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$55 & up -- 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf,' up to 30% Off*

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By Caroline Eber

Entertainment Weekly gives an "A" to the "sensational new production" of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" on Broadway. By acclaimed playwright Edward Albee, the stirring show is offering up to a 30% savings on performances through Dec. 23.

All seats at the Booth Theater in Times Square are available:

  • Mezzanine rows G-H ... $54.50-$64.50 (reg. $67-$77)
  • Orchestra and Mezzanine rows A-F ... $84.50-$94.50 (reg. $127-$132)

Note: Lower-priced seats apply for Tuesday-Thursday performances.

Called "a fresh encounter with a great work of theater" by The New York Times, this production was created by Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company. The cast includes Tracy Letts and Amy Morton as George and Martha, one of theater's most notoriously dysfunctional couples. First staged on Broadway 50 years ago, the play's "savage humor and touching heartbreak" (NY Daily News) have made it an enduring classic.

Book by Dec. 7.
Restrictions may apply. Fees of $8 per ticket and $2.75 per order will be additional. Full-price tickets are subject to the same fees.