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Everyone is clamoring for The Merchant of Venice tickets! Shakespeare's classic tale has certainly been at the forefront of the theater scene in recent months. Many patrons flocked to the Public Theater and then to Broadway itself to see the fabulously successful production featuring Al Pacino as Shylock, and now the critically acclaimed 2007 production by Off-Broadway's Theater for a New Audience, featuring Oscar-winner F. Murray Abraham (Amadeus) in the infamous role, has launched a mini-tour with stops in Chicago, Boston, and Los Angeles. Don't miss your chance to see the Shakespeare play that's all the rage--check out our Merchant of Venice schedule now!
Merchant of Venice tickets are predicted to sell out very quickly, so bookmark this page and revisit frequently for a guaranteed purchase! The Merchant of Venice's story is a thing of legend: The "Merchant" is in fact Antonio, a wealthy man in the fabled seafaring city who decides to help out a ne'er do well friend, Bassanio, with a loan. He needs the loan because his wealth is tied up at sea, and Bassanio needs money to travel to woo his sweetheart, Portia. The Jewish moneylender, Shylock (Abraham), agrees to lend Antonio the money on one condition: If Antonio fails to come up with the cash by a given date, he must give Shylock a pound of his flesh. Shylock's seemingly vindictive request is fueled by Antonio's antisemitism, but Antonio sees the no-interest loan as very lenient, and he agrees to the contract. Shylock's Jewish identity represented something very controversial in the late 1500s, and the complex reasons for Shakespeare's characterization of Shylock run deep and wide. Buy Merchant of Venice tickets to see how the renound tragicomedy plays out. Those who buy Wicked tickets may love their Ozian adventure, but this show brings us back to our theatrical roots. Don't let this opportunity pass - snap up your Merchant of Venice tickets today!