Looking for True West Hiptix Feb 21
2019, 08:21:04 AM
Good luck. Hiptix have to be picked up in person by the buyer and can’t be transferred so unless your seller is willing to travel to personally hand you the ticket, you are S.O.L
FWIW, the TodayTix rush doesn’t cost that much more and the seats are better.
haterobics said: "I'm still surprised no one has dressed up as Walter White and walked ominously behind Goldwyn and Maslany when they are outside the theater..."
But FWIW, I thought that was the coolest part of the show. I wonder how that scene looks during matinees and if it changes things at all.
Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 2/17/19 Feb 19
2019, 04:14:40 PM
I can’t link on my phone, but I believe I saw something about Be More Chill breaking the house record at the Lyceum by about $200K in its first week.
I wonder what caused the capacity drop for THE CHER SHOW
TDF Broadway offerings slim Feb 17
2019, 06:42:36 PM
It’s also important to note that quite a few shows that were once featured closed in January.
Within the next few weeks, I anticipate we will start seeing some of the new shows in previews popping up as they tend to do around late February/early March
What ONE new show to see in June for Dad and Daughters?? Feb 17
2019, 09:41:35 AM
Considering they are 17 and 19, depending on your comfort level, you can always split up based on your different taste in shows and then converge at a point after the show. I used to do that with my parents.
I loved THE CHER SHOW, but also THE PROM and TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD are high up on my list based on my reviews and those of my friends.
Get your tickets early though because that’s the run up to the week of the Tonys and sitting too long may cost you in the long run
Lot666 said: "CT2NYC said: "There are several pics on Instagram of Jake Gyllenhaal posing with fans, so he's definitely been coming out."
He's actually taking pics with people? Wow, that was a no-no at Sunday in the Park."
Uh...maybe it depended on the day. I got one with him and he was very friendly to me
TRUE WEST stage door Feb 8
2019, 09:12:54 AM
Went last night. Show ended around 10:20, and both guys were out within 30 minutes. Both were very nice, signed, and took pictures. The crowd was also relatively small. (Originally 4, then grew to about 10 people, with half being autograph hunters)
True West Rush Tickets Feb 8
2019, 09:11:15 AM
Update - The TodayTix Rush was right orchestra, N-6. The theatre is small and intimate so you really don’t miss anything from that vantage
Next Live Show Feb 7
2019, 10:47:18 AM
I’m in agreement. Little Shop of Horrors airing on Halloween would be an EVENT
True West Rush Tickets Feb 7
2019, 07:03:01 AM
Any updates on rush. The HIPTIX are sold out for the run so this is my only option
Rent with middle schoolers Feb 4
2019, 08:42:09 PM
Content aside, which alone makes it somewhat inappropriate, do you think they are going to be able to comprehend the many different themes of RENT, like drug abuse, poverty, LGBT issues, and HIV?
I shudder to think at how middle schoolers would react to watching Collins and Angel’s love scenes, as relatively asexual as they are
dramamama611 said: "I think Pope leaves at the end of the original run. Pretty sure the original press release on the extention mentioned who was taking over."
Yes, Jonathan Burke (Pope’s understudy) is taking over for the last two weeks of the run as Pope departs for AIN’T TOO PROUD
Choir Boy Reviews Feb 3
2019, 09:00:26 AM
Saw this yesterday and it struck a chord with me in certain ways. *SPOILERS AHEAD*
The play itself can be a bit predictable, and I didn’t really like how they shoehorned in Austin Pendelton’s character and then explained his connection to the play in a one-line throwaway. I liked how they juggled the gay storylines in the play, especially including the “dont-be-so-obvious” trope that I went through in high school. Also, the penultimate scene in the bedroom warmed my heart because, rarel
FANtomFollies said: ""The production was, admittedly, cool, but there were quite a few times where the big screen and whatever happened to the picture were unnecessarily distracting.
I would recommend this for Cranston alone, but the sheer amount of sterile polish and artifice that some production elements have threatens to derail it all"
I agree with some of your points but I would really argue that you missed some of the major intentions of
NETWORK Reviews Feb 1
2019, 11:47:35 PM
Saw it tonight. Cranston is really the glue that holds this whole operation together and you can see how much it completely sags when he goes off, even briefly. He honestly deserves every award out there for taking an iconic film role and creating a thoroughly fresh and riveting portrayal of a man in the twilight of life who is falling to pieces.
I thought Goldwyn acquitted himself nicely, but Maslany is another story. She only had two modes, bland and raging. There was zero nuance and
Network stage door Feb 1
2019, 10:38:18 PM
Okay, so for tonight, Tony Goldwyn, Joshua Boone, and Nick Wyman all came out and signed within the first 20 minutes.We waited for Cranston and he came out about 10pm (latest that ever does).
Cranston signed everything, was remarkably friendly, and we could take pictures OF him, specifically because tonight was really freaking cold.
As others have said, he only signs show related stuff and his book.
For those curious, Tatiana Maslany usually dips out quickly and runs