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Get On Your Knees Tickets

Lucille Lortel Theatre

Discount Offers on Get On Your Knees Tickets

Tickets just $31 - $51

Valid for performances now - February 16, 2020

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Discount up to 24%

Regularly $41 - $61   •   Expires February 16th, 2020

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Lucille Lortel Theatre: 121 Christopher Street New York, NY 10014

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$51 Front Orchestra
$41 Rear Orchestra
$31 Side Orchestra

The Fine Print

Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets and may not be combined with any other offer. All sales final. Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply. Phone and Internet orders are subject to standard service fees. Offer may be revoked without notice. Offer is valid through 2/16/20.

Regularly-Priced Tickets

Regularly $41 - $61

About Get On Your Knees - Off Broadway

Show Info

Running Time
80 minutes
Audience
Ages 16 and up
Previewed
Jul 10, 2019
Opened
Jul 22, 2019
Closing
Feb 16, 2020

Get On Your Knees Reviews

Critic's Pick! Brilliant on the absurdity of having and being a thinking, feeling, desiring, body. Shrewd, explicit, though not exactly raunchy, this is the funniest show about Cartesian dualism you will see all year.
The New York Times
A genius ode to fellatio! The seminal work on its subject, exploding with trenchant analysis and autobiographical experience with the act. Novak deploys the kind of uproarious, dexterous provocation seen in Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette or Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag.
Rolling Stone
Absurd, real and hilarious. Novak's winning show does what the best comedy can do: It changes the conversation.
Time Out New York

Summary

Comedian Jacqueline Novak’s Get on Your Knees is the most high-brow show about blow jobs you’ll ever see. Novak spins her material on the femininity of the penis and the stoicism of the vulva into an unexpectedly philosophical show that’s part feminist outcry part coming-of-age tale of triumph.

Venue

Lucille Lortel Theatre photo

Lucille Lortel Theatre

121 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014