Over 50% Off Tickets to The Last Smoker in America

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Offer highlights:

  • The Last Smoker in America is a raucous, irreverent and unfiltered new musical comedy with book by Tony Award–nominee Bill Russell (Side Show) and music by Drama Desk nominee Peter Melnick (Adrift in Macao). Enter an America where the government is in your kitchen, sniffing for outlawed cigarettes! The extreme anti-smoking laws test the sanity of one suburban family.
  • Pam is having an impossible time trying to quit. Her husband Ernie retreats to the basement to relive the rock-star dreams of his youth, while their teenage son Jimmy only turns away from his video games to explore his gangster rapper persona. Adding to the dysfunctional dynamic is anti-smoking fanatic Phyllis, the neighbor who can't keep her nose out of everyone else's business.
  • This original and hilarious new musical will leave you craving for more!

Performance schedule:

Mon 8pm ; Tue 7pm ; Wed 2:30pm, 8pm ; Thu 8pm ; Fri 8pm ; Sat 2:30pm, 8pm

Three easy ways to buy:

Online: Visit BroadwayOffers.com and enter code LSTNY64.
Phone: Call 212-947-8844 and mention code LSTNY64.
In person: Bring a printout of this offer to the Westside Theatre box office, office hours noon–6pm.

Need to know:

  • Ticket price includes $1 facility fee. Additional fees apply to online and phone orders. Limit of 12 tickets per order.
  • Cannot be combined with any other offer or previously purchased tickets. Schedule is subject to change. Offer may be revoked at any time.
  • May be inappropriate for ages 12 and under. Children under the age of four are not permitted in the theater.
  • Photo credits: left photo: Natalie Venetia Belcon and John Bolton; right photo: Natalie Venetia Belcon, Farah Alvin, Jake Boyd, John Bolton
  • Offer valid through September 30. All sales are final.


Westside Theatre
407 W 43 St, New York, NY, 10036


"A smokin'-hot new musical!"

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