Larry David’s new Broadway play A Fish In The Dark has become one of the most popular shows in Broadway history. It also hasn’t officially opened yet. The plays run of 110 shows from March to June has only about 700 total tickets remaining on the primary market. With that type of anticipation, prices for Fish In The Dark tickets have also skyrocketed on the secondary market.
The average price across the shows is $300.42 on the secondary market. Even the previews have an average price of $316.20, though that average is slightly skewed since there are less tickets available for the preview performances.
Through the first month of performances in March, the average price is $337. The most expensive show will be the first Saturday night performance on March 7. The average price of that show is $779.07 with a get-in price of $107. The least expensive show comes on a matinee performance on Wednesday, March 11. The average price is currently $219.19 with a get-in price of $70.
Prices drop significantly through the second month of the run with a $280.46 average price through April. The most expensive date will come for an 8:00pm showing on Saturday, April 4. The average price for the show is $365.01 with a get-in price of $115. Only one show will have an average price below $200, another Wednesday matinee, this time on April 1. The average price is $176.72 with a get-in price of $84.
The average price for May performances is $291.41. The most expensive show will be a Thursday night show on May 28. The average price is $372.19 with a get-in price of $88. The day before will feature the least expensive show of the month, with an average price of $230.98 and a get-in price of $84.
There will only be eight shows in June, but those eight shows carry an average price of $362.77. Friday, June 5 holds the most expensive average at $464.38 with a get-in price of $88. A Saturday matinee on June 6 will be the least expensive performance of the month with an average price of $261.99 and a get-in price of $98.