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$25 & up – 'Drunk Shakespeare': Boozy, Interactive Shakespeare

'Drunk Shakespeare'
'Drunk Shakespeare': Boozy, Interactive Shakespeare
Christian Alcantara
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"Drunk Shakespeare" has 5-star status on TripAdvisor, and it is a New York Times Critics' Pick.

The Deal

Travelzoo members can save up to $34 on tickets to “Drunk Shakespeare." Forget the iambic pentameter lessons you learned in school: Here, one of the five performers downs at least five shots of whiskey before attempting to perform a major role in a Shakespearean play. 

Refund and Cancellation Policy: If your show gets canceled, tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase. In the case of suspended, postponed or rescheduled events, tickets will be honored for the new date and are nonrefundable. Please contact your point of purchase for more information regarding cancellations, refunds and exchanges.

Choose from the following sections at The Lion Theatre for Wednesday-Sunday (Select Monday and Tuesday performances) performances April 29, 2020 - Jan 3, 2021 (showtimes):

  • $25 (Reg. $39) … Balcony
  • $35 (Reg. $59) ...  Mezzanine
  • $45 (Reg. $79) ... Stage-Side

The New York Times says it takes "all sorts of liberties with Shakespeare, but skillfully," and Lonely Planet says "it’s Shakespeare shaken and stirred." Hilarity and mayhem ensue as the four sober actors try to keep the script on track -- every show is different depending on who is drinking.

Book by May 17.

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$25 & up

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When You Can Go

Select shows April 29, 2020 - Jan 3, 2021

Savings

Up to $34 per ticket

How to Book

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  1. Promo code DRUNKZOO will be automatically applied.
  2. Select a valid date and time in the calendar.
  3. Select a seating section and quantity of tickets and enter payment information.
  4. Click "Submit Payment."

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