Gold Passes Sell Out — Need-to-Know Info About BroadwayCon Stars and Tickets

News   Gold Passes Sell Out — Need-to-Know Info About This Year’s BroadwayCon Stars and Tickets
 
BroadwayCon returns with a lineup of all-star talent January 27-29, 2017. Here’s what you need to know.
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Monica Simoes

More than 15,000 fans will be able to attend BroadwayCon at New York City’s Javits Center this winter, which includes a new main stage twice the size of last year’s inaugural event in midtown Manhattan.

BroadwayCon, the theatrical gathering that brings fans together alongside Broadway’s biggest talents, returns January 27-29, 2017, with an expanded slate of programming.

Co-presented by Playbill, Mischief Management and Anthony Rapp, the one-of-a-kind weekend includes panels, performances, one-on-one star moments, seminars, autograph and photo sessions, a booming Marketplace and other activities.

After a successful inaugural event at the midtown Hilton, BroadwayCon is increasing its theatrical footprint, which will allow more attendees to experience the unique event.

The BroadwayCon MainStage will seat over 5,000 guests (more than three Majestic Theatres), while the second stage will now seat more than 2,500 (comparable to last year’s Main Stage).

BroadwayCon 2017 will also offer six programming rooms, and a BroadwayCon museum that will double in size. Attendees will also enjoy a larger BroadwayCon Marketplace that will welcome even more Broadway-affiliated organizations, book and play sellers, independent crafters and exhibitors, Broadway-inspired charities, and official BroadwayCon merchandise.

Dozens of Broadway stars—with many more to come—have already been announced. Among them are Josh Groban and the cast of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, who will appear in a special MainStage panel at BroadwayCon.

Also announced are Daisy Eagan, Josh Young, Adam Kantor, Joe DiPietro, George Takei, Carolee Carmello, Okieriete Onaodowan, Reed Birney, Julia Murney, Tina Landau, Ryann Redmond, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Kelli O’Hara, Cynthia Nixon, Christopher Jackson, Christine Ebersole, Santino Fontana, Norm Lewis, Ana Gasteyer, LaChanze, Melissa Errico, David Henry Hwang, Tim Federle, Eric Anderson, Des McAnuff, Seth Rudetsky, Jonathan Groff, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Lena Hall, Lisa Howard, Lorin Latarro, Laura Osnes, Lesli Margherita, Alex Brightman, Jenn Colella, Christopher Gattelli, Marc Kudish, Geneva Carr, Beowulf Boritt, Kathleen Marshall, Max von Essen, Jeremy Jordan, Tony Yazbeck, Rob McClure, Ann Harada, John Cameron Mitchell, Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, Javier Muñoz, Fredi Walker-Browne and Rebecca Luker. Talent availability subject to change.

Both full-weekend passes and day passes are still available. A new Gold Pass that provides a VIP experience has sold out..

Here’s a look at available ticket packages:

A $250 full-weekend general pass will provide access to all BroadwayCon programming (panels, performances, keynotes, discussions and more), as well as guaranteed seating at MainStage events and special guest autograph and photo opportunities. This pass also includes the official program book (printed by Playbill), a registration swag bag and access to the BroadwayCon Marketplace.

The $95 Day Pass provides day-only access to BroadwayCon programming (panels, performances, keynotes, discussions). This pass also includes the official program book and access to the BroadwayCon Marketplace.

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The New York Marriot Marquis, located in the heart of Times Square, is the official hotel partner for BroadwayCon, and special guest rates are currently available for BroadwayCon attendees.

Guest-rate perks also include early convention check-in at the Marriott on Thursday night, saving you valuable time for programming on Friday morning. Morning and evening transportation will also be available to the Javits Center from the Marriott Marquis.

Don’t miss out on your chance to be in the room where it happens at BroadwayCon, while staying in the heart of Broadway.

Here’s how to book your hotel.

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