This system is so unnecessary and they say it fights bots and scalpers but if you go look on stubhub for imagine dragons there's just as many tickets for sale for this tour as the previous ones without this system. I really hope this nonsense system doesn't become the norm.
I did this for the Imagine Dragons tour and it's a bunch of bs. They want you to pre-order a bunch of their new albums or bother your friends on social media with referrals to get towards the "front of the line" to get tickets before other people. It's completely garbage but I wouldn't expect anything less from ticketmaster. This is not the way to avoid bots and scalpers.
I'm not seeing the Bruce show but I'll probably try to go to the box office for P
I would love for this to happen. It's not like there are many horror shows that come around so there is definitely a market for this especially for people who normally wouldn't go to see a Broadway show. I know it's harder to transition something like a horror movie into a threatre but I'd love to see an original horror type play at some point.
I didn't read this whole thread yet and I don't care to place blame on anyone cause I saw comet and enjoyed it but I don't really care that it's closing. Just wanted to chime in that this guy Casal is an ass and I simply won't support anything he does (which doesn't seem like it will even be a hard thing to do) and so is Erivo, I won't support her either. I put them in the same category of overreacting morons like that other ass Patti Murin.
I don't blame him for stopping this either, people shouldn't be rewarded for bad behavior it's just a shame that people have to ruin it for the ones who are well behaved.
I've only done the stage door thing a handful of times for actors I really like and it was never any of this madness. Bryan Cranston still had the best setup that I've seen, security made us line up in a single line and said have your show related stuff only ready and cameras. There was
I visit this board frequently enough to think I'm rather informed but I had no idea who Oak even was and apparently I saw him in Hamilton after checking ibdb. If someone like me doesn't even know who he was how the hell was he going to sell tickets to the general public?
I also have no clue who the hell Rafael Casal is but after reading his annoying tweets he's on my list of people to never support(the only other person on that list i
Mine was the civil war, my mom got us tickets at the seaport tkts booth. I don't remember much about it but I'm sure I have the playbill somewhere. I didn't start seeing shows on a regular basis until 2010 though even though I've lived here all my life.
leighmiserables said: "A new development: Andrew Kober (who was in the Hair Revival, Les Mis, She Loves Me, SITPWG..) got one of the disrupters to agree to debate with him on periscope next week. I doubt it'll happen, but if it does it'll be interesting to see. I follow Andrew on twitter and he's an incredibly intelligent/polite/fair person, and has been defending the production for a while now. I doubt he'll be able to actually change anyone's mindset, but it'