Dames at Sea Celebrates 100th Performance With Specially Priced Tickets
Find out how you can get seats for the landmark performance.
In honor of its 100th performance, Broadway's Dames at Sea will offer tickets at the price of $19.33 for its 8pm performance on Saturday, December 19. Tickets, priced for the year the musical is set, will be available in person at the Helen Hayes Theater from 10am-8pm that day, with customers able to purchase up to eight tickets by referencing "Dames 1933" or the 100th performance.
Dames at Sea follows Ruby, fresh off the bus in Manhattan, as she gets her first New York musical role — only to find out, along with the rest of the cast, that the theater is about to be demolished on opening night. Featuring music by Jim Wise and a book and lyrics by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller, the musical is a parody of the 1930s Busby Berkeley-style movie musicals.
Leading the cast are John Bolton (A Christmas Story) as The Captain/Hennesey, Mara Davi (A Chorus Line) as Joan, Danny Gardner (Lady, Be Good!) as Lucky, Eloise Kropp (On the Town) as Ruby, Olivier Award winner Lesli Margherita (Matilda) as Mona Kent, and Cary Tedder (Honeymoon in Vegas) as Dick. Three-time Tony Award nominee Randy Skinner (42nd Street) directs and choreographs the show's first-ever revival.
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