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I agree that we could use more original musicals on Broadway... BUT, why WOULDN'T they do this? It was a massive hit. It came out a year ago today, and it is currently sitting at #6 on iTunes. It obviously has mass appeal and the fan base for it.
Bought tickets to the show again (because I love it), and was hoping to see her. She was out of my performance on Sunday night. I have seats to closing day as well. I won't be heartbroken if I don't see her, but it is just strange. I'm curious.
I could be VERY wrong. But I (unfortunately) use Ticketmaster for many concerts (and Broadway shows). With the concerts, they always pull this garbage with presales and such. They don't even release the best seats most of the time. AND, much of the time the price is even lower for better seats.
Last week, I bought Josh Groban and Idina tickets for The Garden for $99 2 hours before the show. First row at the end of the stage. When tho
My advice would be to just purchase them ahead of time. That is one of, if not the busiest week of the year. The TKTS line has a line to get into the line. And the last few years, there have been very few shows on the board. The majority of people in line get nothing. Most shows aren't taking any sore of Broadway Box code or anything of the sort. Just my .02 cents for what it's worth.
I saw this when it was Off-Broadway last year. For anyone else who has seen both, are there any profound differences between that production and this one? I am thinking about going again, and may purposely grab a ticket when Claybourne Elder is in.