The Music Man is the biggest thing on Broadway right now and tickets are selling like crazy. The Hugh Jackman-headed musical has introduced standing room tickets that will be available from May 17 onwards.
The Music Man introduces standing tickets
Beginning on May 17, the Music Man will provide standing room tickets that will cost $76, a friendly nod towards Meredith Willson’s show-stopping “76 Trombones”. These tickets will be available at the box office of the Winter Garden two hours before the show’s start. A single customer can purchase only two tickets.
Tickets for the NYC students
The Music Man will also provide 10,000 tickets at $20 each to New York City students, their families, and their teachers to help foster an appreciation for the arts. We have this initiative thanks to the partnership between the New York City Department of Education and numerous youth non-profits, including Artists Striving to End Poverty, Art Start, Arts for All, Arthur Miller Foundation, On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program, Young People’s Chorus of NYC, Education Through Music, Rosie’s Theatre Kids, R Evolucion Latina, and Broadway Bridges.
The Winter Garden Theater
The Winter Garden has a seating capacity of 1,600. It is located at 1634 Broadway Manhattan.
A wheelchair-accessible unisex restroom is located on the Orchestra level. The restroom is ADA compliant and has grab bars to aid patrons. Guests should be aware that the restrooms on ground level cannot accommodate wheelchairs.
The Music Man starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster is the most sought-after show on Broadway. It has been topping Playbill’s top-grossing chart for quite a few weeks in a roll, surpassing Hamilton with over $1 million in revenue, and filling the Winter Garden at 99.81%.
We’re pretty sure that the standing tickets for the Music Man will be sold-out pretty quickly, so don’t hesitate to check the secondary market if needed.
Broadway.com has a handful of tickets, starting at $199. Add their service fee, and you’ll get an amount somewhere around $240.
Telecharge is fully sold-out. What remains are a few tickets for the Orchestra, starting at $450.
Ticketmaster remains stable, with a decent amount of tickets on stock. The cheapest ones start at $268.31 with an included service fee.
Stub Hub has a decent amount of Mezzanine tickets starting at $234, fees included.
Broadway Pass provides tickets starting at $219 with no service fees.
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