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It has singing, dancing, acting, drama, and if you’re lucky, jazz hands. We are of course talking about theater.

When seen on Broadway, shows and musicals not only have the potential to entertain, they also have the ability to transform the soul. Shows like Wicked, The Lion King, Hamilton, Jersey Boys, and Book of Mormon have changed lives.

Let’s not forget plays. Live drama, without characters singing their feelings, can be just as transformative. From Hamlet to Hamilton, God of Carnage to An Act of God, Amadeus to August: Osage County, the stage can explore the human condition like no other medium can.

Yes, one of life’s great luxuries is to attend a Broadway musical, see a Tony Award winning play, or visit your local theatre to catch a national touring company.

What if seeing a musical or play didn’t just enrich your soul but also helped someone in need? What if going to the theatre helped a charity?

Well, at GoodDeedTickets that’s exactly what happens because we donate $5 from the profits of every sale to charity. When you buy from us, you’ll not only be a patron of the arts but a philanthropist too.

Think of all lives musicals like Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, and Cats have touched. Now, think of all the people you can touch if you use GoodDeedSeats every time you want to attend a musical or play?

Knowing that a portion of the profits are going to charity might even make those anti-theatre fans in your family want to go with you to the Gershwin Theatre, New Amsterdam Theatre or Neil Simon Theatre, or your local venue when the traveling production of last year’s hottest musical comes to town.

Buying theatre tickets from GoodDeedSeats for shows like Kinky Boots, Something Rotten, or Beautiful: The Carole King Musical will not only give you an amazing night of entertainment, but they’ll also be your good deed for the day.


We'll Donate $5 for You Too

And we can give $5 from the profits of your ticket purchase to a charity that you choose too. (learn more)