Wednesday, May 06, 2009

In The Heights on Broadway-Buy Tickets at Below Face Value

The 2008 Best Musical of the Year has discount seats available now.

In The Heights is one of the better shows I've seen on Broadway in the last year or so. Let me tell you why.

In the span of a three day period that takes place in the Washington Heights section of New York City, a very close knit community of people share their life, love and dreams as we witness the experiences of the local coffee shop, newsstand, beauty shop and car service owners and their families in their attempts to make way for a better future. In The Heights is a hip musical written by Lin-Manuel Miranda who was the original star in this show as well as the writer of the music and lyrics. The cast is fantastic and can really dance up a storm for sure. It's sexy and sweet, both at the same time. The show plays at the Richard Rodgers Theater in New York City every day but Mondays. Tickets are on sale now through October 4, 2009 but for a limited time only, you can obtain tickets for In The Heights at below face value for most performances through May 31, 2009.

Why can Applause Theater Service get you tickets at below face value you ask? It's simple really, a law of supply and demand. When a show doesn't sell out of all their tickets, Applause gets to purchase tickets on behalf of our clients at specially discounted prices. We simply pass on the discount, add on a small service charge and sell them to the public for less than the regular face value that is printed on the ticket.

If this sounds good to you and you feel you might want to see In The Heights, you can contact Applause today and simply ask for the In The Heights discount deal. The discount is valid through May 31, 2009 but will likely be extended throughout the summer as the show is getting older now and needs the business. Make sense?

We look forward to hearing from you soon. Take care now.

Rich Gladstone
Applause Theater Service
311 West 43rd Street, suite 601
NY,NY 10036
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