Score discounted tickets to the final performances of these popular New York City plays.
Inspired by the infamous 1927 murder trial of Ruth Snyder, Machinal ends its run on March 2. Golden Globe nominee Rebecca Hall portrays a restless and unfulfilled young woman trapped in a passionless marriage. When she discovers freedom through an affair, she goes to extreme lengths to keep it. Orchestra seats are discounted by 35% and start at $69.
Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812
Named as a Critics' Pick by The New York Times and Time Out New York, this musical ends its extended run on March 2. The Kazino tent, a glamorous 19th century velvet-draped venue, serves as the show's home. The musical unfolds around the audience, with actors using the entire theater as a stage. Tickets are discounted to $59, regularly $75.
No Man’s Land and Waiting for Godot
This two-in-one play, starring venerable actors Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, has extended its Broadway run at the Cort Theatre for a final time. The New York Times raves that the revivals are "absurdly enjoyable." Tickets are available for more than 30% off, starting at $67.50. Book on Feb. 27 for a talkback with the cast following the performance.