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The Top 10 Broadway Shows Under $99 to See Now

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|by Mikey Miller |


Get your tickets now – these prices won’t last

Want to go see a Broadway show, but you’re on a budget? Do you have an itch to make it to a musical on the Great White Way, but want to make sure you’re getting a good deal? Seeing a Broadway show can cost a pretty penny, but we at ShowTickets are here to help. Now through March 1, you can cash in on some awesome deals we’re offering: Broadway shows where each ticket is less than $99!

See Broadway shows at unbeatable prices this season (Photo: EBG)

See Broadway shows at unbeatable prices this season (Photo: EBG)

Six
This historically inspired musical just began previews on Feb. 13 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Six, by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss (two of Broadway’s youngest musical theater writers ever – both in their mid-20s), is a modern retelling of the stories behind the six wives of Britain’s King Henry VIII, a man whose greatest claim to fame is marrying and subsequently getting rid of all of them (save Catherine Parr, who was fortunate enough to survive him). The six wives band together as the “Ex-Wives,” a girl group whose lead singer will be whichever wife can prove that she suffered most at Henry’s hand. Unlike Anne Boleyn, you won’t have to lose your head to attend this pop concert-reminiscent musical, with tickets starting at only $86.

Jagged Little Pill
Alanis Morisette takes on Broadway in the new jukebox musical titled after her 1995 album of the same name. Featuring hits including “You Oughta Know,” “So Unsexy,” “All I Really Want,” “Hand in My Pocket” and “Head over Feet,” Jagged Little Pill takes us to suburban Connecticut, where we meet the Healys, a seemingly perfect family. Dad just got a promotion at work, son gained admission to Harvard, daughter is coming into her own as an activist, and mom is unconditionally proud of them all. However, the secrets of this wealthy family and the others in town quickly unravel, and suddenly everyone is forced to confront issues of sexual assault, gender identity, drug addiction and mental illness. You can catch Jagged Little Pill at the Broadhurst with tickets starting at $96.

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
Jukebox musicals are all the rage on Broadway right now, and no more so than at Tina, where the life of the Queen of Rock and Roll plays eight shows a week at the Lunt-Fontanne. Tina chronicles the life of the eponymous singer from her humble upbringing in Nutbush, Tennessee, through her rocky (and essentially forced) marriage to Ike Turner, all the way to her success as one of the world’s foremost solo artists. With a score that includes “Disco Inferno,” “It’s Gonna Work Out Fine,” “I Want to Take You Higher,” “River Deep - Mountain High,” and “Proud Mary,” Tina will have you on your feet by the end of the show, with tickets starting at $93.

Frozen
Do you want to build a snowman, or ride your bike around the hall? Then you definitely want to make your way over to Frozen, the stage adaptation of the 2013 Disney film of the same name, which is, in turn, based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow QueenFrozen, unlike other Disney properties, is a love story between two sisters – one (Elsa) with magical powers that allow her to create ice and snow using only her hands and another (Anna) who strives to understand why Elsa has been locked away and out of her life for so many years. Even if you’re not familiar with the movie, you’ve definitely heard new Disney classics like “Let It Go,” “For the First Time in Forever,” and “Summer,” and beginning on Feb. 18, a new song, “I Can’t Lose You,” was introduced into the production to further strengthen Anna and Elsa’s complicated relationship. Hop on over to the St. James to enjoy this story that is, quite literally, heartwarming. Tickets start at $66.

Come From Away
If you’re looking for a more intimate Broadway musical that will tug at your heartstrings, Come from Away is the show for you. Come from Away is the true story of what happened in the small Canadian town of Gander on the island of Newfoundland when 38 planes were unexpectedly ordered to land there in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Ultimately, Come from Away is an evocatively emotional show that explores the kindness of ordinary people who are thrust into a situation with outsiders who need it the most. Come from Away plays at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, and you can snag tickets starting at just $86.

The Book of Mormon
Hello! Brought to Broadway by the writers known for creating television show South Park and the raunchy musical Avenue Q, The Book of Mormon is a laugh-out-loud exploration of what happens when Elder Kevin Price, a self-obsessed Mormon missionary, is sent to complete his mission in Uganda alongside the quirky Elder Arnold Cunningham. The unlikely duo attempts to convert the Ugandans to Mormonism, but the locals are focused on real issues facing their impoverished village. With an upbeat classic Broadway score and a script that will have you cackling the entire show, run – don’t walk – to the Eugene O’Neill Theatre with tickets starting at $82.

Mean Girls
It’s a cautionary tale. Tina Fey’s 2004 film of the same name has been reincarnated as a musical at the August Wilson Theatre. Mean Girls is the poignantly witty story of Cady Heron, a girl who grew up in Africa and is suddenly thrust into the jungle that is the American high school. She is immediately befriended by Regina George, the brilliantly evil queen bee of North Shore High School, and Cady must face the quandary of sticking to her morals or ascending to the throne of popularity. Hilarity and ridiculousness ensue. You can get tickets to this raucously funny show starting at $78.

Aladdin
You’ve never had friends like these! Follow the antics of Aladdin, the Genie and Princess Jasmine in this hit adaptation of the classic Disney animated film. Aladdin tells the story of the street-smart title character’s quest to change his fate through a romance with a sheltered royal, with the help of three wishes from an wisecracking, tap-dancing Genie. Will he win the throne, and the heart of the princess? Find out, and discover “A Whole New World,” when you score tickets to this show at prices as low as $83.

Dear Evan Hansen
You won’t be waving through a window when you get to see Dear Evan Hansen. The 2017 Tony Award-winning best musical revolves around Evan Hansen, a teenager with social anxiety whose therapist asks him to write a letter to himself the day before beginning his senior year of high school. After an unintentional series of events, Evan becomes a principal figure in a classmate’s tragic suicide, and fabricates a friendship that never was. With Jordan Fisher (To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, Rent Live) as Broadway’s new Evan Hansen, you can catch this show at the Music Box Theatre with tickets starting at $79.

The Phantom of the Opera
After 32 glorious years, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera is still going strong on the Great White Way. Based on the Gaston Leroux novel of the same name, The Phantom of the Opera tells the tale of Christine Daaé, a Swedish chorus girl who is promoted to the role of principal soprano at the Paris Opera. She soon becomes the obsession of the Phantom, the disfigured, music-loving inhabitant of the opera’s cellar. The Phantom of the Opera, the longest-running Broadway show ever, has been enchanting audiences since its West End premiere in 1986, and you can check out some “phantastic phacts” about the musical, currently playing at the Majestic Theatre, here. Experience the majesty and mystery of Phantom with tickets starting at $33.

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