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$40 & up – Tony-winning musical revival '1776' in Philadelphia

Forrest Theatre
Christian Alcantara
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The show won the Tony for Best Musical in 1969, and now it's back with a thrilling new production.

Why We Love This Deal

It's 1776 in sweltering Philadelphia, and the passionate, yet complicated Founding Fathers of this country are working towards signing the Declaration of Independence. That's the premise of this moving and funny show that won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 1969. This new staging is set to leave its mark on a whole new generation.

Travelzoo members can see the show for select performances from Feb. 14-26 in multiple seating locations at Forrest Theatre for $40-$128.50 (reg. $58-$158.50).

In "1776," a multiracial cast of female, transgender, and nonbinary actors portrays the fiery founders of this country, putting history in the hands of the humans who were left out the first time around — and the result is an epic show of passion, debate, and roof-raising musical fireworks.  

Note: The pricing above is inclusive of a $9-$16.50 fee per ticket, but that is standard for all purchases.

Book by Feb. 19.

* Restrictions may apply. All sales final. No refunds or exchanges.

$40 & up

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When You Can Go

Select performances Feb. 14-26

Savings

Up to 35%

How to Book

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  1. Click "Find Tickets." Promo code 1776ZOO will automatically be applied.
  2. Select number of tickets and show date.
  3. Choose a seating level and uncheck "Include Regular Seats" and "I Want Premium Seating," so only the Travelzoo seats show, then click "Find Tickets."
  4. Use the map to select your seats, then click "Buy."
  5. Follow the prompt to complete your purchase.

NoteThe pricing above is inclusive of a $9-$16.50 fee per ticket, but that is standard for all purchases.

Refund Policy: All sales final. No refunds or exchanges.

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$40 & up -- Tony-winning musical revival '1776' in Philadelphia

$40 & up

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at Forrest Theatre