I definitely saw merchandise for sale in the downstairs lounge on 12/29. I honestly didn't get a good look, but I'm pretty there was a shirt that said something about consent, and I saw someone with a window card.
THANK YOU! I've been trying to watch it (legitimately) online, since I just saw the Lincoln Center production. It's actually difficult to get a hold of, unless you want to buy a DVD.
TKTS listings for last week or so? Feb 4
2019, 08:44:46 AM
The TKTS app lists what is currently available (once the booth opens for the day), so you could keep an eye on that. Also, if you look up specific shows in the “Show Directory” section on the app, it’ll tell you if they are frequently, occasionally, or never listed.
BIG BALONEY said: "Miss the free Lincoln Center lockers in the Beaumont and Mitzi Newhouse theatres. Use to put your coat and bag in them and enjoy the shows in comfort. Hundreds just there waiting to be used again lining the theatre interiors."
Are they just going unused? I noticed all of the lockers in the Beaumont yesterday. They would have been super helpful; especially since it’s winter, and everyone has coats, scarves, hats, etc, that take up so much more
Overnight bag into a theater? Feb 3
2019, 06:11:17 PM
I think it also depends on your definition of “under the seat”. Mine doesn’t always cleanly fit underneath, though it’s not huge, but I can keep it in my space.
The Academy of Music in Philly has 2600 seats. That’s where most tours perform when they stop here, but it’s also used for a lot of opera and ballet.
Considering there are four levels of seats in a U-shape with tons of support poles throughout, there are some pretty bad views.
Mean girls understudies? Jan 20
2019, 09:53:35 AM
Tee went on as Adult Woman for the first time this past Friday (1/18)!
Steven Pasquale and American Son Jan 20
2019, 09:49:55 AM
I didnt realize it was written by a white guy until after I saw the show. It raised points I wouldnt normally think about as a white woman, and it showed a perspective that we dont see in the news.
But I cant help but wonder how the play would be different had it been written by a black person.
Where else can I buy TKAMB Tickets? Jan 10
2019, 11:56:54 AM
I would also question whether or not rush has actually been discontinued. Someone mentioned it in another thread, but I havent seen any conclusive proof. Maybe try calling the box office.
TodayTix has digital rush for Choir Boy! Just download the app, unlock the rush tickets for that specific show, and be online a few minutes before 10am, when tickets are released.
I did this 12/29 and got a seat in the second row of the mezzanine, center.
ETA: These tickets are $30.
To Kill a Mockingbird Rush Jan 4
2019, 10:46:07 AM
Are you referring to the HeadOut article? If so, I think the article is incorrect. I read it last week, but was successfully able to rush since then, as have others.
To Kill a Mockingbird Rush Dec 30
2018, 01:25:27 PM
This is probably atypical, but I was able to get standing room yesterday at 4:30pm for the 8pm show. I got the single spot to the left of the sound booth. It seemed like they had to confirm the number of available SR tickets when I asked, so more spots may become available closer to curtain. I wouldnt count on that, though!
I love standing room, generally. In a lot of ways its more comfortable for me (although this was my first SRO experience in a Broadway house). And it was a great vi
Lifespan of a Fact Rush Nov 3
2018, 01:12:32 PM
At ~11:50 a.m. today (Saturday), I got tickets for the evening show. By then, they were sold out of rush for matinee.
On 9/29 my seats for the Play That Goes Wrong were left Orchestra (row N). Obviously not the hottest TDF offering right now, but it was a happy surprise considering TDF says all seats for that show are in the mezzanine.