USA TICKET ALERT: Richard II On Stage Ticket Lottery Opens At Midnight


Brooklyn Academy of Music have teamed up with TodayTix for  a new and exclusive partnership offering theater goers the chance to grab one of a limited number of $30 dollar tickets for each performance in the Royal Shakespeare Company's Great Cycle of Kings, King & Country. The cycle, which runs at the BAM Harvey Theater in New York from March 24th till May 1st includes Richard II with David Tennant reprising his award-winning role as the King. 

Richard II is joined by the critically acclaimed productions of Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 and Henry V. All four plays are directed by the RSC's Artistic Director Gregory Doran, and the company includes Anthony Sher, Jasper Britton, Oliver Ford-David, Jane Lapotaire and Julian Glover. 

Beginning on March 24th, BAM and TodayTix, the theater ticket app, will be allowing theater fans the opportunity for an up-close encounter with the world renowned company. A limited number of $30 on-stage cushion seats will be placed in a mobile lottery via the TodayTix app at midnight EST on the day of each performance, with the draw running through till 4 hours before curtain. 

Visit www.todaytix.com to get the app

For more information about the King & Country Cycle and to check ticket availability click here





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