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Broadway Ticket Availability

March 18, 1999

NEW YORK (AP) _ Broadway ticket availability as of March 19. Unless otherwise noted, tickets are available for the shows listed. Credit card holders may order tickets by phone or by calling Telecharge or Ticketmaster.

The Telecharge number is (212) 239-6200 unless otherwise indicated. There is a $5.50 service charge per ticket.

Ticketmaster is (212) 307-4100. There is a $5.75 service charge per ticket, plus a $2.75 handling fee per order.

Both services will provide information on specific seat locations. They also have toll-free numbers for theater ticket calls outside New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. For Telecharge call (800) 432-7250; for Ticketmaster call (800) 755-4000.

The League of American Theaters and Producers has a special telephone line called the Broadway Line for information on most Broadway shows (except ``The Lion King″ and ``Beauty and the Beast″) and how to purchase tickets. Calls must be made on a touch-tone phone. The number is 1-888 BROADWAY. The line will also provide information on Broadway touring productions. Consumers in the New York tri-state area may call (212) 302-4111.

The TKTS booths in Times Square at Broadway and 47th Street and in the World Trade Center sell same-day discount tickets to Broadway, off-Broadway, music and dance productions. There is a $2.50 service charge per ticket. Cash or travelers checks only.

In addition, full-price tickets and information on Broadway and off-Broadway shows are available at the Broadway Ticket Center, located on the east side of Broadway between 46th Street and 47th Street. There is a $4.50 service charge per ticket.

For 24-hour information on theater, dance and music performances in New York’s five boroughs, call the Theater Development Fund’s New York City-On Stage, (212) 768-1818.

_″Annie Get Your Gun,″ Bernadette Peters is Annie Oakley in this revival of the 1946 Irving Berlin musical. Marquis. Ticketmaster.

_″Art,″ the London comedy hit about the tribulations of friendship. Winner of the 1998 Tony Award for best play. Judd Hirsch, Joe Morton and George Wendt star. Royale. Telecharge.

_″Band in Berlin,″ a musical about the Comedian Harmonists, a popular singing group in Germany in the 1920s and early ’30s. Helen Hayes. Telecharge.

_″Beauty and the Beast,″ a stage version of the Walt Disney cartoon classic. Palace. Ticketmaster.

_″Cabaret,″ a revival of the Kander and Ebb musical set in pre-World War II Berlin. A Roundabout Theater Company production at Studio 54.(212) 719-1300.

_″Cats,″ musical based on T.S. Eliot’s cat poems, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Now the longest running show in Broadway history. Winter Garden. Telecharge.

_″Chicago,″ a revival of the 1975 Bob Fosse musical. Shubert. Telecharge.

_″Closer,″ Natasha Richardson and Rupert Graves star in Patrick Marber’s play about relationships in the late 1990s. Now in previews, opens March 28. Music Box. Telecharge.

_″Death of a Salesman,″ Brian Dennehy is Willy Loman in a revival of Arthur Miller’s most famous play. Eugene O’Neill. Telecharge.

_″Fosse,″ a musical celebration of choreographer Bob Fosse. Broadhurst. Telecharge.

_″Footloose,″ a musical based on the 1984 film about a young man who brings dancing to a straight-laced Midwest town. Richard Rodgers. Ticketmaster.

_″Jekyll & Hyde,″ a pop music version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s horror classic. Plymouth. Telecharge.

_″Les Miserables,″ a musical retelling of the epic Victor Hugo novel. Imperial. Telecharge.

_″Miss Saigon,″ the big London musical hit, a modern reworking of Puccini’s ``Madama Butterfly.″ Broadway. Telecharge.

_″Night Must Fall,″ Matthew Broderick stars in a revival of the Emlyn Williams thriller. Lyceum. Telecharge.

_″Not About Nightingales,″ a lost Tennessee Williams play about a prison riot in the 1930s. Corin Redgrave plays the prison warden. Circle in the Square. Telecharge. Limited engagement through June 27.

_″Ragtime,″ a musical version of E.L. Doctorow’s panoramic novel of the turn-of-century America. Ford Center for the Performing Arts. Ticketmaster.

_″Rent,″ a musical celebration of artists and outcasts in New York’s East Village, written by Jonathan Larson. Nederlander. Ticketmaster.

_″Side Man,″ Warren Leight’s play about a jazz musician and his family. Golden. Telecharge.

_″Smokey Joe’s Cafe,″ a musical revue featuring the songs of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, the team that wrote such pop hits as ``Hound Dog,″ ``Jailhouse Rock,″ ``Stand By Me″ and ``Yakety Yak!″ Virginia. Telecharge.

_″The Lion in Winter″ a revival of the James Goldman play about Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Laurence Fishburne and Stockard Channing star. Roundabout Theater Company. 719-1300. Limited engagement through May 23.

_″The Lion King,″ director Julie Taymor’s stage musical version of the Disney cartoon hit. Winner of the 1998 Tony Award for best musical. New Amsterdam. Ticketmaster. Difficult.

_″The Phantom of the Opera,″ the lavish Andrew Lloyd Webber musical about a deformed composer who haunts the Paris Opera House and the young soprano he loves. Majestic. Telecharge.

_″The Scarlet Pimpernel,″ a musical by Frank Wildhorn, composer of ``Jekyll & Hyde,″ set against the backdrop of the French Revolution. Minskoff. Ticketmaster.

_″The Sound of Music,″ a revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. Richard Chamberlain stars as Capt. Von Trapp. Martin Beck. Telecharge.

_″Titanic,″ a musical by Maury Yeston and Peter Stone about one of the greatest sea disasters. Lunt-Fontanne. Ticketmaster. Closes March 28.

_″Via Dolorosa,″ playwright David Hare’s meditation on his visits to Israel and Palestine. Booth. Telecharge. Limited engagement through June 13.

_″You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,″ a revival of the Peanuts musical based on the comic strip by Charles M. Schultz. Ambassador. Telecharge.

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