather, beings who are in need of human understanding. (Group Rates $45-$95)
Jez Butterworth’s play, The River, which stars Hugh Jackman, is about human interaction, passion and loss, and our attempts to recapture that “something” that defines our ability to have hope and chase dreams. All of these themes are contained in a play that is set in a lone cabin in the woods that is the haunt of one man and visited by two women who are as different as night and day. (No Group Rates, prices $175-$275)
When J.M. Barrie wrote Peter Pan he was desperate for a new hit play. By chance, the apparently written-out and worn-down writer found his inspiration when he discovered a real-life mother and her children in a park. The mother was widow Sylvia Llewelyn Davies, and Barrie’s connection with the children eventually led to the authors creating his biggest hit. Finding Neverland is as much about our need to connect on a human level as it is about artistic drive, inspiration, and the wonderment of youth. (Group Rates Not Set Yet)