$49.50 - 'Once on this Island'
Lowest Price: $49.50
In-Person Lottery - Lottery opens two hours before weekday performances and evening weekend performances and will take place ninety minutes before those performances. For Saturday matinee performances, the lottery will open two-and-a-half hours prior to curtain and take place two hours prior to curtain. For Sunday matinee performances, the lottery will open ninety minutes prior to curtain and take place one hour prior to curtain. Patrons who are not drawn as winners may be offered “lottery loser” prices based on availability, typically priced at $59.50 and up. (Note: Tickets priced at $59.50 are the lowest regular price and may be available at the box office window.)
What else is out there:
$69.50 TKTS - You have to go there to buy a ticket, you can’t access online. But it’s usually good seats. So it’s more buck but more bang. Frequently listed.
$103.50 Telecharge - For this ticket: $89.50 Added Fees: $14
$71.50 TodayTix - A free app that gives you access to theater tickets within a week. For this ticket: $59, added fees: $12.50 surcharge. Prices vary.
What It's About:
Once on This Island follows Ti Moune, a peasant girl in the Antilles who falls in love with Daniel, a young man she saves from a car crash. When he returns to his wealthy family on the other side of the island, four Gods: Mother of the Earth Asaka, God of Water Agwé, Goddess of Love Erzulie and Demon of Death Papa Ge, guide Ti Mourne through a test of her love against prejudice and hate.
When It Is:
Starts: on November 9
Ends: No end date scheduled
Mon at 8pm
Tues at 7pm
Fri-Sat at 8pm
Wed, Sat at 2pm
Sun at 3pm
Sun at 7:30pm
Where It Is:
More information at http://www.onceonthisisland.com/
Read more about the show on PXP:
OH AND THE DANCING! LORD HAVE HIS MERCY! When I tell you I was screaming to the high heavens!? I was lucky enough to have been able to take my grandma with me (thanks Patrick!) and we both were clutching our invisible damn pearls!
Once On This Island is the story of the Caribbean and of a girl named Ti Moune. It’s about understanding where you’re from, chasing what you believe in, and the struggles that emerge when those two clash.