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A charming, hilarious and sentimental production, Jerusalem is a play that never fails to move the audience, every time it is performed on stage. Premiered in the year 2009, the play has all the elements of a successful production. It hooks the audience to the plot, never letting their attention waver, and keeps them connected with the characters as well as the story. This year, the show opened on Broadway to an enthusiastic audience, after being performed at West End for three years. If you are a fan of the theater, than this is an event you do not want to miss, as it will surely not fail to entertain you. We make it easy for you to obtain tickets to your favorite shows without having to pay crazy prices, so grab your Jerusalem discount tickets Broadway right here and gear up for a wonderful performance!
Jerusalem is a play written by Jez Butterworth. It opened up for the first time in London, United Kingdom in the year 2009 at the downstairs theatre of the 380-seat Royal Court Theatre. The first production featured stars Mackenzie Crook in the character of Ginger, Alan David as the Professor and Mark Rylance in the role of Johnny 'Rooster' Byron. The staging of the play featured a live goldfish and tortoise, several live chickens, and various trees around a caravan onstage. The director of the production was Ian Rickson. The show went on to become a major hit, receiving raving reviews from the critics as well as the audience. Due to its enormous popularity, the running of the show was extended.
In January of 2010, the show was moved to the Apollo Theatre at West End, which was a magnificent seven hundred and ninety six seat arena. At its new venue, the play was performed for a limited season of twelve weeks, starting from the 28th of January, 2010 and ending on the 24th of April, 2010. Mark Rylance got nominated for and won an Olivier Award for Best Actor due to his performance in the play. The plot of the play Jerusalem revolves around two main characters, the first of which is Johnny "Rooster" Byron, who is a wanted man and modern day Pied Piper as well as being a local waster. The other main character is Ginger, who is an underdog of Johnny's group who wants to become a disk jockey, but is actually an unemployed plasterer. A local country fair is held on St. George's Day, and the officials of the council want to serve Johnny an eviction notice. What will Johnny do under the circumstances? Come to the play to find out his fate as the enchanting story unfolds.
There are a total of fourteen characters in the play, Jerusalem. Some of the main characters other than Johnny "Rooster" Byron and Ginger are Davey, Troy Whitworth, the Professor, Lee, Phaedra, Pea and Tanya, Dawn, Marky, Linda Facett and many more as well. Jerusalem is an ebullient, and bold play, an often features witty and funny dialogues. The main character, Johnny "Rooster" Byron is charismatic, defiant, bold, shrewd and a mesmeric man, who never lets the attention of the audience waver. The enchanting story and the thoughtful characters all contribute to make it into an amazing experience for the viewers. The play also got nominated for a Tony Award for the "Best Play."
On the 21st of April, 2011, Jerusalem had its premiere on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre, after it was previewed on the 2nd of April, 2011. In the Broadway production, the main role of Johnny "Rooster" Byron will be performed by Mark Rylance, along with Mackenzie Cook and most of the initial cast of the play. However, new actors will also be added in the show, such as Richard Short, Geraldine Hughes, Max Baker, John Gallagher Jr. and many more as well. Be sure to get yourself at the latest shows of this outstanding production. Now you can avail our special offer and get discount prices on the best tickets. So wait no more and grab your Jerusalem discount tickets Broadway only from us and be prepared to be amazed!
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