Broadway's Mothers and Sons, With Tyne Daly and Bobby Steggert, Plans a $30-Under-30 Night
For one night only, younger theatergoers will have access to one discounted ticket each.
The Broadway production of four-time Tony winner Terrence McNally's Mothers and Sons, which is currently in previews at the John Golden Theatre, has announced a one-night-only special ticket price of $30 for patrons under the age of 30 for the March 14 performance of the show at 8pm. Ticket quantities are limited, and tickets must be purchased in person at the Golden Theatre box office at during normal box office hours. Limit one ticket per patron with a valid ID.
The $30-Under-30 performance will be followed by a talkback hosted by Blake Ross and NY1's Frank DiLella, with a panel discussion to include Terrence McNally and members of the cast.
Mothers and Sons follows the mother of a man who died 20 years ago from an AIDS-related illness. She pays a surprise visit to her son's former lover, who is now married to another man and has a young child.
Tony and Emmy winner Tyne Daly (Master Class, Judging Amy) leads the production, which also stars Bobby Steggert (Big Fish) and Frederick Weller (Seascape), who will be returning to roles that they created in an earlier production of the play at Bucks County Playhouse. Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller (Next Fall) will direct.
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