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Topdog/Underdog Tickets

Suzan-Lori Park’s Topdog/Underdog Theater Tickets

Grab your Suzan-Lori Park’s Topdog/Underdog tickets today and watch this modern theatrical drama come to life on stage. Sharing a story around the struggles and hardships often faced by the African American community, this play will captivate audiences.

Suzan-Lori Park is an American playwright and author, known for writing both stage and film dramas, which often tell stories about black Americans. Throughout her career, Park has received several Obie Awards, as well as a Drama Desk Award and the Pulitzer Prize for her play Topdog/Underdog. This stage production first premiered off-Broadway in 2001, then made its debut on Broadway at the Ambassador Theater a year later. Dealing with themes of racism, poverty and other difficulties that black Americans face frequently, audiences will find this tale thought-provoking and engaging.

Do not miss the chance to buy your Suzan-Lori Park’s Topdog/Underdog tickets now and experience this important story told live on stage. This play follows two African American brothers living together and working to survive. After picking up odd jobs, both turn to underhanded dealings to make money. This lifestyle ultimately causes their relationship to crumble, ending in tragedy. This play is provocative and heartbreaking, and audiences will not want to miss seeing Topdog/Underdog unfold live on stage.

How much are Topdog/Underdog tickets?

Topdog/Underdog tickets for a premium orchestra seat have a price range of around $150-$350 per ticket depending on the venue. Stick to your budget with cheap seats in the back of the theater. A balcony seat will typically run $35-$55 each. Due to the size of the theatres on Broadway, ticket prices in New York can sometimes be 50-75% more than a touring performance.

Topdog/Underdog Show Schedule

Check the Topdog/Underdog schedule above to find a tour date that is convenient for you. When the performance is running for a week or longer, it usually runs Tuesday through Sunday with Matinées typically available on Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to catch the show at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, Sarofim Hall at the Hobby Center in Houston or another theatre near you.