The cheapest face value tickets through Ticketmaster start at $125 (before fees) for Mezzanine seats from rows G to T. Face Value for Mezzanine seats in rows A to D cost $299. Face Value for Orchestra Seats range from $169 for partial view seats to $399 for the most expensive Orchestra seats, which are labeled as Premium. Wheelchair accessible seats are available in the rear of Orchestra and have a face value of $99 and $159. In a Broadway rarity, the show also has pit seats, surrounded by stage. Called Can Can Table Seating, the tickets cost $359, and provide tableside seats surrounded on all sides by the action taking place on stage thanks to a passerelle runway that allows actors to 'can-can' around audience members
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Moulin Rouge! The Musical began previews on June 28 and is slated to open on July 26th at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.
The stage version of Moulin Rouge premiered July 10, 2018 at the Emerson Colonial Theater in Boston, and on November 19, 2018 it was announced the show would move to Broadway.
Moulin Rouge tells the story of a young and naïve English poet who falls in love with the lead cabaret dancer at the Moulin Rouge in Paris. Nicole Kidman starred in the film, and was nominated for Best Actress. The film itself was nominated for eight Oscars, and won two for Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design.
Based on Baz Luhrmann's 2001 Twentieth Century Fox motion picture, Moulin Rouge! The Musical features music direction by Cian McCarthy, orchestrations and arrangements by Justin Levine, co-orchestrations by Katie Kresek, Charlie Rosen and Matt Stine and dance arrangements by Levine and Stine.
The show is choreographed by 2013 Emmy Award-nominee Sonya Tayeh. Karen Olivo, who won a Tony for her Best Featured Actress in 2009, plays Satine and Aaron Tveit, who has a recurring role in the CW’s “Gossip Girl,” plays Christian.
Moulin Rouge! is headlined by a talent-packed cast including Tony winner Karen Olivo, Aaron Tveit, six-time Tony nominee Danny Burstein, Tony nominee Sahr Ngaujah, Ricky Rojas, Robyn Hurder and Tam Mutu.
The Al Hirschfeld Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 302 West 45th Street in midtown Manhattan. The theatre has a seating capacity of 1,424. Since 2013, the venue opened in 1924 and was the home for Kinky Boots for 6 years. The Mezzanine has rows A through T while the Orchestra has rows A through W. There are also boxes on the left and right side of the theater.
Orchestra seats are located on the main floor of the theatre. Mezzanine seats are located up one flight of stairs, followed by a few additional steps to reach the Mezzanine seating area. Al Hirschfeld Theatre does not have an elevator. However, all staircases have handrails.
The Al Hirschfeld Theatre provides wheelchair-accessible seating on the Orchestra level of the theatre for all performances for patrons who use wheelchairs and their companions. Wheelchair accessible seats are available in the rear of Orchestra and have a face value of $99 and $159. There are no steps leading into the Orchestra level of the theatre from the sidewalk. There are steps to access seating on other levels of the theatre.
There are no standing room only tickets currently available at the Al Hirshfield theater
The show runs approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes with one 15 minute intermission, and will begin promptly at curtain time. Doors open 45 minutes before show time. We recommend arriving at least 30 minutes before curtain.
Moulin Rouge! The Musical is recommended for ages 12 and up. Children under 4 will not be admitted. Everyone requires a ticket for entry.
If you have a bag or large coat or bag you'd like to check, the coat check is one flight down from the Orchestra level. The charge is $3 per item.
The Al Hirschfeld Theatre offers audio induction neck loops for those who have a "T" switch on their hearing aid or cochlear implant, and infrared headsets to enhance sound and dialogue. To get an assistive device, visit the headset booth on the Orchestra level. There is no charge, but a valid photo ID is required as a deposit.
General Rush is first come first serve. Depending upon the popularity of the show, you may need to arrive hours before rush tickets become available. To save time, it's worth dropping by or calling the box a day or two before and asking what time they would recommend you arrive. Your best chance to tickets are on lower-demand days that includes midweek days, summer months when lots of locals are out of manhattan, and for on bad weather.
No rush details
Moulin Rouge has announced a $29 digital lottery available via Lucky Seat. Entries must be submitted no later than 11am the day before the show and tickets must be purchased by 4pm the day before the show. Wins cannot be transferred to other performances or other people, so choose only the performances you can attend. Lotteries are different from rush tickets, which may be available at the box office on the day of the show, sometimes only for students. In addition to in-person lotteries, there are also digitial options available directly through each show. Playbill has a list of all lottery links for other shows, many of which require entrants to register using a social media account.
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