Producers of Joshua Harmon’s new play Significant Other, which begins previews February 14 at Broadway’s Booth Theatre, announced that the show is partnering with City Cinemas to give Broadway ticket buyers complementary movie passes for the themselves and their “significant others” at certain New York City cinemas.
Anyone who purchases a full-price ticket to the show with the unique promotional code SOCTYCNM will receive a pair of movie passes. The passes are valid at any of the six City Cinema movie theatre locations in Manhattan: Cinemas 1, 2, & 3; East 86th St. Cinema; The Paris Theatre; The Beekman Theatre; Village East Cinema and its affiliate Angelika Film Center. For a complete listing of what movies are and will be playing, visit citycinemas.com. Show times for the Angelika Film Center can be found at angelikafilmcenter.com/nyc.
Theatregoers can take advantage of this offer by going to TelechargeOffers.com, calling (212) 947-8844, or visiting the box office of The Booth Theatre (222 West 45th Street) and using the code. The offer is available for all performances through March 17 for any purchase of a full-price ticket. (Show tickets are subject to availability. The movie passes cannot be used during the first two weeks of a first-run engagement or for motion pictures where prohibited by contractual obligation.)
Here is how theatregoers will receive their movie passes depending on point of purchase:
The Booth Theatre box office: Patrons who purchase their tickets at the box office will receive two movie vouchers per ticket purchased.
By phone: When patrons stop at The Booth Theatre box office on the day of their performance to pick up the tickets they ordered by phone, two movie vouchers will be given per ticket purchased.
On-line with an e-ticket printout: Patrons should stop at The Booth Theatre box office to pick up the movie vouchers the day of their performance.
Significant Other, which officially opens March 2 at the Booth, features direction by Trip Cullman. The cast includes Gideon Glick, John Behlmann, Sas Goldberg, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Lindsay Mendez, Luke Smith, and Barbara Barrie.
“People and relationships change,” according to production notes for Significant Other. “But what if everyone is changing faster than you? Is finding ’The one’ the only path to happiness? That’s exactly what’s racing through the mind of Jordan Berman as his best friends all find their significant others. Is separation anxiety from your friends normal? At least his grandma isn’t too busy to take his calls. It’s a show that’s a lot like life—sometimes absurd, always honest and full of humor.”