mhvp2012 said: "JSquared2 said: "Has someone been day drinking on their day off from school?"
No. I have seen some of and trailers of Chbosky's previous work (the only one of his that really liked and appreciated was his co-writing on the live-action remake of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast," which was brought brilliantly to life by Bill Condon) and based on his work with teen dramas, I now know what his kind of directing and visual sty
Andres_123 said: "I don’t think this thread is pointless and if your sick of the show and it’s fans then don’t read anything that has be more chill in the title. I am a fan of the show and wanted to create a thread that would be positive and filled With opinions and thoughts on the show. You both are just spreading negativity and it’s honestly annoying"
Also, if you decide to stick around, please learn the difference between your
Andres_123 said: "Be more chill is actually selling really well, todays 2pm performance only had two seats left. It’s first preview along with Thursday’s and Friday’s show didn’t sell out but had two to five seats left. I truly don’t believe this show will close right after it opens I see it lasting till at least January of 2020."
Tons of papering is being done, and anyone who shows up for rush gets in --- both great w
Ado Annie D'Ysquith said: "I too am an artist, obviously, and have only been paid for it three times for a total of $175. You don't need to preach what's being said on that graphic, my friend...boy do I get it."
Do you? Because you seem to use this place as your own person Craig's List.
artscallion said: "JSquared2 said: "If a block of tickets was given to, say, the ad agency, they probably wouldn't know who was using them --- but at least they knowto tell the ad agency one of their people was caught selling comps. Then the ad agency will deal with it internally."
In that scenario, the ad agency may use tickets in any number of ways. They may give some to a delivery boy as a tip. The delivery boy may then give them to his Grandma becaus
Kad said: "In many cases, it would be difficult to determine who exactly put a comp up for sale. Comps aren't always associated with a particular individual or entitythe way purchased tickets are."
More incorrect information. The GM office keeps track of what tickets are given out and to whom (specific locations noted). If a block of tickets was given to, say, the ad agency, they probably wouldn't know who was using them --- but at l
smidge said: "3 hours!!!! I didn’t know the running time would be that long and I have a ticket for Andrea Bocelli at the Met at 5:00 after a 2:00 performance of Daddy. Does anyone know if the Met Opera has an issue with late seating?"
Per their website:
What if I'm late to the performance?
Latecomers will not be admitted to the auditorium until intermission or on rare occasions when the Conductor has designated an appropriate
JayElle said: "Okay, this isn't a ticket question but I didn't want to start a new chat. I saw the show last night. I wasn't feeling all that great so my concentration was off. Did the brother die & the end was a dream?
You should really at least have a spoiler tag on this.
2019, 02:01:49 PM
VotePeron said: "If Twitter could singlehandedly closeThe Great Comet, I can't WAIT to see what happens with this.
Twitter did not singlehandedly close Great Comet --- inept producing did.
OP -- if you want to go to the trouble, you should take a clear photo of the tickets, and then after you've seen it, send the picture to the General Manager's office and let them know you purchased them from StubHub. They will know who was given those locations, and at the very least would have the ability to "cut them off" from any future comps. GM's have long memories.
A while ago, someone on BWW posted that they had a set of free tickets for the
MauraLovesMusicals said: "to anyone who’s going, can you report to me stagedoor information,like stories and things? i usually have to tell people off for condoning disgusting stanbehavior and they don’t usually let up unless i have a specific story. it’s kind of a weird ask but believe me, they won’t listen otherwise"
So you actually have the power to change the antisocial behavioral patterns of teenage stans simply by quot
fashionguru_23 said: I am so sick and tired of hearing about what is going to go into the Lunt, when everyone is saying Tina...in actual fact, nowhere has it been officially announced it is taking the Lunt. I looked so i could shut someone down...but I stand corrected...BroadwayNYC2 is correct."
Relax. It's a done deal --- not everyone requires an "official announcement".
JoseLee_ said: "I'm so over this musical already. It's been produced WAY TOO MUCH. The music is gorgeous but so boring. People who aren't into musicals love the fairtale aspect but hate the music. I should know because i took my family to the recent tour. They all were mad at me for taking them lol
Hmm, if only there were some magical way for you to not have to see it anymore. Wait...there is...stop going to see it! Problem solved.
JBC3 said: "If the board's owners gave af about the user experience there would be a designated category called Discount Codes and threads for individual shows could be added underneath it. Mods would relocate any threads incorrectly started elsewhere.
We also would have categories for each individual show and all of the separate threads (rush, previews, reviews, stage door, etc.) could be placed there.
But who wants to have an organized user-friendly site w