Markie27 said: "I am surprised there's still no map of the booths . I really want to be prepared come Sunday and it's less than a week and still no map on their site! I can't wait. I'm so excited. It's my third year. And being a theater obsessed fan for me this is the most wonderful time if the year! "
I think they usually only post it a couple of days in advance. Like I never recall seeing it before Friday or Saturday.
In all honesty, you'd probably be better off waiting at the stage door afterwards and giving them to the person there.I'm assuming you don't personally know this person? It just seems awkward to try to get someone's attention from the stage, especially if you aren't even very close to them when they are out there. And at the stage door you may get to talk to them longer and it will be more personal.
At the last one, they had programming until 11pm. You are not required to stay if you don't want to. Like most people left around 10pm because they just had some bands that Broadway folks are in on the side. I stayed for those. Since we don't have a schedule of events yet, it's difficult to say what you should do. I guess wait to see if the evening programming is of interest to you or not. As I mentioned, you are free to leave the convention and come back whenever, &nb
leighmiserables said: "LizzieCurry said: "It was next to the Mormon table last year, right? With Newsies and Les Miz posters among the stuff? I agree; I don't think that's super common. Though it was pretty convenient."
I could've sworn there was more than just window cards forLes Mis, thoughI know they had quite a few items on the online auction, so maybe I'm thinking of that?
I think it depends on when a show closes. Actually, last year I think there was 1 table last year that was selling merchandise from shows that just closed. I don't think it is very common or should be an expectation every year.
Bumping this up for a new place I liked. This is if you are just looking for something quick and don't need to sit as there are just counters and no seats. It's Los Tacos No. 1 on West 43rd across from the rear entrances of the Lyric and American Airlines theatres. The quesadilla was fantastic. And the salsa was really good too. Again, they don't have a very extensive menu, but you can get some good tacos for less than $5. And it also wasn't very crowde
I'm guessing you mean the Broadway theatre for Miss Saigon based on the thread title?
I have no opinions on front row mezzanine as I have never sat there. But, the whole front section is probably fine. I was in row F seat 1, and thought it was a good view. That's the last row of the front section with a walking aisle between that and the rear mezzanine.
I agree about late seating when it's a huge crowd. I saw Wicked at the Boston Opera House a couple of weeks ago. Everything was fine until after intermission. Once the first song for act 2 was done, the ushers let so many people come back in to reseat. There had to be at least 15-20, maybe more. How is that fine?
phantomcrazy14 said: "I don't know if it's still there, but there used to be a sign for Daddy Long Legs on the side of the Davenport Theatre facing the parking lot (where on a side note, there seems to always be someone waving that orange flag without fail at all hours of the day)
I saw that last month and was thinking "Didn't that close already?"
And I also think the Stephen Sondheim theatre still has the Hen
You can always try the Groundhog Day lottery. That way you can enter in advance. And if you don't win, they usually have some discount code. And then you will definitely be guaranteed a ticket to something instead of rushing around at the last minute.
^ I don't know about the Shubert, but when I sat in essentially the same seat numbers in row D of the Ambassador mezzanine, I felt like I was watching Chicago from backstage. I was not told there would be issues like that.
At least here, they do say the seats are partial view.