re: 'Sweeney Todd' Question Feb 3
2008, 04:38:47 PM
Early in the Broadway run of the revival Patti said Tuesday, it was changed later in the run. Unfortunately I can't remember how late or early in the run they changed it.
To qualify for TDF membership, you must belong to one of the following groups: full-time students, full-time teachers, union members, seniors (62 or over), civil service employees, staff members of not-for-profit organizations, performing arts professionals, members of the armed forces or clergy. When you join, you will be asked to supply TDF with proof of your eligibility.
re: TDF Discounts? May 25
2007, 12:10:43 PM
...or a staff member at a not-for-profit, or a civil service employee.
I second what Bwayfan said. The $25 fee is completely worth it if you're someone who is interested in seeing as many shows as possible and don't care about where you sit.
re: 'A Few Good Men' Question Apr 19
2007, 04:53:01 PM
Downey is supposed to be pretty young and Dawson could probably be in his early 20s. The random Marines could also be pretty young. Other than that most of the charaters are too highly ranked to be particularly young.
re: Pirate Queen Fri and Sat previews on TDF Feb 27
2007, 04:45:58 PM
You have no say in what seats you get on TDF. If you live in New York or visit a lot, see a lot of theatre, and don't care where you sit TDF is wonderful.
re: O'Hara is Dot Nov 7
2006, 10:46:17 PM
After seeing Kelli as both Clara in Light in the Piazza and Babe in the Pajama Game I'm beginning to think she can do anything. I agree with Patronus, the only thing that's going to make this better is adding Neil Patrick Harris as George.