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Tony winner ‘Prima Facie” is closing soon. How much are last-minute tickets?
“Prima Face” is running for just three more weeks at New York City’s John Golden Theatre until it closes its Midtown Manhattan run on Sunday, July 2.And if you want tickets to see the hot-button play about a criminal defense lawyer with questionable morals who has her world upended, we’re here to help make that happen ASAP.If you’re looking for cheap tickets, the lowest price we could find at the time of publication was $126 before fees on Vivid Seats.That being said, last-minute tickets tend to be quite a bit more expensive for “Prima Facie” — tickets for the June 15 and June 16 shows will cost you a pretty penny.However, it’s hard to put a price tag on seeing Comer’s revelatory award-winning performance live.According to the NY Post’s Johnny Oleksinki’s glowing 3.5-star review “…we have just witnessed the emergence of an extraordinary new stage talent.”Want to see “Prima Facie” live before Comer takes her final bow?Here’s everything you need to know and more about how to make that happen.All prices are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all dates, show start times and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
Jodie Comer stops Broadway show over NYC air: ‘I can’t breathe’
one-woman Broadway play, “Prima Facie,” after struggling to breathe.A spokesperson for the production confirmed the British actress’ discomfort and resulting departure.“Today’s matinee of ‘Prima Facie’ was halted approximately 10 minutes into the performance after Jodie Comer had difficulty breathing due to the poor air quality in New York City because of smoke from the Canadian wildfires,” they said in a statement.An audience member told Deadline that soon after the performance began, Comer coughed and then said, “I can’t breathe in this air.”After Comer, 30, walked off, the performance was delayed for about 45 minutes and then resumed from the top with understudy Dani Arlington playing the lead.The spokesperson said it is not yet clear if the “Killing Eve” star will take the stage for the evening performance, but the smoke — causing the worst air quality in New York since the 1980s — is not expected to subside until Friday. Audience members at other Broadway theaters reported witnessing haze and smelling the burning scent that’s blanketing the city, but no Broadway shows have been canceled yet. The Public Theater, however, nixed rehearsals today for its Shakespeare in the Park production of “Hamlet” — one day before performances are set to begin. The chaos comes just four days before the Tony Awards, where Comer is nominated for Best Actress in a Play.