Margo Seibert as Adrian and Andy Karl as Rocky in rehearsal for the upcoming Broadway production.
Margo Seibert as Adrian and Andy Karl as Rocky, in rehearsal for the upcoming Broadway production of Rocky, directed by Alex Timbers, at the Winter Garden Theatre.
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Rocky, Broadway's new musical adaptation of the classic film starring Sylvester Stallone, has announced a day-of-performance lottery for the Golden Circle seats in the first two rows of the Winter Garden Theatre. In addition to up-close and personal views of the show, Golden Circle ticketholders will be escorted onstage during the final 20 minutes of the performance to watch the climactic fight between Rocky and Apollo Creed.

Lottery entries will be accepted two hours before each performance, and winners will be announced 30 minutes later. Each winner may purchase a maximum of two tickets at $35 each. All tickets are subject to availability.

Featuring a score by the Tony-winning songwriting team of Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime) and a book by multiple Tony winner Thomas Meehan (The Producers), Rocky follows struggling Philly boxer Rocky Balboa, who gets a once-in-a-lifetime chance to dethrone heavyweight champ Apollo Creed.

Directed by Tony nominee Alex Timbers (Peter and the Starcatcher), the cast stars Andy Karl (The Mystery of Edwin Drood) as Rocky, Terence Archie (The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity) as Apollo Creed, Margo Seibert as Adrian, Dakin Matthews (All the Way) as Mickey, Danny Mastrogiorgio (Lucky Guy) as Paulie, and Jennifer Mudge (Into the Woods) as Gloria.

Performances begin February 11 in advance of a March 13 opening.

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