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Natasha, Pierre, & the Great Comet of 1812

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Part of It All
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joined:8/4/13
Hello,

I am deciding what shows I would like to try to see for my birthday and this show came up. I am really intrigued and from what I heard from it (Broadway at Bryant Park, general word of mouth, and their website)it sounds awesome. I am 15 though and I would be going with either my parents or a close relative.

Do you guys think there will be any issues with this? Is is risque? I am mature and have seen adult things with these people at a younger age (next To normal, Hair, and Murder Ballad).

If it is a problem I will probably do rush or get discounted tickets from a program I am a part of. I know it is closing soon so I want to act soon.

And how is the food?
Sorry this is so long.

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Updated On: 8/4/13 at 01:48 AM
Luv2goToShows
Broadway Star
joined:9/13/09
It is a great show, I would not say it is risqué, the only issue with your age would probably mean you will not be served alcohol. Personally I did not think the food was OK but nothing spectacular. Rush tickets do not include food but there is a menu if you choose to eat. They do not serve food during the Wed matinee & Rush tickets are $49.
Frank8
Swing
joined:3/1/09
How's the air-conditioning in the tent?
Emmaloucbway
Broadway Star
joined:10/16/11
I'm 16 and have seen the show. It's not that risque, and is totally fine for someone who has seen those "adult shows" at a younger age (i am one of those people, too. Hahaha.) . I enjoyed the food, but i'm not the biggest fan of dinner theatre-type shows. I loved the musical though, especially the score and the unique, immersive experience. Like an above poster said, the only thing that will happen is that you won't be served alcohol.
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taboo123
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joined:5/27/05
nice
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Swing
joined:7/6/10
Hi,

What time and day do those of you who have seen this suggest getting to the tent to
take advantage of the $49 Rush Tickets? Is there generally a line ?

Also, does anyone have a working Code to buying tickets for the dinner also online? (I tried BB1812 but the Natasha website won't accept this code, even though it's linked via BroadwayBox!!:)

Sorry if this has been answered before on other threads...

Any tips those of you in the know, could give about getting discount tickets would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks!!!

V
Updated On: 8/9/13 at 04:56 PM
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dshnookie
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joined:9/15/07
just FYI, the Broadway Box code is only valid for Sunday at 1pm performances.
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Thanks, dshnookie!!
siny
Broadway Star
joined:2/8/07
I just bought tickets for the last Sunday matinee, using Playbill discount code: PB1812 - $79. Is the alcohol included in the price ? I hate vodka...

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