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Broadway rehearsals-Tickets?or how to see a show for not much $

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We are a family of 4- two kids ages 13 and 8-that are planning an "on a shoestring budget" short trip to NYC right before Christmas. This will be our second time to visit after going last summer and loving it!
This time money is tight, but we would really love to be able to see a show again with the kids. (We saw The Lion King before-wow!) I read somewhere that you may be able to see final rehearsals to the shows. Is that true and if so, how much are tickets? I know about the TKTS booth, but can you get tickets there for less than $50 a piece? We really need to not go higher than about a hundred dollars for all of us. If it can't be done, we will wait until next time! Many thanks for all of your help.

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