Orchestra and Mezzanine seats $45 (reg. $75.50-$97)
Extra fees are $8 per ticket and $2.75 per order, but that's the standard charge on all tickets. Book by Sept. 1. This promotion is valid online only. The box office will not accept a printout of the discount offer. Restrictions may apply. Full-price tickets are subject to the same fees. All prices already include a $2 facility fee. Limit 10 tickets per order. Blackout dates may apply.
$59 Orchestra & Front Mezzanine
$49 Rear Mezzanine
Tickets regularly $75.50-$97. Offer valid for performances thru 11/18/18. Not valid July 18 - 29, 2018. Additional blackout dates may apply. All prices include $2 facility fee. All sales are final - no refunds or exchanges. Offer subject to availability and prior sale. Not valid in combination with any other offers. Normal service charges apply to phone and internet orders. Performance schedule subject to change. Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice.
Orchestra & Front Row Mezzanine - $59 (reg. $97.00)
Rear Mezzanine - $49 (reg. $75.50)
Tickets regularly $75.50-$97. Offer valid for performances thru 11/18/18. Blackout dates may apply. All prices include $2 facility fee. All sales are final - no refunds or exchanges. Offer subject to availability and prior sale. Not valid in combination with any other offers. Normal service charges apply to phone and internet orders. Performance schedule subject to change. Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice.
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See it if You want to see puppets with humans on stage in an amusing musical. Was on Broadway snd now off Broadway, after 15 years still great
Don't see it if If you don’t like puppets interacting with humans and each other
See it if It’s Sesame Street for adults...deliciously ironic. Fantastic score and simply a show that puts a smile on your face. One of my favorites!
Don't see it if You hate puppets. Or if you don’t like silly fun.
See it if You aren’t easily offended and if you want to experience and really fun piece of theatre. It is hysterically inappropriate!
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable hearing about bigotry, sex and being gay.
See it if you're looking for the most relatable show off broadway that'll make you cry laughing the entire time at an affordable price.
Don't see it if you get offended easily from jokes about racism, sexuality, and gender.
See it if you loved Book of Mormon or The Producers. Also, if you've never seen a musical before, this is a great one to be introduced to.
Don't see it if you prefer you musicals on a big scale. Found it hard to think of why you shouldn't see this.
See it if You like puppets, are confused about your life, or miss the good old days when Sesame Street could explain everything to you.
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with tongue in cheek, satirical, raunchy humor involving sex, porn, racism, homelessness, homosexuality, and more.
See it if you enjoy comedy, musicals, irony, adult humor, and relatable characters. The show is like South Park, but with more heart. And puppets.
Don't see it if you're easily offended. The show takes an irreverent tone about many topical issues, including sex, race, politics, and sexual orientation.
See it if If you like adult oriented material. If you looking for something new and refreshing. Love puppets.
Don't see it if If you have children. If you don't like puppets. If you are not into adult oriented material
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