The Broadway production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has announced the addition of a digital ticket lottery, launching August 11. A limited number of tickets will be available to winners for $40.
The digital lottery will accept entrees from 10 AM–2 PM for evening performances. For matinee performances, the digital lottery will open at 8 PM the night prior and close at 9:30 AM on the day of the show. Winners will be notified by email shortly after each drawing and have 60 minutes to claim and pay for tickets online. Tickets can be picked up at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre box office (205 W 46 Street), 30 minutes prior to show time.
Photo ID is required for pickup, and seat locations and number of tickets awarded by the lottery are subject to availability. Maximum two tickets per entry.
Click here to enter the digital lottery.
Directed by Tony winner Jack O’Brien, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory features a score by Tony winners Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman and a book by David Greig. The show includes choreography by Joshua Bergasse, scenic and costume design by Mark Thompson, video and projection design by Jeff Sugg, puppetry design by Basil Twist, lighting design by Japhy Weidman, and sound design by Andrew Keister.
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The company of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is led by two-time Tony Award winner Christian Borle (Willy Wonka) in a cast of 35 that includes Tony Award winner John Rubinstein as Grandpa Joe (Pippin), Emily Padgett as Mrs. Bucket (Side Show), Kathy Fitzgerald as Mrs. Gloop (9 to 5), F. Michael Haynie as Augustus Gloop (Wicked), Ben Crawford as Mr. Salt (Shrek), Emma Pfaeffle as Veruca Salt (Finding Neverland), Alan H. Green as Mr. Beauregarde (School of Rock), Trista Dollison as Violet Beauregarde (A Bronx Tale), Jackie Hoffman as Mrs. Teavee (On The Town), Michael Wartella as Mike Teavee (Tuck Everlasting) and introducing Jake Ryan Flynn, Ryan Foust and Ryan Sell making their Broadway debuts as Charlie Bucket.
Rounding out the company are Yesenia Ayala (Broadway Debut), Darius Barnes (Cinderella), Colin Bradbury (Come Fly Away), Jared Bradshaw (Jersey Boys), Ryan Breslin (Newsies), Kristy Cates (Finding Neverland),Madeleine Doherty (The Producers), Paloma Garcia-Lee (Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812), Stephanie Gibson (Cinderella), Talya Groves (Motown), Cory Lingner (On The Town), Elliott Mattox (Broadway Debut), Monette McKay (Memphis), Kyle Taylor Parker (Kinky Boots), Paul Slade Smith (Finding Neverland), Katie Webber (Wicked), Stephen Carrasco (Fiddler on the Roof), Robin Masella (Cats), Kristin Piro (An American In Paris), Amy Quanbeck (Broadway Debut), Michael Williams (On The Town), and Mikey Winslow (On The Town).