what do I see

JRRTolken
Understudy
joined:6/7/14
what do I see
Posted: 8/9/14 at 10:50pm
I want to see Fun Home and On the 20th Century what do I do?
haterobics
Broadway Legend
joined:3/29/14
what do I see
Posted: 8/9/14 at 10:56pm
Buy a ticket to Fun Home, and a ticket to On the 20th Century?! Are there factors to this seemingly easy decision that you didn't mention?
formerly oasisjeff on here.
dramamama611
Broadway Legend
joined:12/4/07
what do I see
Posted: 8/10/14 at 01:48pm
Haterobics -- whew, I, too was at a loss.
If we're not having fun, then why are we doing it? These are DISCUSSION boards, not mutual admiration boards. Discussion only occurs when we are willing to hear what others are thinking, regardless of whether it is alignment to our own thoughts.
tazber
Broadway Legend
joined:5/10/05
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Posted: 8/10/14 at 02:34pm
It's not as easy as that guys. You have to understand that these two shows have entered into a "mutually exclusive audience" contract.

I think what is being asked for here is a thorough breakdown of legal loopholes that would permit someone to see both.

....but the world goes 'round
Phantom4ever
Featured Actor
joined:9/17/07
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Posted: 8/10/14 at 02:46pm
The poor OP probably only has one show slot left and he has narrowed it down to either Fun Home or On the 20th Century. Little did he know that he was unleashing the full joke potential of this board with his innocent request.
haterobics
Broadway Legend
joined:3/29/14
what do I see
Posted: 8/10/14 at 02:57pm
"I think what is being asked for here is a thorough breakdown of legal loopholes that would permit someone to see both."

I think they only check the names of the purchaser between box offices, and you don't have to include your guest names at that time. So, if person A buys two Fun Home tickets, and person B buys two On The 20th Century tickets, you should be fine. I would recommend doing that early in the run, in case they catch on, though.
formerly oasisjeff on here.