The Off Broadway Alliance has announced the initial list of shows that will participate in its 20at20 promotion this spring. Running March 20-April 9, the bi-annual event offers $20 tickets for participating Off-Broadway plays and musicals 20 minutes before curtain time.
Participating shows will include Red Bull Theater’s Arden of Faversham: A True Crime Thriller at the Lucille Lortel, Bereishit Dance Company’s Balance and Imbalance/Judo at NYU Skirball, Cowboy at The Actors Temple, Keen Company’s Crumbs from the Table of Joy at Theatre Row, Theaterworks USA’s Dog Man: The Musical at New World Stages, Audible Theater’s Drinking In America at the Minetta Lane, Drunk Shakespeare at The Garden at Selene, Easter Bunny HOP! Live at 53 Above, Fish In A Tree at Theatre Row, Friends! The Musical Parody at The Theater Center, GayLarious LGBT Laugh Festival at Broadway Comedy Club, Gazillion Bubble Show at New World Stages, Naked Boys Singing at AMT Theatre, Newsical The Musical at AMT Theatre, Perfect Crime at The Theater Center, Philip Glass & Phelim McDermott: Tao of Glass at NYU Skirball, Shake Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos at The Cutting Room, Solo: A Show About Friendship at Soho Playhouse, Stranger Sings at Playhouse 46, The Little Mermaid The Musical at The Players Theatre, The Office A Musical Parody at The Theater Center, The Play That Goes Wrong at New World Stages, The Rose Room: Speakeasy at The Rose Room at Producer's Club, York Theatre Company’s Vanities The Musical at Theatre at St. Jean's, The Very Hungry Caterpillar at The Daryl Roth Theater -DR2, and Walking With Bubbles at AMT Theatre.
More shows will be announced soon.
The offer, available only 20 minutes before curtain at the box office on the day of the performance, cannot be combined with other offers. Tickets are subject to availability.
The non-profit corporation The Off Broadway Alliance supports, promotes, and encourages Off-Broadway theatre and improving accessibility for new and diverse audiences. The organization also sponsors a free seminar series focusing on Off-Broadway's culture, business, and history, and the Off-Broadway Economic Impact Report detailing its economic impact on New York City.