(Erik Piepenburg's article appeared in The New York Times, August 29.)

Broadway Bargains: Secrets of the TKTS Booth

Some people like to plan their theatergoing well in advance; others, especially these days, are more interested in a bargain. The TKTS booth is often the first stop for those seeking reduced-price seats to a Broadway show. The booth in the theater district, at a newly refurbished location in Duffy Square, is a relatively quick and convenient place to score tickets. (An interactive feature on the new Times Square booth is here.)

But what about the long lines? How do you know if a show is worth the money? Can’t this be done on an iPhone? And why aren’t there ever any tickets to “Wicked”?

http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/07/29/broadway-bargains-secrets-of-the-tkts-booth/?hpw

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