The Public has added another performance of the show tomorrow night, and is doing digital lottery, in person lottery at the public downtown, and the standby lottery at the Delacorte. The tweet about it!
Rush for What the Constitution Means to me? Aug 10
2019, 10:25:47 AM
Just a heads up for people, it looked like only the first 10 people in line got tickets (for both shows) after that, they were offering $99 tickets.
I am biased because I love the show, but I thought they did a great job. I liked that they did one full song, and got to show off some of the incredible staging. I do wish they did some of the parts of Wait for Me 2, just to showcase the other cast members.
2) Beetlejuice: A
This performance did the best job on selling me on wanting to see a show. This performance was fun, quirky, upbeat, and really sold me on the show. I liked that they
Hadestown Rush/SRO Updates Jun 8
2019, 01:32:29 AM
In the rush line now for the matinee tomorrow (saturday) we got here at 11 PM, and currently at 1:30, 7 people total are on the line.
The show was in fantastic shape. I have not seen any of the previous productions but I loved the recording from NYTW and it exceeded all expectations I could have had for it. You could feel the love in the room for the show, and the audience was very excited about the show! The standouts for me were Amber Gray, who was an absolute delight as Persephone, Patrick Page as Hades (How does his voice DO that? It really is the stuff of wonders), and Andre De Shields as Hermes. Reeve Carney was good
I would say do Harry Potter as a full day Saturday experience if they are fans of the books/movies, and have them see Wicked on Friday and Hamilton on the Sunday. If they're not Harry Potter fans, I would swap it out for Come from Away or The Book of Mormon (depends a bit on the person)
The Angels voter book was at the Actors Equity table I believe? It was near Wicked and The Lion King. We got to the table around 10:15 and got 3 of the programs, and it looked like they still had a few more. They were $3.
Used Stubhub the day before the tonys to see Bands Visit with great success. I watched the prices all day, and when I saw them starting to drop hopped on the subway to go to the stubhub office, bought my tickets, and got them printed on the spot. Got an amazing orchestra seat for $50 including fees.
I rushed this Saturday. Got on the line around 5:15, and was 5th in line. Our tickets were seats 1 and 2 in row M of the mezzanine. Great view, and on the aisle so nobody blocking sight lines. By around 6 at least 20 people were on line, and it grew quite quickly.
I agree with so many already mentioned, and would include I Am Here from Come From Away, What Would I Do and You Gotta Die Sometime from Falsettos, Just Ask Flowers from Here Lies Love, Those You've Known from Spring Awakening, The I Love You Song from Spelling Bee, and Alabanza from In The Heights.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Seating/Pricing Thread Feb 7
2018, 07:08:53 PM
Got tickets for November 29th and 30th, in row M of dress circle! Very excited to see this, and my whole family is coming which will be very special. Very curious to see the renovations, I saw on the town from orchestra, dress circle, and balcony, and had pretty good views from all the locations.
Hi folks. Curious about the view from seats BG 2 and 4? Went to box office today and they were the only on stage seating left for the date I could go with the broadwaybox code. Thrilled to be going and sitting onstage, just wondering what the experience is like!
Again, absolutely no actual evidence of this from the great comet website or telecharge. I'm the first to admit the show is in trouble, but right now you can still buy tickets all the way through January.