'Once Upon a One More Time' to host digital Broadway lottery

The new musical is on Broadway at the Marquis Theatre from May 13, telling a story about fairytale princesses set to more than 20 pop hits by Britney Spears.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

Aren't we lucky? The new musical Once Upon a One More Time will offer Broadway lottery tickets throughout its Broadway run at the Marquis Theatre. Performances begin May 13 ahead of a June 22 opening.

The digital lottery will offer a limited number of $47 tickets for each performance. The lottery is open for entries between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. the day before each performance. Winners are notified within minutes after the lottery closes, and they will have 60 minutes to claim and pay for their tickets for the next day's performance.

Each person can request up to two tickets, and tickets are subject to availability. Some lottery seats may be partial view.

What is Once Upon a One More Time on Broadway about?

Once Upon a One More Time follows fairytale princesses like Cinderella, Snow White, and more, who are looking for something new to read as part of their book club. One day, a fairy godmother gives them The Feminine Mystique, which changes their worldview and shows them how to create their own happily ever afters.

The show is set to more than 20 hits by Grammy Award winner Britney Spears, including "Circus," "...Baby One More Time," "Oops!...I Did It Again," and more.

The Once Upon a One More Time cast includes Briga Heelan as Cinderella, Justin Guarini as Prince Charming, Aisha Jackson as Snow White, Jennifer Simard as Stepmother, Adam Godley as The Narrator, Brooke Dillman as the O.F.G. (Original Fairy Godmother), Tess Soltau as Stepsister Betany, Ashley Chiu as Sleeping Beauty, Ryan Steele as Prince Erudite, Morgan Whitley as Princess and the Pea, Lauren Zakrin as Little Mermaid, Stephen Scott Wormley as Prince Affable, Joshua Daniel Johnson as Prince Brawny, Amy Hillner Larsen as Goldilocks, Selene Haro as Gretl, Kevin Trinio Perdido as Prince Mischievous, Ryann Redmond as Stepsister Belinda, Nathan Levy as Clumsy, Gabrielle Beckford as Rapunzel, Liv Battista as Belle, Pauline Casiño as Esmeralda, Justice Moore as Red, Mikey Ruiz as Prince Gregarious, Josh Tolle as Prince Suave, and Karissa Bruno and Isabella Ye as Little Girl.

Photo credit: Justin Guarini, Briga Heelan, and Aisha Jackson. (Photo by Emilio Madrid)

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