'The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window' to offer Broadway lottery and rush tickets

For 80 performances at the James Earl Jones Theatre, Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan lead the first Broadway revival of Lorraine Hansberry's drama in 50 years.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

This is your sign to see this show! The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window, starring Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan, will offer a variety of rush and lottery ticket options for its Broadway run. Performances begin tomorrow, April 25, and run through July 2 only.

Sidney Brustein will offer a digital lottery for $35 tickets beginning April 28. Each person can request up to two tickets, and winners will be chosen the day before each performance.

There will also be a digital rush for $35 tickets; each person can request up to two tickets for that day's performance beginning April 28. Rush tickets are also available at the box office of the James Earl Jones Theatre for that day's performance. In-person rush tickets are $47 and are available for every performance, beginning April 25.

Finally, $40 tickets in the first two rows of the theatre will be available at the box office only, for performances through May 9. These tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis beginning April 25 at noon.

The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window follows a couple, Sidney (Isaac) and Iris (Brosnahan) Brustein, whose progressive ideals don't match up with reality in 1960s Greenwich Village. Lorraine Hansberry's lesser-known drama sees the couple fight for their marriage as it threatens to crumble when they face hardship.

Learn more about The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window on Broadway.

Photo credit: Rachel Brosnahan and Oscar Isaac in The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window off Broadway. (Photo by Julieta Cervantes)

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