Jordan Catalano said: "If you don’t walk out of this show with a tear in your eye and a smile on your face then you are DEAD INSIDE. I want to live inside of this musical. "
THIS. This times a thousand! I hope this show is the sleeper hit it ought to be, because it’s been a good long while since a new, original musical with an original score left me buzzing like this.
Extra stuff Oct 1
2018, 05:13:37 PM
@Anshel2: I’m sorry to report that the SDC table had THREE of them. Maybe they didn’t all sell and some will end up back there next year. They were in a bin way off to the side and rolled up, so you had to know what you were holding in your hand because it would’ve been impossible to unfurl it.
BCEFA Flea Market Collectors Unite! Sep 30
2018, 11:18:14 PM
I had a great time, as usual. I took a red eye back from a wedding in LA just to be there at the start. I had to miss it for travel last year... Never again!
There were definitely some interesting curiosities if you kept your eyes open, but they are increasingly few and far between. A lot of it is just luck and being in the right place at the right time.
-Opening night gift from the original Broadway production of Les Miz in 1987- an engraved pewter wine chal
"It upsets me to think I saw In The Heights twice on Broadway and had the opportunity to purchase the window card twice."
Oh man, if I had nickel for every time I said that about a window card I ended up buying at a huge markup on eBay....
I'd also recommend looking at the BCEFA Flea Market in September. I've found the craziest, rare, out-of-print window cards just buried in piles.
Broadway - Photography, Window Cards, and Insights for a 1st Timer Apr 6
2018, 10:14:22 AM
Definitely pay a visit to Triton Gallery! It’s a true NYC treasure and Broadway landmark. It’s been the premiere place to buy a Broadway window card for decades. Your Mean Girls card from there will absolutely be authentic. In fact, sometimes Triton has window card exclusives that you can’t even get at the theatre.
Also, if you’ve never been to Sardi’s, you absolutely must go. You’ll have a blast photographing the thousands of famed caricatures covering the walls. There’s little left th
I love a good window card thread! So glad that this resurfaced. :)
I don't have one dedicated wall for displaying my window cards. I've got nine archival frames for them throughout the apartment that I purchased about ten years ago from Hollywood Poster Frames. I wish I could display my entire collection, but now that it's ballooned into the multi-hundreds, it'd make for some pretty crowded walls. I found these wonderful art portfolios on Amazon that provide te
Was lucky enough to receive an offer code. The process of purchasing was surprisingly easy. I opened separate windows for four dates I was interested in and committed to the page that loaded first once the sale commenced.
I could only spring for the $75 tickets, so I was shocked when I was able to get two row A balcony seats. I'd think that the balcony is all they're selling at that price point, so the "cheap seats" are pretty limited. The balcony seating is
@Jarethan Might be going for more than you're willing to spend, but here's an eBay listing for a Drat! Playbill. I hope you're able to complete your collection. If you're in New York, I'd highly recommend checking at the Broadway Flea Market in September. They have thousands of Playbills there every year, and I always find the most random things.
@nicnyc: I bought a rush ticket to Salesman during previews and got a great seat in one of the boxes. Just before curtain, Mike Nichols himself took an empty aisle seat just below me with his notepad. Not only did I get to enjoy that unforgettable production, but I got to look down and watch my hero figuring out how to further shape it. One of the best nights of my theatregoing life.
I've long been a huge PSH fan. I once bumped into him heading into Shetler
@jv92: That's such a lovely story. The opportunity tell an artist whose work has truly touched our lives how much we admire them is such a precious gift.
@smidge: That night was only the second preview, before the accidents, and the lawsuits, and the mountains of bad press, so none of us really knew what to expect. It was shocking, and dangerous, and laugh-out-loud ridiculous. One of my absolute favorite nights in a the