I think they really messed up with the perks. They should have more that include tickets to the actual show. 1,000 bucks is the cheapest one that includes tickets.
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2015, 11:51:30 AM People would still absolutely go to shows. Look at every other live event, people are still going to sporting events and those are all live in HD. People are still heading out to the movies as well when it's a big movie.
Personally for myself as someone who tries to see everything on Broadway before it closes though I would most likely cut out 85 percent of the shows I go to if I had the option of watching in HD from my couch. The major reason for this is that I hate driving in or ta
"I may be showing my age here, but, to me flip-flops and shorts are rude in the theater. I'm not suggesting tuxes and evening gowns, and I'm CERTAINLY not suggesting spending a lot of money. However, to me, wearing at least business casual clothing telegraphs to the actors, "I appreciate what you're doing for me." I see dressing for a business environment as opposed to Disneyland to be a form of silent applause."
"There could be a whole separate thread on people who feel fine coming to the theatre with incredibly offensive BO. When you are going to be in close quarters with lots of people, please, please be conscious of how you smell."
In the same theme there are some people who also wear way too much cologone and perfume.
People use to get dressed up for sporting events as well and that no longer happens either. That's just how people use to go out.
I get why people still dress up when they go especially if they are from out of town cause it's a special occasion but I usually see 40 to 50 shows a year and so many of the seats are so uncomfortable that if I had to be in uncomfortable clothes as well I probably wouldn't even go any more. I
I wish I could remember what theatre it was but last summer the older guy at the box office actually asked me "wore your nicest pair of shorts?" I smiled and replied of course I did. I found it quite amusing and I wasn't wearing ripped or dirty shorts or anything of that nature.
The lotto is digital only. There isn't one at the theatre.
I entered about 30 times for 2 tickets. Also I didn't even really win at the first shot. Someone must have not accepted the tickets when they won and I got a call about 2 hours before the show started asking if I still wanted tickets. So just keep an eye on your phone when you enter too. The seats were amazing though. Front row. Just keep trying and you should win eventually.
I went into this show not knowing anything about it and it turned out to be one of my favorite shows of the past year. I rarely leave a musical with a song stuck in my head but Ive been humming some of the songs from this show still and I saw it over a month ago. It's a shame it couldn't last longer.
"I tried BEA'S a few weeks ago, noisy, but upbeat, creative. Very yummy."
I went there this week before seeing disenchanted. I enjoyed the food there, I got a grilled chicken ceaser salad and my girlfriend got a personal sized pizza. Nice atmosphere there too with the old movies being played on the walls. I would go back.