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‘Gutenberg’ just opened on Broadway. How much are last-minute tickets?

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“Book of Mormon” stars Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells return to Broadway.The dynamic duo are starring in “Gutenberg! The Musical!” at the James Earl Jones Theatre up until Sunday, Jan.

28, 2024.“I think the Beatles regret never getting back together,” Gad joked in an interview with Broadway Time. “And I don’t want to be The Beatles of our time.”In the comedic show, which debuted at New York City’s Upright Citizen Brigade Theatre back in 2003, Gad and Rannells play Bud Davenport and Doug Simon respectively, two writers trying to bring what the New York Times calls a “deeply misguided and tragically under-researched” Johannes Gutenberg musical to Broadway.Over the course of the two-hour musical, the pair don different baseball hats in an effort to differentiate between all the characters in their stage play.“We’re calling it the ‘Hamilton’ of this generation,” Gad quipped.“It’s literally a hat on a hat on a hat on a hat,” Rannells told the New York Times.And if you want to see this buzzy, outrageous new show live, it isn’t too late to scoop up tickets.At the time of publication, tickets are available for all upcoming productions and some are going for as low as $67 before fees on Vivid Seats.Many other shows start in the $70 to $95 range.Looking for a little more information before committing?You’e in the right place.We’ve got everything you need to know about “Gutenberg!

The Musical!” on Broadway and more below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.“Gutenberg! The Musical!” previews began on Friday, Sept.

15 ahead of the musical’s official opening in mid-October.For now, if you want to catch Gad and Rannells at the James Earl Jones Theatre, they’ll be performing 7-8 times a week leading up to opening night.That.

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