Does anyone know if there is an in person rush for this?
In & Of Itself off-bway final performance Aug 20
2018, 05:24:15 PM
I went to the final show and it was amazing. It was basically celebrities and friends, and people who had gone to the show a bunch. I talked with 5 different people who had the book at some point (I am also in that group). The show wasn't too different than another, except he got choked up at a few points and rushed his lines a bit. It was really endearing and emotional I think for everyone. He also made a few jokes about how everyone there had seen the show, or knew what was coming, and that wa
PIT FAN EXPERIENCE Apr 1
2018, 12:39:14 AM
I can also attest to most of what people are saying. It was super well organized, and a magnificent show. I was in the pit by the walkway stage left. Had a great view of all the action. The only negative was that I couldn’t hear the singing very well. Sarah and John were pretty clear but the chorus was almost completely drowned out by the instruments and Brandon wasn’t as loud as I wanted. I wonder if this was a pit issue or if anyone else had a similar experience.
bstoll1 said: "I got my 2 pit tickets for Sundays live show yesterday afternoon. Now, just have to see if my friend can go with me. Anyone have an inside scoop of what to expect on Sunday? I'm not familiar with the musical. Should I prep by watching a film version or just go and be surprised?"
I'd say just read Matthew and go into it with that. It'll be a trip.
I've been looking everywhere for any information. Emailed the production companies, all the social medias, checking Backstage in case it's extras/actors - nothing. We need to find someone working at NBC or something.
I know it's super late notice, but on the off chance someone is in the area and wants to go to a show tonight, I can't go anymore. Two tickets Rear Mezz, I have them physically but can meet you at the theater.
Saw the show last night. It was way better than I expected. Was sad to see Amy out, but always fun to see an understudy. Kate did a great job though it seems that former Glindas are like former Pizza Hut's. The business changes but you can always tell!
It's almost over for the year, so this might not matter so much, but just to add more standby ticket data to the mix:
I got there at 5:30 on Wednesday night and did not get tickets. There were approximately 60 people ahead of me.
I got there at 2:45 on Thursday night and there were approximately 16 people ahead of me. One guy had 5 of his family members join him at around 5 which was aggravating, but technically fine under the Publics line waiting rules. I got two ti