Through Jan. 3, see Broadway's "Elf" during its final weeks of performances for as much as 35% off. The New York Times calls the show, which was directed by Casey Nicholaw ("The Book of Mormon"), "a splashy, peppy, sugar-sprinkled holiday entertainment."
Orchestra and Front Mezzanine seats at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre are discounted to $79-$99 (reg. $120-$160) at the following 7 p.m. performances:
Note: The $79 tickets are available for evening performances January 1-3.
Based on the Hollywood film, "Elf" follows Buddy, a human who mistakenly believes he’s one of Santa's elves. When he learns his true identity, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York to find his father. Wayne Knight (Newman on "Seinfeld,") stars as Santa alongside a cast of Broadway veterans.