magictodo123 said: "Oh my. I just looked up prices for one of the tour stops and the price for Orchestra is over $500!!! WHAT???? I don't even think Broadway charged that much (although I could be wrong). WHAT???"
It sounds like you are looking at a third party broker site.
Miles2Go2 said: "Not everything needs to be on Broadway. Part of the charm on this particular productionis seeing it in a small theatre."
Exactly! This is a sell out hit Off Broadway, and the producers can keep extending this as long as there is demand, which could be for quite some time. I'm very much looking forward to seeing this in a few weeks.
I quite liked the design. The deck is wood flooring and has a turntable. Most of then set pieces rise in and out of the deck. There entire back wall is projections. My favorite thing about the design is that the proscenium portals went up and down which allowed for smaller scenes to be “framed” in.
bwayjoey said: "Tina website says the box office is open tonight, Monday, until 8, but there's no performance tonight. Does anyone know if that's correct? In my experience they close at 6 on no show days."
As far as jukebox and bio musicals go, I think it’s safe to say that TINA is one of the more solid and respectable efforts. That being said, TINA also has one of the chronic problems that all musicals of this genre have which is a (sometimes) weak book.
I say sometimes because there really are quite a few great moments in the book, especially in the second act. However, for all these great moments, there are also a plethora of slow and creaky moments. I found TINA to be most succ