The best deal on theater tickets of the year is here.

Oh ye who think theater tickets are too expensive!  Yes, ye know who ye are.  This post is for ye (and even me!).

Twice a year the Off-Broadway Alliance sponsors one of the most awesome programs in town, and it’s that time again.

I’m talking 20at20.

$20 tickets.  For more than 20 Off Broadway shows.  Available 20 minutes before show time.

And this year, the offerings are huge!

Avenue Q is up on the roster for the first time.  And the Olivier Award winning Cock (which only has 6 more weeks in its run).  And what a great time to see the brand new version of Forbidden Broadway!

And all for only $20.  A couple of sawbucks and you’re in.

20at20 runs from the 4th of September through the 23rd.  That’s a ton of time to see a ton of shows.  And, see a total of 7 shows (which would still equal less than most Broadway tickets), and the Alliance will buy you dinner.  I’m totally serious.

You can see a list of all the shows available in this awesome promotion here.

So go see an Off Broadway show.  See an ol’ stalwart (like my own Awesome 80s Prom) or experiment on something new (like Harper Regan at The Atlantic).  But see something.

Because if ye don’t, ye can’t ever complain that theater tickets are too expensive.

Especially if you drink Starbucks 4 times a week.  🙂


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