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Valid for weekend performances now - August 26, 2018

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Regularly $119   •   Expires August 26th, 2018

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Weekend Performances
$99 Select Orchestra & Mezzanine

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Regular prices are $119. Discount price is $99 select orchestra and mezzanine. Discount prices are valid for Friday, Saturday and Sunday performances only through 8/26/18. Must order by 8/26/18. Additional blackout dates may apply. All prices include a $2 facility fee. Limit of 8 tickets per order. Normal service charges apply to phone and Internet orders. Offer subject to availability and is not applicable toward previous purchases. Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice. All sales are final – no refunds.

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About Skintight - Off Broadway

Show Info

Audience
Ages 14 & Up
Previewed
May 31, 2018
Closing
Aug 26, 2018

Skintight Reviews

Idina Menzel nails it in this sleek and sexy romp.
Jesse Green, The New York Times
FOUR STARS! A rapid-fire comedy loaded with laughter.
Steven Suskin, New York Stage Review
Skintight bares ugly truths that speak to us all.
Roma Torre, NY1

Summary

Youth, sex, beauty—and rave reviews. One new comedy has everything it takes to be the summer’s hottest ticket: Don’t miss Skintight. The New York Times raves that Tony Award winner “Idina Menzel nails it in this SLEEK AND SEXY ROMP.” She’s simply “MARVELOUS,” cheers Variety. This must-see comedy is “TANTALIZING AND PROVOCATIVE,” says The Wrap. Skintight is the seriously hilarious new play that asks the burning question: Is it really what’s on the inside that counts?

From writer Joshua Harmon and director Daniel Aukin, the team behind Bad Jews and Admissions.