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The Price of Thomas Scott Tickets

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Tickets just $45 - $55

Valid for select performances January 24 - March 23, 2019

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Regularly $65   •   Expires March 23rd, 2019

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January 24 - February 1, 2019
$45 Orchestra

February 2 - 24, 2019
$50 Orchestra

February 26 - March 23, 2019
$55 Orchestra

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Regularly-Priced Tickets

Regularly $65

About The Price of Thomas Scott - Off Broadway

Show Info

Running Time
2 Hours with one intermission
Jan 24, 2019
Mar 23, 2019


Mr. Scott and his wife, son and daughter have long hoped to sell the declining family business so they can pursue dreams now out of reach. When a buyer finally appears and makes a rich offer—Scott hesitates. If he sells, the old shop will become a dance hall—and Thomas Scott believes that dancing is immoral.

The Price of Thomas Scott poses probing questions about prejudice, principles, pretense and progress. Whether you find Thomas Scott inspiring or enraging—you’re sure to find Elizabeth Baker’s drama entertaining and provocative.

The Price of Thomas Scott has had only one production (at the Gaiety Theatre in Manchester, 1913.) The Guardian praised Baker’s “very considerable merits as a dramatist,” and her “careful realism…a minute study of the surface detail of life, leaving the audience to draw what conclusions they liked from what was before them.” The Era agreed, describing the play as a “delightful piece of realistic drama…There is much interest and food for thought in the picture of Thomas Scott.”



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