Scenes from the Class Struggle In Row J

Is Broadway just for the 1%?

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Hot Tickets. Theater goers have seen the curtain go down on great seats at affordable prices.

Whatever show gets the biggest boost from next month's Tonys, it likely won't match last year's juggernaut, The Book of Mormon, which grabbed nine awards and has sold out virtually every performance since. Just try finding a pair of tickets for the show online, at least at the standard rate--top price: $155, soon to be $175. There are exactly none for the rest of 2012. But you might luck out if you're willing to pay for premium seats--blocks of prime orchestra spots priced from $352 to $477. Add service charges, and that pair could set you back nearly $1,000, plus dinner...

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