Are you finding it difficult to find tickets to Les Misérables at the Fox Theatre? Most of the shows are sold; only a handful of tickets remain available.
Part of the 2011-2012 Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta season, Les Misérables is one of the few shows that top many people’s favorite list, and it has been selling out theaters throughout the country. For Atlanta, the show has proven to be a large draw, and it may end up being a record audience for Atlanta.
“Les Mis is on track to be the highest grossing one week Broadway engagement in Atlanta history. This particular engagement of Les Misérables has enjoyed sold out performances across the country,” states Russ Belin, vice president of Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta, part of the Broadway Across America network. “But we often hear from touring performers that playing to a sold-out crowd at The Fox is unlike anything else—so much of the beauty of The Fox theatre lies is its majestic size.”
“We have more enthusiastic fans that pack the theatre and provide an unmatched experience for the actors on stage! They often say that the energy that comes back to them from an Atlanta audience is electric and unforgettable,” he says.
How can you guarantee tickets? Subscribers are the only ones who have guaranteed tickets to any show in the season.
“Guaranteeing tickets is one of the biggest benefits of being a season subscriber—theater fans never have to worry about missing their favorite shows, and it gives them a chance to experience some of the best touring shows Broadway has to offer,” Belin states.
Subscriptions for the Broadway in Atlanta series start as low $145 for the upcoming 2012-13 season.
- Guaranteed Seats to Any Show in the Season
- Access to Purchase Tickets Before the General Public
- Savings up to 30% Off Day-of-Show Pricing
- Free Ticket Exchanges
- And More Benefits Depending on Subscription Level
With several popular shows announced for the 2012-2013 season, purchasing a subscription is the only to ensure that you have a seat at the show.
“Based on what we’re hearing, the Tony Award-winner War Horse and Million Dollar Quartet are two of the audience favorites from our upcoming season,” Belin says. “We’re also excited to welcome Disney’s Beauty and the Beast for a return engagement following its last sold out run at the Fox Theatre.”
“We’re honored to be able to bring the best of NYC to Atlanta’s doorstep, and we want to make sure everyone has the chance to experience these spectacular productions,” he says.
The 2012-2013 season also includes Sister Act and Flash Dance the Musical.
For more information about the Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta series and season subscriptions, please visit Broadway in Atlanta’s website or call 1-800-278-4447 Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.