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Ten Most Expensive Shows on Broadway
Looking for a night of fun and entertainment on the Great White Way? Well, it’s going to cost you. These shows will set you back more than $200 a ticket for a chance to see theater’s brightest stars.

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One of the many attractions on Manhattan tourists’ must-see lists is a Broadway show, but be warned: tickets don’t come cheap. Here are the most expensive shows on Broadway in 2011, according to ticket search engine SeatGeek.

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The Book of Mormon, New York: $394.16

Produced by the minds that brought you Comedy Central’s animated show “South Park,” this production will set you back nearly $400 a ticket, if you can get one.

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Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway, New York: $270.23

The “X-Men” star stretches his acting prowess on the stage. Tickets to see one of People magazine’s sexiest men alive don’t come cheap.

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War Horse, New York: $255.71

Ticket prices haven’t let up since Steven Spielberg decided to make this Broadway smash into a major motion picture.

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Venus In Fur, New York: $252.14

Film stars Nina Arianda and Hugh Dancy are drawing big bucks to Broadway with this show that critics describe as a “A Must See Performance.”

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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, New York:  $236.39

With the super stars Daniel Radcliffe and Nick Jonas taking the lead role on this show,  it’s not surprising ticket prices haven’t dipped.

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Other Desert Cities, New York: $226.99

This Off-Broadway smash continues to garner more than $225 a ticket as audiences fill Lincoln Center

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Jersey Boys, New York: $216.58

The story of Frankie Valle continues to fill theaters every night, and ticket prices have yet to slip during its historic run.

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Lion King, New York: $204.37

The Disney-film adaptation is a Broadway hit for multiple generations.

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Rock of Ages, New York: $204.03

Many fans are waiting for this high-energy show to make its way to the silver screen so that they can afford another viewing.

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Anything Goes, New York: $200.46

This Cole Porter classic has stood the test of time as a new audience is willing to pay top dollar to be wowed on Broadway.

Ten Most Expensive Shows on Broadway

Looking for a night of fun and entertainment on the Great White Way? Well, it’s going to cost you. These shows will set you back more than $200 a ticket for a chance to see theater’s brightest stars.

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