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See These 10 Broadway Shows For Under $99 Now

Broadway Shows Under $99

A little-known secret that fans of Broadway shows should be privy to: you’ll see the lowest prices on tickets in the winter, after the holidays have passed. While [email protected] has amazing deals on shows on Broadway and beyond year-round, through March 1 only, we’re currently offering a custom slate of amazing deals on must-see Broadway plays and musicals with prices under $99. Without further ado, here are 10 shows to see now, featuring great seats for $99 and under.

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Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
In the world of women of rock-and-roll, few names evoke as iconic an image as Tina Turner. From her signature dance moves to her electric voice, Turner’s energy is perfectly captured by Adrienne Warren in this star-making jukebox musical. Rock out with tickets from $81.

Your Instagram followers will be green with envy when you snag tickets to see this insanely popular show. Plus, the show recently announced that Glee alums Lindsay Pearce and Sam Gravitte will join the cast as Elphaba and Fiyero on Feb. 25. See them defy gravity with orchestra seats from $99.

Girl From the North Country
Conor McPherson’s haunting new production, which features music from the Bob Dylan songbook, premiered Off-Broadway at the Public Theater to raves last season. The story follows the inhabitants of a Depression-era boarding house as they uncover life’s joys and secrets. Catch the show The New York Times called “as close as mortals come to heaven on earth” with tickets from $49. 

Diana: A True Musical Story
On the opposite side of the pop culture spectrum lies Diana, a new musical that infuses the story of Princess Diana of Wales with a rock sensibility, courtesy of writers Joe DiPetro and David Bryan (Memphis). Rock the monarchy with seats from $49. 

The Disney mega-hit re-conceptualizes the classic animated movie as, more or less, a sort of Genie Follies, ripe with showbiz spectacle galore. Don’t worry, though – there’s still plenty of flying carpet to go around. Discover a “Whole New World” with tickets from $75.50. 

While it won’t arrive on Broadway until July 2020, there’s no better time than right now to snag seats for the show that’s bound to be the next big jukebox musical hit. MJ follows King of Pop Michael Jackson as he prepares for his Dangerous World Tour, and features over 20 of his most famous hits. Catch this musical “Thriller” with tickets from $51.00.

The Book of Mormon
Say “Hello!” to one of Broadway’s longest-running musical comedies this season. Created by South Park masterminds Matt Stone and Trey Parker, and featuring music from Frozen and Avenue Q composer Bobby Lopez, this Book really will change your life – by leaving you in stitches. See the hit comedy with seats from $79.00. 

Mean Girls
It’s pink. It’s “fetch.” It’s written by Emmy winner Tina Fey. What more could you want in a musical? Add to that the fact that Disney Channel star and singer-songwriter Sabrina Carpenter will join the cast in March, and you’ve got a recipe for the perfect girls’ night. You can sit with us – tickets start at just $62. 

The Minutes
Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts returns to Broadway with The Minutes, a play that takes us inside a small-town city council meeting. Letts will star alongside Tony winner Jessie Mueller and Golden Globe Nominee Armie Hammer. See these stars for just $49.00.  

The long-running musical revival has a timeless appeal: sexy dances, ragtime tunes, and a vaudeville staging concept that gives theatergoers a peek into Broadway’s golden age. The jazz age-set story follows Roxie Hart, an aspiring vaudeville star whose quest to be acquitted from the murder of her husband takes audiences behind the bars of an all-female 1920s prison. Get your dose of “Razzle Dazzle” with tickets from $69.50.


Experience the Magic of Walt Disney World – Get Tickets Now!

Experience the Magic of Walt Disney World – Get Tickets Now!

Now’s the perfect time to experience the magic and excitement of Walt Disney World. Enjoy great savings for Disney tickets available all-year round here at

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Whether it’s special offers for Date-Based Tickets, 4-Park Magic Tickets or Florida Resident Tickets, you are guaranteed to find the perfect ticket for you and your family. Don’t miss our fabulous discounts for an exciting family vacation to Walt Disney World in 2020!

Along with classic Disney attractions, family-friendly thrills, live shows and amazing entertainment across all four theme parks, fans can also experience Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the all-new land, now open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. There’s also an incredible lineup of seasonal events scheduled throughout the year!

Plan the perfect Walt Disney World getaway. Visit, and get your discount theme park tickets today!

By Jeff Hyatt

Q&A: F. Michael Haynie of the ‘Frozen’ North American Tour

F Michael Haynie in Frozen

F. Michael Haynie plays Olaf on the North American tour of Disney’s Broadway musical Frozen. Olaf is an adorably sincere snowman with a case of serious summer envy. He is also indispensable in helping Anna find her sister. Frozen also stars Caroline Bowman as Elsa, Caroline Innerbichler as Anna, Austin Colby as Hans, Mason Reeves as Kristoff, Jeremy Morse as Weselton and Collin Baja and Evan Strand alternating as Sven. The tour opened at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles and goes to Seattle, Portland, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, Tulsa, Dallas, Cleveland, Charlotte and Chicago, with more cities to be announced. The original Tony-nominated production also continues its hit Broadway run. Haynie’s Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include WickedCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryHoller If Ya Hear Me, Carrie and Dogfight. On film and TV, he can be seen in Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Convert, Peter Pan Live! and Not Fade Away. He is a member of the comedy and musical group The (M)orons with Drew Gasparini, Andrew Kober and Alex Brightman.

Can you take us to your audition for the Frozen North American Tour?
FMH: It was really exciting. I had seen the show. I thought “That would be so much fun.” At the time, I had most of my head shaved. I had a Mohawk and a beard. When I walked in, the entire team leaned into me as an actor, and said, “I want to see your version of this person.” I brought him to life, and then (Frozen’s director) Michael Grandage asked me if I would shave. I told him I would shave half of it. We laughed together. And I thought, “Wait, I might get this job.” They trusted me as an actor. For something that is a giant Disney production, that is how much they care. They went actors, dancers and singers on that stage.

And how did you hear you were cast?
FMH: I remember I was rehearsing for something I was working on. A different production. I was alone in the hallway sitting in a chair. My agent called me and said, “It’s happening, I’ll call you with all the other details later.” It was amazing to have the support of my friends and family.

What is it like to be on tour?
FMH: To pick up your entire life to go on tour for a year is very exciting. It’s also an interesting burden. I will not be in my home nor will I be near my best friends for a year. I’m going to miss shows here in New York. I love the theater community in New York so much. But even more so, on days off I am excited see shows in Portland and Seattle. I am excited to meet thriving theater communities around the country from high schools, middle schools and community theaters. I think of people who love theater so much, and do it in their hometown. I get spoiled that my community theater is 42nd Street. So to get to see those communities of actors is thrilling. My mom is a community theater director, and my brother is an actor in Macon, Georgia.

What was one of the first shows you did when you were a kid?
FMH: One of the first things I remember was a Maurice Sendak piece called Really Rosie. I played a character named Chicken Soup, and it was Carole King music. It was so much fun. I had never wanted to do theater professionally. It was not ever a goal, even into high school. I wanted to be a band director. That was it. But every day, I got to do theater with my brother and mom. I did theater for fun. I’m very fortunate to have all the people who believed in me, and all of the hard work that I put in.

Can you talk about your Broadway debut?
FMH: My Broadway debut in Wicked was insane. I played Boq. Alex Brightman is one of my dearest friends, and he’s great. And I got to see him play Boq several times. All of a sudden, my Broadway debut was just a Tuesday in September. The year was 2012. I got to make my Broadway debut with my moms, my brother and my best friends, Drew Gasparini, Andrew Kober and Alex Brightman. But the rest of the audience had no idea. They were just seeing Wicked in year nine. And it was many people’s first Broadway show. I suddenly realized the responsibility you have doing a show that already exists. That is something we’ve learned with Frozen. We are a very new, exciting continuation of the trajectory of Frozen, the brand. But also, this is a brand-new show.

Do you remember when you first learned about Frozen?
FMH: I saw it in the movie theater. I think it was on 84th Street. I had been doing theater and was really excited about my life in New York. I remember seeing it, and thinking about the theater connections. I ended up doing Wicked later, and there was Idina Menzel. There was Josh Gad. Kristen Bell is theater person. There was Jonathan Groff. I knew of Bobby Lopez and his work, and Kristen Anderson-Lopez and her work. I thought, “This feels like theater.”


By Jeryl Brunner

7 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues Right Now

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As we await spring to melt away those winter blues, TicketsatWork has cooked up an exciting list of employee savings for events, attractions and getaways to get us through wintertime. Don’t let the cold weather put a damper on your plans — embrace it and get inspired today!

Ready, set, ski!
Since it’s already chilly, you might as well pack the skis for a family adventure. From California to Maine, check out great deals on lift tickets for many of the world’s finest resorts for skiing & snowboarding. Ski resorts nationwide

Enjoy a relaxing getaway
Whether it’s the beach or the mountains, big city or small town, we have exclusive savings on your next hotel stay. Head over to TicketsatWork, and search for the perfect hotel room — no matter your destination or budget. Save up to 60%

Hit the road
Get outta town and put some fun miles on a nifty rental car. A fast sign-up and you’re on your way. Type in pick-up location, select the dates, then check options from your choice of three, excellent rental services: Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty. Rental car search

Go to the movies
It’s certainly nice and cozy inside the movie theater! Check out can’t-miss movie tickets savings for 12 theater chains across the U.S. — from AMC and Regal to Cinépolis, Angelika Film Centers and more. Purchase your discount movie tickets

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Experience a live concert
Enjoying live music is a year-round prescription for good times. Select from popular artists and bands for concert tickets, covering rock, pop, blues, jazz and classical, plus touring comedy shows and family-friendly events. Get Preferred Access tickets

Catch a sporting event
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By Jeff Hyatt