"Correct. My other half has been wanting to see Aladdin for several years and did not want to see Ferryman. We agreed that if we did Aladdin, we would also do the Ferryman. I REALLY wanted to see The Ferryman, so will gladly see Aladdin if that's what it takes."
If you have the extra space I'd recommend either Beetlejuice or Hadestown.
So you had to add Aladdin to the list in order to see Ferryman? Can't see one without the other?
The list looks good! I personally wasn't a huge fan of Aladdin but by no means is it a bad show in my opinion. Have fun!
Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 2/17/19 Feb 19
2019, 04:12:12 PM
Can Hogan or someone comment on Kiss Me Kate’s numbers? $300,000 does not seem too great at all, but they had nearly every single seat filled. Was it simply because they only did four shows, compared to eight?
If that’s the case then those numbers are just about alright, correct? Roughly $700,000 for eight shows?
I think realistically it will, as most Broadway musicals do anyways, but the original is such a big part of what got the show to where it is today, I feel like it’d be a bit difficult to market. I hope those producers know what they’re doing.
Easily one of the most wonderful pieces of live theatre I have ever seen. It was stunning.
The cast was phenomenal. I had never heard of Nick Blaemire until now, but he was the standout for me. Like others above have mentioned, his interpretation of Mendel comes off as pretty lively, and while that was something I wasn’t sure would work in my eyes, it made his scenes with Jason really really great. I thought it created a really nice bri
Longacre Seating Feb 16
2019, 12:54:12 PM
I’ll be there in June so (assuming it’s still open) I’ll only be going once.
Thanks for the input- I appreciate it! I’ll probably cave and sit front row, center mezzanine!
Shannon Bo Dannon said: "I saw the show in Dallas on February 14. I thought it was wonderful. There wasn't a weak link in the cast, and they all had great chemistry. Everyone'svocals were very strong. I thoughtNick Blaemire and Max Von Essen in particular were excellent. The Jason I saw wasThatcher Jacobs, and he was great. He has a beautiful voice and held his own with the adults on stage. I highly recommend seeing this tour if you can!"
Is Row E in the Center Mezzanine too far back? I could bump a few rows up to a non-discounted section and sit in Row A Cen-Mezzanine or even Row C Cen-Orchestra, but I was planning on using the BroadwayBox.com discount code, which only works on Row E Mezzanine in this situation.
I really want great seats for this show, so I'm leaning towards caving a bit... would it be worth doing so (If so, should I go Orchestra or Mezz), or is Row E Mezzaine close enough that the elevation won
LightsOut90 said: "I know they are holding ou til nominations but man The Prom is bleeding money"
Not that I think it will make a difference in the long run, but they are performing tonight on Late Night with Seth Meyers. I'm not sure what number they are doing, but as far as I'm aware it's not Time to Dance again, which is good. I love it dearly, but this show needs all the marketing help it can get.