Broadway's "Soul Doctor" has been called "a fascinating story with beautiful music" by The New York Times. Save more than 40% on tickets to the show about the life of Shlomo Carlebach, the father of popular Jewish music who became known as "the rockstar rabbi" in the 1960s.
Seats at Circle in the Square Theatre in Orchestra Far Sides Rows D-G are regularly priced at $39. In additional, all other Orchestra seats are now $77 (reg. $135) through Oct. 13.
After his escape from Nazi Germany, Carlebach (played by Eric Anderson) befriended legendary jazz singer Nina Simone, who introduced him to soul and gospel music. He created a new sound with melodies that fused his roots with American popular music.
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