The limited offer runs through January 30, 2004. There are three ways that interested theatregoers can take advantage of the offer: call Telecharge.com at (212) 947-8844 and mention the code TBPBX56; go to www.broadwayoffers.com and enter that same code at the bottom of the page; present a printout of the discount offer from the Taboo website at the Plymouth Theatre box office, 236 West 45th Street. With a score by Boy George and a new book by Charles Busch, Taboo concerns the lives of two larger-than-life personalities involved in the eighties London club scene: the Kent-born singer Boy George, who rose to fame and international acclaim via the pop group Culture Club; and performance artist Leigh Bowery, who became known for his outlandish costumes and make-up before an early death from AIDS. Their stories are told against the background of the London club Taboo, which featured an array of self-proclaimed "freaks."
Taboo began previews at the Plymouth Theatre Oct. 24 and officially opened Nov. 13. Full-price tickets, $80-$100, are available by going on-line to Click here.
For more information about the musical, visit www.tabooonbroadway.com.