'Grey House' to offer Broadway lottery and rush tickets

The new horror play — written by Levi Holloway, directed by Joe Mantello, and starring Laurie Metcalf — begins performances at the Lyceum Theatre on April 29.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

This is your way into the house. Grey House will offer rush and lottery tickets for its Broadway run, beginning with the first performance on April 29.

A limited number of $43 tickets will be available for each performance via a digital lottery. The lottery is open for entries between midnight and 3 p.m. the day before each performance, and winners are drawn at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Winners will have six hours to claim their tickets for the next day's performance. Each person can request up to two tickets per performance.

Grey House also offers rush tickets in person at the Lyceum Theatre box office. Rush tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis for that day's performance beginning when the box office opens at 10 a.m. Monday through Saturday. The box office will also be open at noon on Sundays beginning May 28. Tickets are subject to availability.

What is Grey House on Broadway about?

In Levi Holloway's Grey House, a couple gets stranded in the mountains and shelters in a remote cabin. Its unusual inhabitants are welcoming enough at first, but soon, the couple starts to question their sanity and safety as they get trapped in the cabin with their hosts.

The cast includes Emmy and Tony Award winner Laurie Metcalf as Raleigh, Emmy winner Tatiana Maslany as Max, Emmy nominee Paul Sparks as Henry, Sophia Anne Caruso as Marlow, Millicent Simmonds as Bernie, Cyndi Coyne as The Ancient, Colby Kipnes as Squirrel, Alyssa Emily Marvin as A1656, and Eamon Patrick O’Connell as The Boy.

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