I just got tickets to Slave Play for 1000 points and $49 (each ticket). I'm not a VIP and got confirmation that they are in Center Orchestra Row K. Telecharge has these listed as $175 seats, so not a bad deal at all.
Each year the Broadway Teachers Workshop sees 4 Broadway shows and this year they released the shows they are looking at going to and the list has some interesting choices that have not been announced yet...perhaps they know something we don't. The website says...
THE BROADWAY SHOW SLATE FOR 2020 WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN NOVEMBER! SHOWS UNDER CONSIDERATION INCLUDE:
MOULIN ROUGE, HADESTOWN, COMPANY (STARRING PATTI LUPONE), TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, JAGGED L
AndreyIsntHere said: "I'm so excited. I'll be sitting in the "StarBoard" section of The Pequod, and judging by the A.R.T. map, they've rearranged the theatre to be in-the-round."
Thank goodness you posted this. I went to check and see what seats were available for the show I purchased tickets for when they first went on sale (Dec 27th at 2 pm) and saw that that show was no longer listed for some reason. I called the box office and it
A friend of mine went "opening night" where they were alerted it would be another preview and not indeed opening night. He said the turntable broke sending an actor flying off a couch and intermission was extremely long due to broken set pieces. He also said it was one of the most boring pieces of theater he ever sat through and to avoid at all costs.
Colin852 said: "Linus, with all due respect, you pretty much captured every negative stereotype about NY theater-goers: arrogant andstuck-up(and why the industry hates these boards)...people who think their palette is more refined than everyone else's and that tourists spend money on garbage: Actually they're on vacation, and are looking for a FUN night out. They want the razzle dazzle, and I'm glad there's more on the menu than Hadestown or the 8000th revival of a Ne
Lot666 said: "LeftofLinus said: "IHeartNY2 said: "@LeftofLinus, what do u define as a "tourist trap" exactly?"
A show that is a draw to people who want to see a show but have no real idea of what good theater is. It will appeal to the out of towners since they know the movie and the songs but the show itself has no real artistic merit."
I'm sure it wasn't your intention to do so, but this sounds to me like
IHeartNY2 said: "@LeftofLinus, what do u define as a "tourist trap" exactly?"
A show that is a draw to people who want to see a show but have no real idea of what good theater is. It will appeal to the out of towners since they know the movie and the songs but the show itself has no real artistic merit. The mashups of songs are sloppy, the transitions into the songs are terrible (Satine and Christian arguing..."Shut up and Dance with Me
Also, any comments on row L in the mezzanine all the way to the left side? Not sure what to expect for my view and there really isn't anything up on view from my seat to judge on. Thanks!"
I sat in Row L Seat 19 (pretty far to the left). Like most seats in the mezz you can only see the top half of the performers on the runway portion...well you can if the rest of the people around you aren't leaning forward...or dancing...or c
The American Museum of Natural History and American Repertory Theater(A.R.T.) at Harvard University present a live musical theater event: the first public performance of staged excerpts from Moby-Dick, a musical adaptation of Herman Melville’s 1851 classic novel. Reimagined for a contemporary audience by Tony-nominated composer Dave Malloy (Octet;