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Cheap Date: Least Expensive Shows on Broadway
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.

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Tour Broadway without breaking the bank: Here are the least expensive shows on Broadway in 2011, according to ticket search engine SeatGeek

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The Phantom of the Opera, New York City $149.52

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.

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Memphis - A New Musical, New York City $147.96

The 2010 Tony winner for best musical continues to wow audiences.

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Mary Poppins, New York City $147.62

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.

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Godspell, New York City $147.15

This modern-day recreation of the Gospel of Matthew originally opened off Broadway back in 1971, and continues to delight audiences.

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Mamma Mia!, New York City $141.69

The musical based on the music of ABBA maintains a strong following both on the Great White Way and around the world.

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The Mountaintop, New York City $138.00

Audience members can see Hollywood stars Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett Iive for under $150.

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Chicago The Musical, New York City $135.53

This show continues to be a box office hit, and has garnered great success in many runs around the world.

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Richard III, Brooklyn, N.Y. $135.09

Kevin Spacey stars in the latest adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic play and gives audiences a great excuse to leave Manhattan.

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Priscilla Queen of the Desert, New York City $131.30

This Australian adaptation about traveling drag queens and a transsexual won a Tony for costume design in 2011.

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Sister Act New York: $100.03

The musical based on the 1992 Whoopi Goldberg film has taken Broadway audiences by storm.

Cheap Date: Least Expensive Shows on Broadway

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.

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