Tour Broadway without breaking the bank: Here are the least expensive shows on Broadway in 2011, according to ticket search engine SeatGeek
One of the longest running shows in the history of theater recently marked its 10,000 performance on February 12, 2012 and theater goers can experience it for less than $150.
The 2010 Tony winner for best musical continues to wow audiences.
The Disney adaptation that includes men dancing on the ceiling made its way from London’s West End to Broadway, and is a family favorite.
This modern-day recreation of the Gospel of Matthew originally opened off Broadway back in 1971, and continues to delight audiences.
The musical based on the music of ABBA maintains a strong following both on the Great White Way and around the world.
Audience members can see Hollywood stars Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett Iive for under $150.
This show continues to be a box office hit, and has garnered great success in many runs around the world.
Kevin Spacey stars in the latest adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic play and gives audiences a great excuse to leave Manhattan.
This Australian adaptation about traveling drag queens and a transsexual won a Tony for costume design in 2011.
The musical based on the 1992 Whoopi Goldberg film has taken Broadway audiences by storm.
Looking for a night of fun and entertainment on the Great White Way that won't leave a gaping hole in your wallet? Check out these Broadway shows that cost less than $150 a ticket.