Tuesday, April 1, 2008
There's a lot of good theatre out there this month, and some of it is actually affordable! Presenting the best of the best, for the cheapest price possible...
TAKE A DATE: In The Heights
(for the second month in a row, but you can't go wrong with sweet romance and smokin' hot dancing. CHEAP TICKETS: play the 'In The Heights' lottery and win 2 tickets for $26.50 each)
TAKE YOUR MOM: Crimes Of The Heart
(it's funny, touching, and chances are she loved the movie 20 years ago...also worth it for the Kathleen Turner "turn your cell phones off" speech before the show starts. CHEAP TICKETS: if you're 35 or under, check out Hiptix for $20 tickets that you can buy in advance.)
FOR A LAUGH: 'Almost An Evening'
(this new Ethan Coen play is as beautifully absurd as any Coen brothers movie. CHEAP TICKETS: $20 student tickets are available at the box office, day of...or just suck it up and buy regular priced tickets here for a mere $50 each.)
ROCK OUT TO: Passing Strange
(2+ hours of good ol' rock and roll thanks to front-man Stew and his talented band. CHEAP TICKETS: if you're 25 or under get $25 tickets at the box office, day of...find ticket information here)
OFF-BROADWAY'S BEST: Adding Machine
(sure it has that off-beat, downtown feel...and that's why we love it. CHEAP TICKETS: $25 student rush tickets are available at the box office, day of...find ticket information here)
QUALITY BROADWAY: Sunday In The Park With George
(it's a remarkable cast, a lovely musical, and a modern interpretation. CHEAP TICKETS: if you're 35 or under, visit Hiptix...anyone can sit in the nosebleeds for only $36.50...find ticket information here.)
Check back May 1st for a new and updated Best Bets list!