$32.50 - 'The Lion King'
Lowest Price: $32.50
Online Lottery - A limited number of tickets per performance will be sold to winners of a digital lottery drawing. Entries will be accepted at https://lottery.broadwaydirect.com/show/the-lion-king/ until 9 AM on the day of the performance. Entries for future performances will begin once the prior day's performance begins and continues up until 9 AM. Winners will be notified if they won tickets within minutes of the lottery's closing. Winners will have 60 minutes to pay for tickets online via credit card, and will need a government issued ID to pick up the non-transferable tickets. Pick-up will begin thirty minutes prior to curtain at the Minskoff Theatre box office. $30 + $2.50 Fee
What else is out there:
$111.50 Todaytix - A free app that gives you access to theater tickets within a week. For this ticket: $99, added fees: $12.50 surcharge. Tickets vary by date
For now, regular priced tickets are available (prices vary, fees: $11)
What It's About:
The Lion King tells the story of the epic adventures of a young lion cub named Simba as he struggles to accept the responsibilities of adulthood and his destined role as king.
When It Is:
Starts: Now showing
Ends: No closing date scheduled
Tues, Wed at 7pm
Thurs-Sat at 8pm
Sat at 2pm
Sun at 1pm
Sun at 6:30pm
Where It Is:
More information at http://www.lionking.co
Read more about the show on PXP:
I almost cried. It was kind of like that scene in Ratatouille.
We were both so excited and this production exceeded our high expectations. I knew that I wouldn't be able to put my feelings and thoughts into words so I had to document this experience in a vlog to illustrate the joy and happiness we both felt.
My favorite song was "Shadowland" which took place when Nala was about to leave after Scar tried to make her his wife. It just told a story of remembering who you are no matter what path or what journey you take in life. It's about remembering your family, and everything that makes you - YOU.
Outside may have been raining literal hell on 42nd Street, but inside my soul was raining childhood memories. After arriving at the theater through the blistering rain, my heart couldn't help but to feel like it was at home again. Its theater home. The audience was diverse, the food was reasonably priced - like what more could you ask for during a Broadway play?
As I watched, I paid keen attention to the character of Simba. I found that we shared a lot of similarities. Like him, as I grew up I had to find my own way. My parents hadn't yet immigrated, so I had to live with other relatives. And as a child growing up, I felt like I needed my parents to be there, physically. Just like Simba after his father's death.