I did this past Saturday and got there at 7 and was 10th on the line. I'd expect even more since it's the last weekend. I got tickets for the 2pm no problem but they labeled them as partial view, front row of the balcony. I had no issues seeing since most of the show doesn't take place on the edge of the stage anyway.
By 8am the line was quite long already, I'm not sure if any of those people got tickets or not.
I rushed the show today and was told the same thing about sitting up straight from the lady at the box office. It was side balcony front row and I had no issues seeing over it because most of the show is them in the middle of the stage anyway. My only complaint is the leg room is horrible, after an hour in I couldn't wait to stand up. The show was great though, just go enjoy it.
Thanks for the info, I got the balcony front row obstructed view seats as well, the lady at the box office told me to just sit up straight and its fine.
I got there around 7am and was maybe 10th in line. I'm not sure how many tickets people in front of me were getting or for which show but I wanted the 2pm show and got it no problem. If you're going to try this next weekend I wouldn't get there much later then 7am cause once 8am rolled around the line was pretty
Not sure if you can use this but since you want to see Jitney if you or someone you know is 30 or younger you can sign up for the Manhattan theatre clubs 30 for 30 program, it's free and you only need 1 person to be 30
The telecharge website is even worse then normal with all the traffic. Dear Evan Hansen only had 3 eligible dates so that's probably why nothing is showing up.
I did grab seats for great comet. They were 53 each in the rear mezzanine after fees. Normally these would be 79 each plus fees unless you go to the box office but I grabbed them because the cheapest tickets available are 59 each. I didn't want to spend a lot on this show but wanted to see Groban and didn&
I saw this last night and there were people in the standing room spots as well.
I hated the cliches in this show as well. The whole Texas gun touting bible thumping nonsense was just as cringe worthy as the other situations I'm the show people mentioned here. I didn't hate it though, it was too laughably bad to really hate.
My only guess is that maybe the producers of in transit think that they will get some increased numbers from all the shows closing. There are 13 shows closing from now until the end of January and only 2 new ones opening so I think that will be only 20 shows open by the end of January. Now I don't believe that will actually make any difference for this show even though I haven't seen it yet (I'm seeing it tonight) but maybe that's what the producers are thinking?
Sometimes you have to do things for your job that you don't like nor agree with. I think many of us here have done that and if you haven't had then consider yourself lucky. I'm sure it sucks for the ones who really don't want to be there but they have to look at the bigger picture for their own careers. They would be silly to risk their jobs over one day considering this job is probably something they have dreamed of doing since they were little kids.
I've lived here all my life and never had any issues. I also keep my wallet in my front pocket but that's for comfort not safety.
I never have more then 50 bucks cash on me because I only use credit cards, earn free cash every month and pay it right off. It's way easier plus if I actually did get mugged I would just give them my wallet if I had to and go and cancel the credit cards. Sure it would be a pain to replace them but it's bet
Robbyne said: "HogansHero said: "Yeah, those little cards weigh you down so much.
Thank you. I didn't mean the weight of the card, I meant security/safety. I don't like carrying a credit card while walking through the city all day before the show, especially at such a crowded time of year.