Broadway’s Fall 2009 ‘Season of Savings’ Now Available
Special Edition Playbill Provides Up to 55% Savings on the Best of Broadway
New York, NY. August 31, 2009 –
Season of Savings,
Broadway’s twice-annual special edition of Playbill,featuring significant discounts and deals for numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, parkinggarages, hotels and other New York City attractions is now available at www.seasonofsavings.com after
appearing yesterday in several major metropolitan newspapers. The timing of the discount availabilityfor each show ranges from August 30 to December 20. Consumers can take advantage of discounts suchas 50% off tickets for
, $55 ticket coupons to
or up to 30%savings on
Rock of Ages
, the 2009 Tony Awards five-time nominee.Since its introduction in January 2002, Season of Savings has generated more than $38 million in ticketsales for Broadway and Off-Broadway, accounting for more than 600,000 tickets sold. The unofficial‘New York Theatergoer’s Guide to Times Square,’ providing guidance to this Fall season’s biggest deals,was made available yesterday via home delivery to readers of
The New York Times, Newsday, The Journal News, The Star-Ledger, The Record
The Asbury Park Press
reaching more than 1.5 millionhouseholds.This year’s deals are for the following shows. For more information, and to register for an email list toreceive additional great deals, go to www.seasonofsavings.com.
The 39 Steps
an epic spy-tale and outrageous comedy about an innocent bystander who isaccused of a crime and needs to solve it himself.
Burn the Floor
a sexy reimagining of ballroom as a dramatic and passionate mode of storytelling, showcasing every style of dance from the Foxtrot and Charleston to the Rumba andSalsa.
Bye Bye Birdie
the classic rock ‘n’ roll smash hit, presented by the Roundabout TheatreCompany.
the 1996 Tony Award for Best Musical Revival that’s a whirlwind tale of intrigue,murder, passion, greed and corruption.
a look at the controversial life of Fela Anikulapo Kuti, as an artist and revolutionary whilehe pioneers his trademark blend of funk, jazz and African rhythms.
tells the story of Irishman Finian McLonergan and his daughter Sharon asthey travel to a small town in the mythical state of Missitucky with plans to bury a stolen pot of gold they took from a leprechaun named Og, who shows up determined to recover his treasure.
the 2009 Tony Award for Best Musical Revival that follows a free-spirited brigade of protesting hippies as they come to grips with the political strife surrounding them during theVietnam War.
In the Heights
the winner of four 2009 Tony Awards including Best Musical, Best Score, BestChoreography and Best Orchestrations that follows three days in the lives of residents inWashington Heights, NY as they come to grips with the daily struggles of how to grow up in achanging world.