NYC Off-Broadway Week Fall 2019 Tickets Now on Sale

WHY IT RATES: Aspiring thespians and theatre-lovers from near and far will adore this assemblage of several of the world’s leading contemporary stage performances, taking place over fourteen days in iconic New York City. — Laurie Baratti, TravelPulse Associate Writer

NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization, in partnership with Mastercard, announces that NYC Off-Broadway Week 2-for-1 tickets are now on sale to the public at

In the program’s 10th anniversary year, participating productions will begin 2-for-1 performances on the first day of fall, September 23, and continue through October 6. Locals and travelers are encouraged to seize the opportunity to see any of 34 intimate Off-Broadway productions—including 20 new participants—at an excellent value.

“NYC Off-Broadway Week is a catalyst to experience groundbreaking, cutting-edge theater at an extraordinary value,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company. “The success of the program over the past 10 years has been remarkable as theatergoers take advantage of the 2-for-1 offer and experience some of the City’s best theatrical talent.”

The 34 shows participating in NYC Off-Broadway Week Fall 2019 are*:

— A Musical About Star Wars**

— Alice in Wonderland**

— American Moor**

— Blue Man Group

— Caesar and Cleopatra**

— #DateMe: An OKCupid Experiment**

— Doña Flor y Sus Dos Maridos**

— Drunk Shakespeare

— Dublin Carol**

— El Coronel No Tiene Quien le Escriba**

— Fern Hill**

— Fiddler on the Roof (A Fidler Afn Dakh)**

— Filomena Marturano: Un Matrimonio a la Caribeña**

— Gazillion Bubble Show

— Heroes of the Fourth Turning**

— The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking

— Is This a Room**

— Jersey Boys

— Katsura Sunshine’s Rakugo**

— L.O.V.E.R.**

— La Canción**

— Mothers**

— Naked Boys Singing

— The Office! A Musical Parody**

— Our Dear Dead Drug Lord

— Perfect Crime

— The Play That Goes Wrong

— Rock of Ages

— runboyrun & In Old Age**

— Scotland, PA**

— Seared**

— Sistas: The Musical

— Stomp

— Terra Firma**

*All participating shows are subject to availability. Blackout dates may apply.
**New participants in NYC Off-Broadway Week.

“Our 10-year partnership with NYC & Company on NYC Off-Broadway Week amplifies the intimacy, variety and cool factor of the Off-Broadway theater scene for locals and visitors seeking surprises, hits and breakthrough performances at an affordable price point,” said Terry Byrne, president of The Off-Broadway League.

“We are excited to sponsor NYC Off-Broadway Week, now in its 10th anniversary year. This program will offer visitors and residents the experience of seeing an Off-Broadway production at a 2-for-1 value and support New York City’s innovative theatrical community,” said Cheryl Guerin, executive vice president of North America Marketing & Communications at Mastercard.

This season, visitors to will discover useful tools to determine what show(s) to see. One such user experience element is a filter to sort by the genres of Comedy, Drama, Experimental and Family. Further, NYC & Company has provided an indicator of the appropriate audience for a given production, with Teens and Adults, Family All-Ages and Adults-Only identified for each participating play, musical or performance.

NYC Off-Broadway Week is produced by NYC & Company in partnership with The Off-Broadway League and preferred payment partner Mastercard. NYC Off-Broadway Week will be promoted through exclusive content on including “5 New Shows to See During NYC Off-Broadway Week,” “NYC Theater 101” and “The Ultimate Guide to Off-Broadway,” out-of-home media in the five boroughs, digital advertising and through social media posts @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 over $3.2 million in revenue through sales; over 90,000 tickets have been sold.

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SOURCE: NYC & Company press release.

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