TodayTix Returns As Philly Theatre Week Ticketing Partner To Offer More Than 60 Shows For Free, $15 Or $30
TodayTix, the global ticketing platform connecting audiences to live performances around the world, has partnered with Theatre Philadelphia for the second year as the official ticketing partner for Philly Theatre Week to offer more than 60 shows for free, $15 or $30.
This 10-day celebration - from February 7-17 - showcases the vibrant and diverse theatre scene in the tri-state region and help make theatre even more accessible to the community. Participating organizations range from professional regional theatres, to local community theaters, to self-Producing Artists, and everything in between.
Audiences can enjoy Award-winning musicals like "Mamma Mia!" at the Grand Theatre, "The Bridges of Madison County" with Philadelphia Theatre Company, "Ragtime" at the Eagle Theatre; get their fill of Shakespeare with "Romeo and Juliet" at The Wilma Theater, "A Midsummer Nights' Dream" at the Academy of Music, and "Julius Caesar" at The Media Theatre; or have a laugh at "Becoming Dr. Ruth" at Act II Playhouse - and much more.
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