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"Must see" musicals/shows and getting tickets.

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Obviously this is open to interpretation, however I'd like to get some sort of idea before we go.

Wicked is top of the list. Am assuming this is one I will need to order full price tickets for? We are booked to go to NYC in the last week of November, how far in advance should I purchase? Staying at the Affinia Dumont. Their website says they can organise tickets...good idea or not?

I'd like to see another show or musical, maybe something I can queue and get cheaper tickets for while we are there. Any suggestions?

Thank you!

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