Twofers return as NYC Off-Broadway Week 2020 begins. From February 10th thru February 23rd, theatre lovers — New Yorkers and visitors alike — can seize the opportunity to take in an Off-Broadway show for a steal — two for one tickets. The twice-yearly program celebrates live theatre at its most spontaneous and intimate.

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The 11th annual Off-Broadway Week includes more than 33 unique Off-Broadway productions that include critics’ picks, musical revivals, celebrities, family-friendly themes, long-running classics and more. Eighteen of the participating shows are new to NYC Off-Broadway Week. Two-for-one tickets are available now at

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Jersey Boys New World Stages Nick Dromard Aaron De Jesus Mark Edwards CoryJeacoma Stephen Cerf, Andrew Frace, Natalie Gallo, Jon Hacker, Christopher Messina, Austin Owen, John Rochette, Jenna Nicole Schoen, Rachel Schur and Dru Serkes.

The 33 Shows Participating in NYC Off-Broadway Week winter 2020:

  1. 72 Miles to Go**
  2. A Musical About Star Wars
  3. Blue Man Group
  4. Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice**
  5. BOOM**
  6. The Confession of Lily Dare**
  7. Dana H.**
  8. Dracula**
  9. Drunk Shakespeare
  10. Emojiland**
  11. Forbidden Broadway**
  12. Frankenstein**
  13. Gazillion Bubble Show
  14. Happy Birthday Doug**
  15. Harry Townsend’s Last Stand**
  16. The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking
  17. Jersey Boys
  18. Katsura Sunshine’s Rakugo
  19. The Little Mermaid
  20. Miss America’s Ugly Daughter**
  21. Monday Night Magic
  22. The Office! A Musical Parody
  23. Paradise Lost**
  24. Perfect Crime
  25. The Perplexed**
  26. The Play That Goes Wrong
  27. Rock of Ages
  28. Sistas The Musical
  29. STOMP
  30. Unknown Soldier**
  31. The Unsinkable Molly Brown**
  32. We’re Gonna Die**
  33. Where We Stand**

*All participating shows are subject to availability. Blackout dates may apply.
**New participants in NYC Off-Broadway Week.

NYC Off-Broadway Week is produced by NYC and Company in collaboration with The Off-Broadway League. Since 2009, over 600 Off-Broadway productions have participated in NYC Off-Broadway Week, of which over 105,000 tickets have been sold. Keep tuned for other NYC themed weeks like Restaurant Week.


Off-Broadway is a staple of New York’s thriving theater culture—a vehicle for so-called straight plays (dramas without music), genre-defying experiences and Pulitzer Prize recipients. The theaters accommodate 100 to 499 seats, an intimate experience compared to Broadway’s houses, which hold between 500 and 1,800.

Guaranteed to be Socially Sparked; highly recommend that regular theatergoers local and visiting, and new audiences come out to discover all that Off-Broadway has to offer! That’s Entertainment. — Abbe is Socially Sparked! Tweet @sosparkednews & @asparks01