“Jagged Little Pill,” the track based on Alanis Morrisette’s Grammy-winning album, won its own material on Sunday night, winning two Tony Awards after receiving 15 nominations. The show is set to return to Broadway on October 21 and is expected to be one of the most popular tickets of the season.
The play’s two wins were for Diablo Cody in the Best Book in a Musical category and Lauren Patten won Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a First Musical Prize. To see the award-winning show live on Broadway, you can purchase tickets now.
We scoured the major ticketing sites and found that seats seem to be much more expensive the week the show returns than the weeks after. If you’re looking for a good deal, check out the play after its first week when prices start at $ 75 plus fees on SeatGeek (at time of publication) as opposed to its first week where tickets start at $ 220.
Discerning theatergoers will find similar results for less when searching for seats on Vivid Seats and Ticket City. Simply waiting to see the show a week after its release can save you hundreds of dollars.
If you’re looking to see more than “Jagged Little Pill,” you can find tickets on sale for other Broadway shows like StubHub, Ticketmaster, and Vivid Seats, in addition to Ticket Smarter. Here are some notable shows with tickets on sale:
- “Dear Evan Hansen” – Stubhub, starting at $ 138 and VividSeats.com, starting at $ 86 plus fees at time of publication.
- “The Lion King” – Stubhub, starting at $ 87 and SeatGeek, starting at $ 69 plus fees at time of publication.
- “Moulin Rouge: The Musical” – StubHub starting at $ 81 and SeatGeek starting at $ 69 plus fees at time of publication.
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