Tuesday, September 04, 2007
In many circles, Off-Broadway has long been considered the last bastion for truly great, cutting-edge theatre in New York City. Now through September 16, you can see some of Off-Broadway's top plays and musicals for just $20 each.
The catch? You must purchase your tickets within 20 minutes of a performance.
Promoted by OffBroadway.com, 20 At 20 is a project of the Off-Broadway Brainstormers, in association with the League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers.
Talk about an excellent deal, especially if you have a little extra time on your hands.
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As someone who has been involved in both politics and public relations, it's no wonder I love watching theatre. Good or bad, it's the raw energy of seeing a live performance that gets my adrenaline pumping. From the moment I saw my very first Broadway show ("Annie" in London in 1979), I was hooked. Now I see as many as 70 shows each year ranging from soaring musicals to two-hander plays. And these eyes just may be in an audience near you!
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