nasty_khakis said: "Once again, I think only Paul Hilton is the only cast member that's not American and requires a visa to work here. All the leads but him are Americans (with I think Soller being the only one who actually lives in the UK because his wife is English) and the ensemble seem to be all Americans as well. There will be no issues with their legally being allowed to work longer than 6 months. They might not have signed more than 6 months for other reasons, but a visa i
Got mine for March for the year 3 cast too! Orchestra S
ugh, did I get taken? Harry potter seats Aug 6
2019, 10:07:11 PM
I’ve sat in Y 1/3 so a row behind your seats and I’ve sat in Y 2. Well I can see where the picture can be a concern but you shouldn’t be worried, the column hits right at the edge of the stage. I love those seats straight on view and the column blends into the side wall.
I've been unsuccessful since it's opened on the weekends. You have to try on the weekdays, the BO will come out and will tell you if they will have any student rush that day. They don't have set seats it just if they aren't selling well that day they will discount tickets for a student rush. Hope this helps.
During the curtain call I was just so fixated on Amber, and even though I was up in the balcony I could still tell how moved she was.
Is post curtain call song apart of the show or just something they did last night? That was so moving. I loved this show so much I’m already planning a return visit before the years out just to see it again.