Every time I've walked by the stage door, security is ever present and vigilant as the actors sign - in fact and you can see it in this video how the security guard will follow Ben down the line and make sure he is present the entire time. I'm sure the whole thing was handled by security fairly quickly, and if nothing else, it means that they are on it and need to continue to
I haven't been to one of these in awhile, but they do make you purchase the CD to obtain the wristband. When I went to the Bring It On signing, people started forming the line before the doors opened and the only way into the event is with a wristband. Also, the performance is held in a little room and they do close the doors, so I'm not sure how much you could hear from outside of it. As far as I know, they don't usually let people into the event without a wristband.
Caught Fun Home in Philly on Sunday, and I am always surprised how people wait for the touring productions if they are 90 minutes outside of NYC?! I mean, I'll revisit a show on tour, but why wait for it to come here? There's a train, NJTransit, driving... just seems strange
It's so funny you mention this, because a coworker and I were just discussing this the other day. I work in ticketing in Philly and we were just talking about how it's crazy how long pe
Last year, they did not have a Tony viewing in Times Square and I haven't heard any information on if they will this year. I usually go to the Times Sqaure viewing and it is always a fun night, so I do hope they do it this year.
Just an update as my previous post in the other thread was about standing room price - standing room is $30 not $99 and I definitely received bad information on that. I went to the box office and the box office lady was shocked when I said that and wanted to know where I heard such wrong information.
Anyway, back on the topic at hand, I saw the show tonight and Brendon was absolutely incredible. His acting and accent were lovel
Just an update to my previous post - standing room is $30 not $99 and I definitely received bad information on that. I went to the box office and the box office lady was shocked when I said that and wanted to know where I heard such wrong information.
Anyway, back on the topic at hand, I saw the show tonight and Brendon was absolutely incredible. His acting and accent were lovely, and that voice is just undeniable. Some of the riffs he included here and there were just fantastic
I have generally gotten standing room pretty close to performance time, so I can't say really say if there is a line up in the morning for them. As I previously mentioned, they won't sell them until they are sold out, so that maybe when box office opens or closer to performance, just depends on when they make that call.
^I just saved the one you made Mr. Nowack, because that is so much better than the awful one they have. I really liked that art work and wish they had just gone with it for the cover art as well. Thanks for the much better alternative, Mr. Nowack.