Two-for-One Off-Broadway Week Begins Jan. 28; Titles Include Bare, Forever Dusty, Forbidden Broadway and More

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28 Jan 2013

Taylor Trensch and Jason Hite in <i>Bare</i>.
Taylor Trensch and Jason Hite in Bare.
Chad Batka

NYC & Company presents Off-Broadway Week, which offers two-for-one tickets to New York City theatre, Jan. 28-Feb. 10. Participating shows include the revivals of Bare and Forbidden Broadway as well as Forever Dusty, My Name Is Asher Lev and more. 

"This winter we encourage New Yorkers and visitors to take advantage of this two-for-one ticket savings opportunity and experience some of the best theatre in the country for an extremely affordable price," said George Fertitta, CEO of NYC & Company, in an earlier statement.

Off-Broadway Week returns for the seventh time. Shows are subject to availability; blackout dates may apply. For tickets, visit NYCGo.com/OffBroadwayWeek.

The list of participating shows in Off-Broadway Week include All in the Timing; All the Rage; Avenue Q; The Awesome 80s Prom; Bare; The Berenstain Bears in Family Matters, the Musical; Bethany; Black Angels Over Tuskegee; Blue Man Group; Channeling Kevin Spacey; CLIVE; Cougar The Musical; Crónica de Una Muerte Anunciada; Doña Flor y Sus Dos Maridos; En el Tiempo de las Mariposas; The Fantasticks; Forbidden Broadway; Forever Dusty; Rain Pryor's Fried Chicken and Latkes; Gazillion Bubble Show; How to Be a New Yorker; In Acting Shakespeare; Katie Roche; The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; Much Ado About Nothing; My Name Is Asher Lev; Old Jews Telling Jokes; Perfect Crime; Really Really; SILENCE! The Musical; Siren's Heart: The Marilyn Monroe Musical; Sistas: the Musical; STOMP; Women of Will; Water by the Spoonful; The Quantum Eye; and Zelda at the Oasis.

Additionally, the fifth iteration of Broadway Week continues through Feb. 7. Shows are subject to availability; blackout dates may apply. For tickets, visit NYCGo.com/BroadwayWeek.



The list of shows participating in Broadway Week include Annie, Chicago, Cinderella, The Heiress, Jersey Boys, The Lion King, Mamma Mia!, Mary Poppins, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Newsies, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Once, The Other Place, The Phantom of the Opera, Picnic, Rock of Ages, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Wicked.

For more information, visit NYCGo.com.