Once Upon A One More Time, which will begin previews on Broadway May 13 prior to an official opening June 22 at the Marquis Theatre, has announced a digital lottery. The new musical, powered by the music of Grammy winner Britney Spears, will launch its digital lottery May 12 through Broadway Direct.
A limited number of $47 tickets will be available for each performance. Lottery entries will be accepted starting at 9 AM the day prior to the performance until 3 PM the day prior to the performance. Once the lottery closes, winners will be notified within minutes and will have one hour to claim and pay for tickets. Seat locations and number of tickets awarded by the lottery are subject to availability, and some seats may be partially obstructed. There is a limit of one entry per person per day and a limit of two tickets per entry. To enter and for more specifics, click here.
In addition, the new jukebox musical also released two sneak peaks of the show. Above, see Justin Guarini, who plays Prince Charming in the show, perform "Circus."
Below, see the cast perform "Boys."
Helmed by Keone and Mari Madrid (Beyond Babel, Karate Kid), the cast will include Briga Heelan (Great News) as Cinderella, Justin Guarini (American Idol, Wicked) as Prince Charming, Aisha Jackson (Frozen, Paradise Square) as Snow White, Jennifer Simard (Company, Mean Girls) as the Stepmother, Adam Godley (The Lehman Trilogy) as the Narrator, Brooke Dillman (The Office) as The O.F.G. (Original Fairy Godmother), Ryann Redmond (Frozen) as Stepsister Belinda, Tess Soltau (Wicked) as Stepsister Betany, along with Gabrielle Beckford (The Prom) as Rapunzel, Ashley Chiu (KPOP) as Sleeping Beauty, Nathan Levy (Dear Evan Hansen) as Clumsy, Ryan Steele (Newsies) as Prince Erudite, Morgan Whitley (American Psycho) as Princess Pea, and Lauren Zakrin (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) as Little Mermaid.
Rounding out the company will be Liv Battista as Belle, Karissa Bruno as Little Girl, Pauline Casiño as Esmeralda, Selene Haro (Beyond Babel) as Gretel, Joshua Daniel Johnson (Sneakerella) as Prince Brawny, Amy Hillner Larsen (The Marvelous Wonderettes) as Goldilocks, Justice Moore (Hamilton) as Red, Kevin Trinio Perdido (Almost Famous) as Prince Mischievous, Mikey Ruiz (Beyond Babel) as Prince Gregarious, Josh Tolle (Kinky Boots) as Prince Suave, Stephen Scott Wormley (The Lion King) as Prince Affable, and Isabella Ye as Little Girl, along with Matt Allen (Escape to Margaritaville), Jacob Burns (Hamilton), Salisha Thomas (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), and Diana Vaden (Tootsie).
The musical, which features a book by Jon Hartmere (bare), follows a group of fairy tale heroines taking action to change their stories after fairy godmother goes rogue and drops off a copy of The Feminine Mystique, all set to the soundtrack of songs made famous by the Princess of Pop. The work previously played a run at Shakespeare Theatre Company in 2021.
The Madrids are directing and choreographing, leading a creative team that also includes creative consultant David Leveaux, scenic designer Anna Fleischle, costume designer Loren Elstein, lighting designer Kenneth Posner, sound designer Andrew Keister, projection designer Sven Ortel, and wig designer Nikiya Mathis. Casting is by Hardt Casting.