Broadway's Here Lies Love Announces Rush Policy for Union Members | Playbill

Broadway News Broadway's Here Lies Love Announces Rush Policy for Union Members

The David Byrne-Fatboy Slim musical plays the Broadway Theatre.

Arielle Jacobs and the cast of Here Lies Love Billy Bustamante, Matthew Murphy, and Evan Zimmerman

As strikes continue, Broadway's Here Lies Love is now offering a rush ticket policy for labor union members.

Those with a valid union card are eligible to purchase $39 tickets at the Broadway Theatre box office all day on the day of the performance. Tickets are subject to availability and limited to a maximum of two per person. 

Here Lies Love also offers general rush tickets and a digital lottery. The musical from Grammy, Tony, and Oscar winner David Byrne and Grammy winner Fatboy Slim began its open-ended run in June, featuring immersive staging that transforms the Broadway Theatre into a dance club. 

The show tells the true story of Filipino First Lady Imelda Marcos, whose husband Ferdinand Marcos was the 10th president of the Philippines and ruled as dictator for 20 years, until 1986. 

The cast, which is the first all-Filipino company on Broadway, includes Arielle Jacobs as Imelda Marcos, Jose Llana as Ferdinand Marcos, Conrad Ricamora as Ninoy Aquino, Aaron J. Albano, Melody Butiu, Moses Villarama, Jasmine Forsberg, Reanne Acasio, Jaygee Macapugay, Julia Abueva, Renée Albulario, Aaron Alcaraz, Carol Angeli, Nathan Angelo, Kristina Doucette, Roy Flores, Timothy Matthew Flores, Sarah Kay, Jeigh Madjus, Aaron "AJ" Mercado, Geena Quintos, Shea Renne, and Angelo Soriano. Filipino actor Vina Morales will join the show as Aurora Aquino for a limited guest engagement September 22-October 22.

The creative team includes Tony winning-director Alex Timbers, Olivier-nominated choreographer Annie-B Parson, Tony-nominated scenic designer David Korins, Tony-winning costume designer Clint Ramos, Tony-winning lighting designer Justin Townsend, sound designers M.L. Dogg and Cody Spencer, Tony-nominated projection designer Peter Nigrini, music director J. Oconer Navarro, assistant director Billy Bustamante, assistant choreographer Renée Albulario, Phillipines casting consultant Bobby Garcia, production stage manager Gregory T. Livoti, and assistant stage managers Ryan Gohsman and Sheryl Polancos.

Casting is by Tara Rubin, Xavier Rubiano, and Gail Quintos, with general management by Foresight Theatrical. Giselle “G” Töngi is the show’s Cultural and Community Liaison.


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