The current Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Into the Woods, which continues through January 8, 2023, at the St. James Theatre, is offering general rush tickets for every performance at $59 per ticket.
A limited number of rush tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at the box office beginning at 10 AM on the day of the performance. There is a limit of two tickets per audience member.
The Broadway company currently includes Patina Miller and Montego Glover sharing the role of The Witch, Stephanie J. Block as the Baker’s Wife, Brian d’Arcy James as the Baker, Krysta Rodriguez as Cinderella (Denée Benton is Cinderella starting November 21), Gavin Creel as the Wolf/Cinderella’s Prince, Andy Karl as Rapunzel’s Prince (Joshua Henry returns November 24), Katy Geraghty as Little Red Ridinghood, Jim Stanek as the Steward, Ann Harada as Jack’s Mother, Cole Thompson as Jack, and Alysia Velez as Rapunzel.
The production also features Ta’Nika Gibson, Annie Golden, Albert Guerzon, Brooke Ishibashi, Kennedy Kanagawa, David Patrick Kelly, Nancy Opel, Delphi Borich, Felicia Curry, Jason Forbach, Alex Joseph Grayson, Cameron Johnson, Paul Kreppel, Mary Kate Moore, Diane Phelan, and Lucia Spina.
Into the Woods is directed by Lear deBessonet with music direction by Rob Berman and choreography by Lorin Latarro.
With a book by James Lapine and a score by Stephen Sondheim, Into the Woods combines the fairy-tale stories of Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, and more, ultimately going beyond "ever after" to explore what happens next.
The Into the Woods creative team includes scenic designer David Rockwell; costume designer Andrea Hood; lighting designer Tyler Micoleau; sound designer Scott Lehrer, co-designing with Alex Neumann; puppet designer James Ortiz; and hair and makeup designer Cookie Jordan. Casting is by The Telsey Office's Craig Burns, and Cody Renard Richard serves as production supervisor. Justin Scribner is production stage manager, and music coordination is by Seymour Red Press and Kimberlee Wertz.
Following a two-week run at New York City Center in May, the revival
transferred to Broadway's St. James Theatre, where it opened July 10,
after beginning previews June 28.