Some Broadway ticket prices slashed to keep theaters full during coronavirus outbreak

Scott Rudin is offering discounted tickets to some of his shows, some with seats that normally sell for up to $200.
The coronavirus is expected to take a toll on the number of people going to see Broadway shows - so one producer is trying to get ahead of it.
Scott Rudin is offering discounted tickets to some of his shows, some with seats that normally sell for up to $200.
Tickets for "To Kill a Mockingbird," "West Side Story," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?," and "The Book of Mormon" will be $50.
It applies to all performances from tomorrow through March 29.        
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