The producers of the new Broadway musical High Fidelity
have announced a lottery offering 21 first row orchestra tickets for $26.25 for every performance.
The lottery drawing will occur two hours before each performance. On Sundays, the drawing will occur an hour and a half before each performance. Tickets are two per person and must be paid for in cash.
Lottery cards will be available a half-hour before the official drawing under the marquee of the Imperial Theatre at 249 West 45th Street. High Fidelity
begins previews this Monday, November 20th. It will officially open on December 7th.
A first-time collaboration between three talented young writers—composer Tom Kitt
, lyricist Amanda Green
, and book writer David Lindsay-Abaire
, High Fidelity
is a new musical comedy based on the best-selling novel by Nick Hornby.High Fidelity
is directed by Tony Award-winner Walter Bobbie
), and is produced by Jeffrey Seller
, Kevin McCollum
, and Robyn Goodman (the team that produced Avenue Q
The show stars Will Chase
) and Jenn Colella
), among others. It, according to press notes, "tells the story of Rob, a record store owner who knows almost everything there is to know about pop music, but almost nothing about how to hold on to a girl. Rob's love life, already a broken record of heartache, falls off the charts completely when he gets dumped by Laura….but that just sets him up for one of the top 5 romantic comebacks ever."
Performances are Tuesday through Saturday at 8 PM, Saturday and Sunday at 2 PM, and Sunday at 7 PM. Tickets range from $41.25 to $111.25, and are available from TeleCharge.com, or by calling (212) 239-6200.
For more information, please visit www.topfivebreakups.com