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Allegiance Announces Digital Lottery

The new Broadway musical is now offering $39 tickets.

The cast of Allegiance at the Longacre Theatre.
The cast of Allegiance at the Longacre Theatre.
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Broadway's Allegiance will implement a digital lottery for $39 seats available each day here. Entries can be submitted the day of the preferred performance, either by 11am for matinees or 3pm for evening performances. Winners will be notified via email or text, depending on what they select during the entry process, and winners may purchase up to two tickets, which will be held at the box office.

Allegiance will also offer a limited number of $39 rush tickets for patrons 35 years old and under for each performance beginning at the opening of the box office each day. There will be a limit of two tickets per customer. Cash or credit cards will be accepted for all lottery and rush tickets, and seat locations will vary depending on availability.

Inspired by childhood experiences of George Takei, Allegiance is set during the period of Japanese-American internment in World War II. The musical features a book by Marc Acito, with music and lyrics by Jay Kuo. Olivier Award nominee Stafford Arima directs.

Takei stars in the production alongside Tony winner Lea Salonga, Telly Leung, Katie Rose Clarke, Michael K. Lee, Christopheren Nomura, Greg Watanabe, Aaron J. Albano, Belinda Allyn, Marcus Choi, Janelle Dote, Dan Horn, Owen Johnston, Darren Lee, Kevin Munhall, Manna Nichols, Autumn Ogawa, Rumi Oyama, Momoko Sugai, Sam Tanabe, Elena Wang, Scott Watanabe and Scott Wise.

Performances began October 6 at the Longacre Theatre in advance of a November 8 opening.

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