Posted by tking001 2013-01-17 14:16:04
Do you guys think they'll do some type of rush or lottery?
I know they haven't been on TDF and first preview is next week
Posted by Pammylicious 2013-01-17 14:19:01
That's exactly why i bought a rear mezz full price ticket. My gut is telling me this is having fantastic pre-sales. Can't wait until we see the first full week numbers.
Posted by abbagirl 2013-01-17 14:20:33
The Broadway usually does rushes, not lottos, there will probably be a rush.
Posted by HBBrock 2013-01-17 14:21:32
Cinderella was on TDF about 2 hours ago, but the shows sold out quickly for Jan 28, 29, 30
Posted by Pammylicious 2013-01-17 14:26:22
They are still on TDF for $45.....not a deal, especially since discounted tickets are being offered.
Posted by winston89 2013-01-17 14:38:18
It's not the owners of the theatre who decide if there is a rush/what format it wil be. It's the producers of the show. While it is true that recent shows at The Broadway have opted for a general rush format, it's just happenstance. The most recent show to do a lotto that was at the Broadway was Shrek. But, they did their lotto at the M&M's store.
Posted by abbagirl 2013-01-17 14:45:00
I know it's not the theatres who decide, I work in ticketing. That being said, I will be very surprised if it's a lotto.
Posted by RippedMan 2013-01-17 14:51:27
I hate when they have tickets on TDF but then you try to just buy one and it says "there are not enough tickets for your order." If there isn't even 1 ticket available, then why keep it up? I tried all 3 days.
Posted by RaisedOnMusicals 2013-01-17 15:11:25
Do we see numbers for preview weeks or only after the actual opening?
Posted by gstrus2 2013-01-17 17:38:28
I think it is selling extremely well. It has had barely any tickets left for most of the shows I have checked. Most of the Rear Mezz at least is booked. Looked at most Fridays and Sats in Feb.
Posted by broadwayboy222 2013-01-21 16:31:29
Since previews begin Friday, when do you think they will announce the rush/lotto policy?
Posted by emilyfaye48 2013-01-23 21:08:42
Can anyone remember if Sister Act or Shrek offered Rush for first preview? I know Promises Promises did not have them for first preview because I was one of the sad schmucks who waited out in the cold for an absurd amount of time, but it was just for 1st preview. Doesn't the Broadway pretty much always have a rush?
Posted by WhatIWasBorn2Do 2013-01-23 21:12:29
They in-formally announced today via Facebook that they will offer a rush. No price was named yet. I dont know if they mean to say it will be weekdays only or all 6 days.