NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization, announced NYC Off-Broadway Week tickets are on sale to the public today beginning at 10:30 am EST.
The popular bi-annual program now in its 10th year offers visitors and New Yorkers the opportunity to purchase 2-for-1 tickets to 38 unique Off-Broadway productions from September 24 through October 7, 2018. Productions include critically acclaimed Avenue Q and Drunk Shakespeare, and fan favorites Gazillion Bubble Show, Puffs and STOMP. Of the participants, 22 are new to the program for fall 2018.
Get tickets for NYC Off-Broadway Week here.
“Seeing an Off-Broadway show provides a unique and exciting New York City experience, offering visitors groundbreaking performances in intimate settings,” said Fred Dixon, president, and CEO of NYC & Company. “Whether it’s an original production or revival of a classic, NYC & Company’s 2-for-1 Off-Broadway Week promotion offers the chance to experience cutting-edge theater at a remarkable value.”
Check out the 38 shows participating in NYC Off-Broadway Week Fall 2018 here.
“There are great Off-Broadway shows for everyone—from classic favorites to long-running performances, critics’ picks, musical revivals, family-friendly storylines and more,” said Terry Byrne, president of The Off-Broadway League. “Our long-standing partnership with NYC & Company for NYC Off-Broadway Week allows visitors and New Yorkers to experience the most innovative, engaging new plays and musicals in New York City.”
NYC Off-Broadway Week is produced by NYC & Company in partnership with The Off-Broadway League. NYC Off-Broadway Week will be promoted through exclusive content on NYCgo.com, out-of-home media in the five boroughs, print and digital advertising, commercials running in NYC taxicabs and through social media posts on @nycgo and with hashtag#NYCOffBroadwayWeek.
Since its launch in 2009, over 600 Off-Broadway productions have participated in NYC Off-Broadway Week. The program has also generated more than $3 million in revenue through ticket sales, of which more than 85,000 have been sold.
For more information and tickets, visit nycgo.com/off-broadway-week.
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