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Broadway News Broadway's Grey House Will Offer Digital Lottery and Rush Tickets

The new thriller play starring Laurie Metcalf, Tatiana Maslaney, and Sophia Anne Caruso begins performances on Broadway April 29.

Laurie Metcalf, Tatiana Maslany, and Sophia Anne Caruso

The new Broadway play Grey House has announced digital lottery and rush ticket policies, which will be available from the first preview performance. Grey House begins previews April 29, with an opening night set for May 30.

The digital lottery, offered through Telecharge, will be open for entries from 12 AM to 3 PM ET one day before each performance. Winners will be drawn at 9 AM and 3 PM ET, and winners will have six hours to claim up to two tickets for $43 each. The lottery will be available at

Rush tickets will be available in person the day of the performance as soon as the box office opens. Tickets will be $35, and each person can purchase up to two tickets. The box office opens at 10 AM Monday through Saturday, and 12 PM on Sundays. 

Grey House follows a couple whose car crashes on a mountain and subsequently seek shelter in an isolated cabin with somewhat unusual inhabitants. The play, a thriller, is written by Levi Holloway, in his Broadway debut, and directed by two-time Tony winner Joe Mantello, the production will begin April 29 at the Lyceum Theatre with opening night set for May 30.

Leading the show are Laurie Metcalf, Tatiana Maslany, Paul Sparks, Sophia Anne Caruso, and Millicent Simmonds. The cast also includes Cyndi Coyne, Colby Kipnes, Alyssa Emily Marvin, and Eamon Patrick O'Connell.

The production will have scenic design by three-time Tony winner Scott Pask, costume design by Emmy nominee Rudy Mance, lighting design by seven-time Tony winner Natasha Katz, sound design by Tony nominee Tom Gibbons, musical supervision and a cappella arrangements by Obie winner Or Matias, choreography by Tony nominee Camille A. Brown, casting by David Caparelliotis, and general management by Foresight Theatrical. And in a rare move, Andrew Morrill is the production's director of artistic sign language.

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