Review - How Much Would You Pay To NOT See [title of show]?
Plenty of musicals have tried to pass themselves off as "the musical for people who don't like musicals" in order to bring new audiences to Broadway, but those apparent geniuses at [title of show] have figured out that there are people who hate Broadway musicals so much that they'd be willing to shell out big bucks in order to not see one. So, in a special premium ticket plan announced this afternoon, for a mere $2,501.50, you can get a great seat for [title of show] and then have an NYU student watch the show for you and tell you about it later. (You know, so you don't embarrass yourself in case Marian Seldes just happens to come up to you at Bar Centrale and ask what you thought of it.)Of course, if you insist on seeing the show for your two and a half grand plus six bits, management will happily enhance your theatergoing experience by providing you with opera glasses, a tiara and a scepter, which is very handy for bopping the heads of those who let their cell phones go off during the performance.