BRONX BOMBERS Announces $40 Snow Day Tickets for 1/21-22
The new Broadway play Bronx Bombers is offering $40 tickets for the Tuesday, January 21 8PM and Wednesday, January 22 2PM performances. These specially priced tickets are available for purchase using the code BBSNOW121 at Telecharge.com, by calling 212-239-6200 and at the Circle in the Square Theatre box office (West 50th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue).
Bronx Bombers will host a special post-show talkback with the cast of Bronx Bombers following the Wednesday, January 22 8PM performance. Audience members will be invited to stay in their seats to hear the cast of Bronx Bombers discuss the play, and will also be invited to ask their own questions. For more information please visit www.bronxbombersplay.com/mvp.
Bronx Bombers, a new American play written and directed by Eric Simonson is produced on Broadway by Fran Kirmser and Tony Ponturo. Bronx Bombers officially opens February 6, 2014 at Circle in the Square Theatre (West 50th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue).
Joining Kirmser and Ponturo as special producing partners are the New York Yankees and Major League Baseball marking these organizations' first foray on Broadway.
Starring Peter Scolari as Yogi Berra, the cast also features Francois Battiste (Reggie Jackson), Chris Henry Coffey (Joe DiMaggio), Bill Dawes (Mickey Mantle),Christopher Jackson (Derek Jeter), Keith Nobbs (Billy Martin), Tracy Shayne (Carmen Berra), John Wernke (Lou Gehrig) and C.J. Wilson (Babe Ruth).
Ruth. Berra. Mantle. DiMaggio. Gehrig. Jeter. The New York Yankees have never had a shortage of star players... or controversy. Bronx Bombers is a new American play from the team behind Broadway's Lombardi that follows beloved icon Yogi Berra and his wife Carmen through a century of the team's trials and triumphs, bringing generations of Yankee greats together on one stage. As it celebrates and explores the timeless legacy of baseball's most iconic team, Bronx Bombers takes a fascinating look at how and why the Yankees have remained so undeniably great... and so powerfully inspirational.