Lowest Price: $32
TKTS - You have to go there to buy a ticket, you can’t access online. But it’s usually good seats. So it’s more buck but more bang.
What else is out there:
$32 General rush - On sale when the box office opens on a first-come, first-served basis at the Belasco Theatre box office. Cash or credit card. Limit 2 tickets. Photo ID required.
$39 Regular Admissions - Regular ticket price $32, added fees $7
$40 Standing Room - Available at the box office only if the show is sold out at the Belasco Theatre box office for standing positions at the back of the orchestra. Cash or credit card. Limit 2 tickets.
What is it about:
With designs by Jonathan Fensom and musical arrangements by van Kampen, it tells the true story of Philippe V (Rylance), a Spanish monarch on the brink of madness. He finds unexpected solace in the voice of world-renowned castrato Farinelli, sung by countertenor Iestyn Davies.
Like Broadway’s Twelfth Night and Richard III, this contemporary work is presented in the signature style of Shakespeare’s Globe —traditional baroque instruments are played live in a gallery above the stage; the audience enjoys intimate seating with several rows onstage; and the story is told by candlelight, creating an enchanting theatergoing experience.
When it is:
Performances will begin on December 5th, 2017.
Performances will end on March 25th, 2018.
Where it is:
More information: http://www.farinelliandthekingbroadway.com/