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

It applies to all performances from tomorrow through March 29.

News 12 Staff

Mar 11, 2020, 10:06 AM

Updated 1,590 days ago

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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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