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Off Broadway hits for just $20, September 8 to September 20, 2009

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More than twenty Off-Broadway shows will be available for just $20 (at least a third of the usual ticket prices) — and see seven of the shows within those two weeks, and get a voucher for dinner for two for free at one of six restaurants.

For details go to 20at20 (20@20) or call toll-free 1-877-4-20at20 (420-2820). There are restrictions (the $20 tickets will only be available 20 minutes before the show begins on the day of performance, etc.)

For a details on some of the shows see my post in TheFasterTimes.com “Off-Broadway for $20. Six in One Day!” (I saw six of the discounted shows in one day!)

Here are a list of all the shows that are offering the discount:

A Boy and His Soul
Colman Domingo, of Broadway’s PASSING STRANGE, in his new play about a young man’s coming of age in LATE ’70s West Philly.
Vineyard Theater, 108 East 15th Street

After Luke & When I Was God
A double-bill. In After Luke, one son returns from abroad and manipulates the sale of the home place.
When I Was God focuses on a father’s heartbreaking expectations for his 10-year-old son in sports.
Irish Repertory Theater, 132 West 22nd Street

Altar Boyz
A long-running spoof about a pious boy band – Matthew, Mark, Luke, Juan and Abraham -whose hits include “Jesus Called Me On My Cell Phone,” who are faced with temptation in New York.
New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street
Altar Boyz was one of the six 20at20 shows I saw in a single day. Read my review of it in Off-Broadway for $20. Six In One Day.
An Evening at the Carlyle
A musical revue commenting on current events, celebrities, and life and love in New York City.
Algonquin Theater, 123 East 24th Street

Awesome 80s Prom

Webster Hall, 125 East 11th Street

Blind Lemon Blues
The York Theatre Company, 619 Lexington Avenue
Read Do The Blues Make You Happy? “Blind Lemon Blues” Review.

Danny and Sylvia: The Danny Kaye Musical

St. Luke’s Theatre, 308 West 46th Street
www.dannyandsylvia.com

Don’t Leave it All to Your Children
The Actors Temple Theatre, 339 West 47th Street
Read my review “Don’t Leave It All To Your Children,” baby boomers shocked they’ve become senior citizens
The first funny thing about “Don’t Leave It All To Your Children,” the musical revue about baby boomers becoming senior citizens, is the discount given to theater-goers under 55….

Fuerza Bruta: Look Up
Daryl Roth Theater, 20 Union Square East
Stunts and visual effects from the same people who brought you De La Guarda.
Fuerza Bruta was one of the six 20at20 shows I saw in a single day. Read my review of it in Off-Broadway for $20. Six In One Day

Girls Night: The Musical
Sofia’s Restaurant Downstairs Theater, 221 West 46th Street

Hip-Nosis
Ha! Comedy Club, 163 West 46th Street at 7th Avenue

In the Daylight
McGinn-Cazale Theatre, 2162 Broadway

Keep Your Pantheon and School
Atlantic Theater Company, 336 W. 20th Street

Magic and Zone
Snapple Theater Center, 210 West 50th Street

My First Time
New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street

Naked Boys Singing!
New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street
Naked Boys Singing was one of the six 20at20 shows I saw in a single day. Read my review of it in Off-Broadway for $20. Six In One Day

Oscar Wilde’s The Selfish Giant
Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal Street

Perfect Crime
Snapple Theater Center, 1627 Broadway
Perfect Crime was one of the six 20at20 shows I saw in a single day. Read my review of it in Off-Broadway for $20. Six In One Day

Puppetry of the Penis
45 Bleecker, 45 Bleecker Street

Sessions
Algonquin Theater, 123 East 24th Street

Stomp
The Orpheum, 126 Second Ave

The Columbine Project
The Actors Temple Theatre, 339 West 47th Street

The Fantasticks
Snapple Theater Center, 210 West 50th Street

The Gazillion Bubble Show
New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street
The Gazillion Bubble Show was one of the six 20at20 shows I saw in a single day. Read my review of it in Off-Broadway for $20. Six In One Day

The Marvelous Wonderettes
Westside Theater, 407 West 43rd Street

The Toxic Avenger Musical
New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street
The Toxic Avenger was one of the six 20at20 shows I saw in a single day. Read my review of it in Off-Broadway for $20. Six In One Day

For a list of shows currently Off-Broadway (not all of whom are participating in 20at20), go to
The Best Of Off-Broadway