'Parade' to offer Broadway rush, lottery, and standing room tickets
Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond star in the first Broadway revival of this Tony Award-winning musical, playing in New York from February 21 to August 6 only.
Real big news! This season's revival of Parade has set rush, lottery, and standing room ticket policies for its Broadway run. Performances begin at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on February 21 ahead of a March 16 opening night.
Rush tickets will be available in person at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre box office beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and noon on Sunday. Each person can purchase up to two $45 tickets for that day's performance. Rush tickets are subject to availability.
Standing room tickets will also be available at the box office for $45, only on days the show is sold out. Each person can purchase up to two tickets.
Parade will also offer a digital lottery for $45 tickets, beginning with the February 28 performance. The lottery is open for entries between midnight and 3 p.m. the day before each performance, and winners are drawn at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Winners will be able to buy up to two tickets for the next day's performance.
Who is starring in Parade on Broadway?
Tony Award winner Ben Platt (Dear Evan Hansen) stars in Parade as Leo Frank, a real-life Jewish factory manager falsely accused of a heinous crime. Opposite him is Micaela Diamond (The Cher Show) as Leo's wife Lucille, who becomes his only defender. The two starred in this production of Parade, directed by Michael Arden, at New York City Center in 2022.
Parade features a book by Alfred Uhry and a score by Jason Robert Brown, both of whom won Tony Awards for their work in 1999.
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