Ticket Prices for “Equus” on Broadway

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Apr 11, 2008

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Earlier we told you that “Equus” would preview on Broadway September 5, formally open on September 25, with tickets to the play becoming available as a special to Amex gold card holders this weekend. While that still holds true, tickets to the general public will go on sale April 26 via Telecharge.com. We’ve had many many requests for specific information on these ticket prices and details on the dates of the play starring Dan Radcliffe and Richard Griffiths. As of today, the prices and dates are as follows:

Detailed Pricing Information
Orchestra: $116.50
Mezzanine (Rows A-H): $116.50
Mezzanine (Rows J-L): $66.50

Wednesday matinee:
Orchestra: $111.50
Mezzanine (Rows A-H): $111.50
Mezzanine (Rows J-L): $61.50

Premium Seat Prices:
$251.50

Saturday evening:
$301.50

Wednesday matinee:
$151.50

All prices include a $1.50 facility fee.

Tickets purchased online and by phone are subject to a per ticket service charge of $7.00 and a per order handling fee. Handling fees vary by how your tickets are delivered.

DATES & TIMES
Monday @ 8pm
Tuesday @ 7pm
Wednesday – Saturday @ 8pm
Wednesday & Saturday @ 2pm
Beginning September 29
Tuesday @ 7pm
Wednesday – Saturday @ 8pm
Wednesday & Saturday @ 2pm
Sunday @ 3pm

Dates & TimesEXCEPTIONS
Added Performance: Friday – November 29 @ 2pm
Monday – December 22 @ 8pm
Friday – December 26 @ 2pm
Monday – December 29 @ 8pm
Friday – January 2 @ 2pm

Time Change: Thursday – September 25 @ 6:45pm (opening night)

NO PERFORMANCE
Saturday – September 6 @ 2pm
Thursday – November 27 @ 8pm
Wednesday – December 24 @ 8pm
Thursday – December 25 @ 8pm
Wednesday – December 31 @ 8pm
Thursday – January 1 @ 8pm

Additional information regarding parking and directions to the Broadhurst Theatre where Equus will be showing can be found via this link.

Posted by: SueTLC





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