For the Fall 2014 edition of Broadway Week, Team SocialSign.in put together a list of 9 shows that we’ve collectively seen and enjoyed over the years that were participating in this 2-for-1 promotion. Now that Broadway Week is back in New York City this January and February with 21 shows available, we wanted to keep this new tradition alive by highlighting 10 of the best, most popular shows available for discounted tickets.

To make things even better, we’re giving away a pair of tickets to one of the ten shows below. Winners choice.

To enter, all you need to do is:
1) Follow @SocialSignIn on Twitter
2) Send us a tweet with the name of the show you want to see.

We’ll randomly select a winner on Friday, January 16th, 2015.  Once a winner is chosen, we’ll talk and work out the details to find a time+date that works best for you.  Start thinking about who you’ll take with the extra ticket and read our 10 Broadway Week picks below.

Broadway Week 2015 NYC

  1. Phantom Of The Opera (Majestic Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    Tony award winning musical that launched the career of Andrew Lloyd Webber and has been in theatres longer than any other show on Broadway.
  2. Matilda (Shubert Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    The most award winning show in the history of London theatre comes to New York to remind you what it’s like to be young and misunderstood. 
  3. Les Miserables (Imperial Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    A story you know and love, featuring all of your favorite songs, none of them performed by Russell Crowe.
  4. It’s Only A Play (Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    Matthew Broderick + Nathan Lane + Stockard Channing + Terrence McNally = 9 Tony Awards.
  5. The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (Barrymore Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    “This is one of the most fully immersive works ever to wallop Broadway” – Ben Brantley, chief theater critic of The New York Times. (his review
  6. A Delicate Balance (Golden Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    The combined stat line of Glenn Close and John Lithgow: 83 years of stage experience, 5 Tony Awards, 8 Emmy Awards and 2 Golden Globes.
  7. Disgraced (Lyceum Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    A Pulitzer Prize winning sociopolitical drama set around a dinner party, with one act and no intermission over 90 thought-provoking minutes.
  8. Mamma Mia (Broadhurst Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life.  Seriously, this musical will make you want to dance.  It’s the ABBA effect.
  9. If/Then (Richard Rodgers Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    The girl who sings “Let It Go” performs a bunch of songs that aren’t “Let It Go”, reminds you that she once starred in RENT and Wicked.
  10. Aladdin (New Amsterdam Theatre)
    Why you’re going, in 140 characters or less…
    It’s the newest Disney musical on Broadway, directed by The Book of Mormon’s Tony-winning Casey Nicholaw.  Magic Carpet not included.

For a full list of participating shows and more details, including ticket availability and prices, visit nycgo.com/broadwayweek.

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