The 39 Steps Offers Free Tickets to Stranded Icelanders

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If you’re in New York, have an Icelandic passport, and are unable to fly back to your homeland because of all that volcanic ash in the air, you may be able to get some free entertainment to forget about your troubles.


The 39 Steps, the Hitchcock-inspired, Tony Award-winning comic thriller that recently reopened Off-Broadway at New World Stages, is offering free tickets (two per passport) to Icelanders who are forced to stay in New York a few extra days. The offer is valid for evening performances April 19, 21 and 22. All performances start at 8 PM.

Producer Harriet Leve said in a statement, “The 39 Steps family feels for the inconvenienced people of Iceland. Don’t spend one more evening on a cot at JFK. We invite you to be our guest at The 39 Steps this week.”

New World Stages is located at 340 West 50th Street. For more information about the show, visit 39stepsny.com.

—Thomas Peter

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