Discount Broadway Tickets For American Son

Regular Price Tickets
ORCH $169.00
MEZZ $69.00
Discount Code Tickets
ORCH $129.00
MEZZ $59.00
Expires 01/21/2019
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Standing Room Only

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Rush Tickets
$40.00
General Rush
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Secondary Market
$149.00

American Son Summary

  • American Son is 90 Minutes long, including an intermission of None
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Begin: October 6, 2018
  • Opens November 4, 2018
  • Show Closes: January 27, 2019

American Son takes place in a Florida police station in the middle of the night. A mother is desperate to find her missing teenage son after his abandoned car is discovered, but tensions only escalate when her recently estranged husband appears. This interracial couple must put their differences aside in light of every parent’s worst nightmare.

American Son on Broadway Background

Playwright Christopher Demos-Brown is a newcomer to Broadway. His previous works have seen success in South Florida theaters, but this is his Broadway debut. As a civil trial attorney in Miami, Demos-Brown provides additional authenticity to the story that other playwrights would not be capable of. American Son made its world premiere at Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield, MA in June 2016. The play won the 2016 Laurents/Hatcher Award for Best New Play by an Emerging Playwright.

The Broadway production, runs for only 16 weeks at the Booth Theatre, stars Kerry Washington ("Scandal," Race) as Kendra and Steven Pasquale ("American Crime Story," Junk) as Scott. The cast also includes Eugene Lee (Gem of the Ocean) and Tony nominee Jeremy Jordan ("Supergirl," Newsies). The show is directed by Kenny Leon who won the Tony Award for Best Director of a Play for the 2014 revival of A Raisin in the Sun.

What’s American Son Like?

This gripping new play is a social commentary on race-relations in modern America. The mother, Kendra Ellis-Connor, is a black woman with a PhD in psychology who teaches at a local university. The father, Scott Connor, is a white FBI agent. American Son uses every parent's greatest fear to honestly discuss the relevant issues of race and bias in American culture. Audiences can feel tensions rise as information about their missing son is only revealed slowly and in small pieces. Inspired by recent police shootings of black teenagers, playwright Christopher Demos-Brown felt that such a high-pressure situation was the only time people would speak candidly about race-relations. This thought provoking show is full of raw emotion and American Son is a must-see for anyone who enjoys drama, mystery and a critical social lens.

Is American Son Good for Kids?

The show is recommended for children aged 14 and older, as it contains strong language and adult themes. Children under the aged of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.



American Son Ticket Lottery and Rush Schedule

Every day there are discounted Broadway show tickets sold as part of the Broadway ticket lotteries or as RUSH tickets. Tickets are only valid on-the-same-day of the drawing. The following is the daily schedule of the ticket lottery and RUSH ticket pricing.

General Rush

Tuesday, 10:00am

Wednesday, 10:00am

Thursday, 10:00am

Friday, 10:00am

Saturday, 10:00am

Sunday, 12:00pm

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Theatre Information

Booth Theatre

222 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 783
Entrance: 45th Street, between 7th and 8th Ave
Theatre Information

Booth Theatre Seating Chart

American Son Marquee

American Son Marquee

Cast Members

Kendra Ellis-Connor
Kerry Washington
Scott Connor
Steven Pasquale
Lieutenant John Stokes
Eugene Lee
Officer Paul Larkin
Jeremy Jordan

Producers

Jeffrey Richards

Simpson Street, LLC

Rebecca Gold

Will Trice

Stephen C Byrd

Alia M Jones

Production Credits

Director
Kenny Leon
Author
Christopher Demos-Brown
Costumes
Dede Ayite
Scenic Design
Derek McLane
Sound Design
Peter Fitzgerald

Creative Team

General Manager
RCI Theatricals
Advertising Representative
AKA NYC
Press Agent
Polk & Co