Lowest Price: $30
Standing Room - a limited number of standing-room tickets may be available in person at the box office on the day of the performance, if the performance is sold out.
What else is out there:
$40 Online Lottery - entries will be accepted online beginning at the curtain time of the previous performance and close three and a half hours before curtain of the desired performance. Limit of one entry per person and two tickets per winner. Lottery tickets are priced at $37 each and are subject to seating availability.
$62 BroadwayBox - This site gives you access to a discount code for tickets. It redirects through other ticketing sites telecharge, ticketmaster, ticket central, etc. and those add fees. For this ticket: $55, added fees: $7
$67.50 TodayTix - A free app that gives you access to theater tickets within a week. For this ticket: $55, added fees: $12.50 surcharge
$69 TheaterMania - This site gives you access to a discount code for tickets. It redirects through other ticketing sites, and some fees may apply. For this ticket: $55, added fees: $14
$69 Playbill Club: This site gives you access to discount code for tickets. It redirects through other ticketing sites telecharge, ticketmaster, ticket central, etc. and those add fees. For this ticket: $55, added fees: $14
What It's about:
Charlie Price is forced to step in and save his family's shoe factory in Northern England following the sudden death of his father. Help comes from the unlikeliest angel, a fabulous drag performer named Lola. Together, this improbable duo revitalizes the failing business, while stepping out from their fathers' shadows and transforming an entire community through the power of acceptance.
When It Is:
Starts: Now showing
Ends: No end date scheduled.
Tues at 7pm
Wed at 8pm
Thurs at 7pm
Fri-Sat at 8pm
Wed, Sat at 2pm
Sun at 3pm
Where It Is:
More information at www.kinkybootsthemusical.com/
Read more about the show on PXP:
I basically tripped over myself to run over and give her a full on "YAS QUEEN!"
Okay, let’s talk about this musical! It began with a boy and his father at their family shoe company. Then there was another boy wearing heels and his father wanted them off immediately. Right there I knew there was going to be a connection between the two boys somehow.
I just sat and thought, if it only it were that simple. If only people would literally take a step or strut in other people's shoes before they criticize. It made me happy to know that this is what theatre is. What is theatre if it doesn't change people's perspectives?