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Beautiful Announces New Digital Lottery

Chilina Kennedy currently stars as Carole King in the Broadway bio-musical.

Scott J. Campbell and Chilina Kennedy in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
Scott J. Campbell and Chilina Kennedy in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
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Beautiful: The Carole King Musical has announced a new digital lottery. Starting today, users will be able to enter the lottery here for a chance to purchase $40 tickets to that day’s performance.

Participants may enter once a day for the desired performance, and up to twice on two-show days, for which entries will be accepted for both matinee and evening performances. Available performances will be posted as early as 12am Eastern time the day of the performance. Matinee lotteries will close at 9am, and evening lotteries will close at 2pm. Winners can purchase their tickets online and pick up their tickets at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre box office with their credit card.

The digital lottery will not be available for Saturday matinees. Lottery tickets are subject to availability. Blackout dates may apply.

With a book by Douglas McGrath and songs from the catalogue of Gerry Goffin, Carole King, Barry Mann, and Cynthia Weil, Beautiful officially opened at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on January 12, 2014. The show follows the life and career of singer-songwriter King and colleagues Goffin, Mann, and Weil, and features songs including “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” “One Fine Day,” and “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.”

The current cast includes Chilina Kennedy as Carole King, Evan Todd as Gerry Goffin, Jessica Keenan Wynn as Cynthia Weil, Ben Jacoby as Barry Mann, Paul Anthony Stewart as Don Kirshner, Tony Award nominee Liz Larsen as Genie Klein, and an ensemble that includes Kerissa Arrington, Kennedy Caughell, Adam Dietlein, Kevin Duda, Sidney Dupont, Gabrielle Elisabeth, Matt Faucher, Jessie Hooker-Bailey, Douglas Lyons, Stephanie Martignetti, Paris Nix, Kris Roberts, Nic Ryan, Sara Sheperd, Yasmeen Sulieman, Salisha Thomas, Daniel Torres, and Melvin Tunstall.

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