most of the action is in the middle of the stage .. only instruments are on the sides and there was one moment when one characters starts seeing and I couldn't see his face from seat 16 -- until he walked closer to center stage. It was about 20 seconds.
Tjlovesmusicals said: "Lottery for today’s matinee! Mezz row d 17 + 19. 19 was more obstructed than 17 but we didn’t miss much if anything. Probably missed the band in the back corner if that’s where they were the whole time (?)"
I just won lottery for tomorrow's matinee .. I am hopeful for decent seats since there are a lot of seats available for sale as of right now.
JSquared2 said: "Pashacar said: "ArtMan said: "Is it difficult to get to Times Square by subway from the port. I am taking a 12 day Southern Caribbean cruise in 2021 that starts in Miami and ends in NYC. Cruise ends on a Saturday, so I thought I would spend one night and see shows on Saturday and Sunday. Thanks in advance."
There is no subway connection but you don't really need one. It's about a 15-minute walk to times Square, or a shor
I am familiar with cruises and would not be judging this one based on traditional cruise requirements .. It would really be all about the entertainment. I don't really care about meeting the performers - I just would want to see them all perform .. We are friendly with one of the entertainers - so I am sure we'll visit with him over the cruise..
Regardless, I opted out .. I didn't really want to be a third wheel on
BroadwayBaby6 said: "Quick question for the board: For Moulin Rouge Thursday matinees, are there understudies/alternates on for those performances? I am thinking of doing a Thursday matinee in May but I don't want to miss the leads.
I just saw it last Thursday and no understudies in my show ... I have no idea what May will bring, though.
scripps said: "I've participated in the lotto on and off for a few months (never winning) and received a lotto loser code this week for Thursday night's performance. I figured why not, and purchased Row D center tickets for $99 each. If you didn't want to spend $99, there were many $79 rear side orchestra and rear mezzanine tickets to choose from.
I was fully prepared to see some understudies on a random Thursday night in January, but all the leads were in.
i've been playing the lottery since it started and haven't won yet ... my husband got us tickets for my anniversary so we saw it yesterday during the matinee -- mezz row A -- seats 2 & 4. Even though it's a full view -- not as good as other mezz row A's because of the high bar.
thinton said: "The age recommendation for this on the website is 14 and up. Is this because of language? How often is the f-word typically used in a show, for example? Just wondering if this is something I'd feel comfortable bringing my family to."
I went twice and both times there was a lot of cursing ... but in my experience -- kids age 12 and up also curse a lot so it wouldn't be a deal breaker for me.
just an fyi that i won lottery to this show two weeks in a row -- 1st time 7pm show & lin was in it -- 2nd row center on the aisle .. great cast - great show ... Second time, 10pm show, this past sat night... 2nd row - dead center -- a couple from the cast I saw the first time and others -- not nearly as good .. disappointing because I brought my teen who wants to be a hip hop music producer so I thought he'd really love it .. but so much stumbling for words .. and ch
JPeterman said: "Maybe you could go to the theatre a little early, look around at the humanity milling around the theatre front door and ask someone who doesn’t look too creepy if they would like to buy the ticket from you."
A friend I haven't seen in awhile happens to be in town this weekend and is going with me -- Woo hoo!
third win in a 10 days --- just saw Freestyle Love Supreme on Thursday with LMM and Dear Evan Hansen on 12/4. Woo hoo!