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.
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.
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.
Ticket prices haven’t let up since Steven Spielberg decided to make this Broadway smash into a major motion picture.
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.”
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.
This Off-Broadway smash continues to garner more than $225 a ticket as audiences fill Lincoln Center
The story of Frankie Valle continues to fill theaters every night, and ticket prices have yet to slip during its historic run.
The Disney-film adaptation is a Broadway hit for multiple generations.
Many fans are waiting for this high-energy show to make its way to the silver screen so that they can afford another viewing.
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.
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.