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Musicals

Bronx Tale
Aladdin
Beautiful
Book of Mormon
Cats
Chicago
Paramour
Dear Evan Hansen
Hamilton
In Transit
Kinky Boots
Lion King
The Great Comet
On Your Feet
Phantom
School of Rock
Waitress
Wicked
Sunset Blvd
Sunday in the Park
Come From Away
Miss Saigon
War Paint
Amelie
Hello Dolly
Groundhog Day
Anastasia
Charlie

Plays

 

The Front Page
Jitney
The Present
Glass Menagerie
Significant Other
The Price
Sweat
The Play
Present Laughter
OSLO
Little Foxes

 

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Secondary market ticket prices are far more dynamic than primary market ticket prices, and can often fall below face value. Or, if primary market tickets are under priced or hard to get, secondary market tickets prices may exceed face value. Importantly, you can almost always still buy your way into an event on the secondary market long after primary market tickets have sold out.