Lady Day and Casa Valentina Rush Advice

broadwaybabe1234
Stand-by
joined:5/3/09
I am going to be in the city this Saturday and was wondering what the rush has been like for Lady Day and Casa Valentina. I really want to see them both but i can only stand in line for one and then walk over to the other and see if they aren't sold out already.

So i was wondering how has the Lady Day rush been lately? Same with Casa Valentina?
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brdway411
Broadway Star
joined:2/24/14
I rushed Casa last Saturday, and It did not get busy until 10. I have not rushed Lady Day yet, hoping to tomorrow or Friday. I would suggest getting Lady day first then going to Casa as they have a Student Rush, not general rush, both have 2 shows that day.
brdway411
Broadway Star
joined:2/24/14
Just rushed Lady Day. Only 10 rush tickets sold. I would get Lady Day first and then hit Casa.
givesmevoice
Broadway Legend
joined:12/2/07
broadwaybabe1234, are you under 30? You could sign up for MTC's 30 Under 30 to get a ticket for Casa Valentina.

brdway411, what time did you get there for Lady Day rush? (And what time would you recommend getting there?)
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dancer484
Chorus Member
joined:4/10/12
I rushed Lady Day on Tuesday. We got there at 9:20am and were 9th in line. The next person in line arrive at 9:55am and she also got a ticket!
broadwaybabe1234
Stand-by
joined:5/3/09
Thanks for the help. If i get to the box office at 10 do you think that they would still have tickets? I just need to know how early of a bus i need to catch...
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brdway411
Broadway Star
joined:2/24/14
NO, they only had 10 tickets today, at 10am when they let us in only the first 5 out of 10 people got tickets. The last people that got tickets got to the line at around 8:30, 9:00 am. Today was a weekday. The show is selling well. Tonight was sold out (at least that is what the Box office told me this morning). I would get there no later than 8:30, 9 am. and even then there is no guarantee there will still be rush tickets when you get to the window.


Updated On: 4/24/14 at 07:04 PM
bstoll1
Stand-by
joined:9/27/13
Casa Valentina has been posting tickets on TDF and has a bunch of tickets posted starting for tomorrows performance for $39.00.
brdway411
Broadway Star
joined:2/24/14
The rush tickets are $27
Clewis1219
Swing
joined:12/15/10
Does anyone have advice on the best way to get a discounted ticket to Lady Day this weekend? I am in town on Saturday and hoping to catch the evening performance, but won't get into the city from Baltimore until around 3:30, so I believe the rush is out. I see the show has been posting on TDF frequently according to the site...is the site reliable/price of tickets? Willing to buy full price, but my non-profit budget would appreciate your help. Thanks so much!

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macnyc
Broadway Legend
joined:7/26/08
If you're a member of TDF and see a ticket for Saturday, why don't you just buy it? I see Lady Day is on TDF for tomorrow, Wednesday, but not yet for Saturday. If you mean the TKTS booth, that may be a good option. But in general, discounts are scarcer on the weekend.
luvtheEmcee
Broadway Legend
joined:12/9/03
I tried to rush Lady Day on Sunday. Got there about ten minutes before the box office opened (it opens at noon on Sundays) and there were 4 or 5 people ahead of us. When we got inside, we were told that there were no rush tickets that day, only standing room or five remaining full price seats for $97. SRO was $30 and the view was fine.
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