IdinaBellFoster said: "Hoping someone can answer this for me - better seats at the same price point just opened up for the performance I'm attending. Will Ticketmaster swap my seats or is it a lost cause?"
You honestly will just have to contact ticketmaster and see. despite their policy, they seem to treat this on a case by case basis. I know people who have had success (even when buying their ticket outside of the "refundable" window) and people who ha
ren598 said: "You'll have more luck selling to someone on these boards than StubHub.
Not sure what happened to the market for HP tickets. I had 2 tickets to sell for 2/10. They were excellent seats (orchestra row J, 10th row from the stage) and I was only asking for what I paid for them ($95 per part plus fees). I only got 2 inquiries on these boards. On one ticket, I got back what I paid for. The other ticket I took a slight loss. I thought there would be more people
I'm all for repeat visits to shows. I think some shows it takes a few times to truly get the full experience of the show. And I think it encourages rich discussion. There are a couple shows I'd love to see twice, and there are other shows I've been two four or five times.
I do think it's interesting to see how times have changed in terms of what people consider a lot. For older shows, I feel like a lot of people have seen them around ~10 times over a span of many years.
So...is Harry Potter better in part 2? Feb 22
2019, 09:49:54 AM
Nicole 10 said: "(spoiler request)Nicole 10 (or anyone else who wants to pipe in), can you clarify what you think the characters do that is out of character for them? I saw the show and liked it (but did not love it aside from the special effects). I am only a casual fan of Harry Potter, so I don't know the characters as in depth as you do.I know a lot of people disagree with my opinion that a lot of the characters were acting in ways that they wouldn't in the book, so I'll specify a few of the
Lot666 said: "My husband and I own all the books and all the movies and we've read/watched them all multiple times. We consider ourselves fans and we paid top dollar (center aisle orchestra, about 5th row) for ourtickets last July. We were not disappointed, and we both talked about seeing it again immediately afterwards. I'm currently contemplating first row mezz tickets for my June trip, to see it from another perspective. To each their own."
ilysespieces said: "Nicole 10 said: "Honestly, I'm on the same boat. I've been a real dedicated fan since being a kid and was massively disappointed when I saw the play. What I always tell people is if you simply LIKE Harry Potter then you will enjoy the play. However, if you LOVE Harry Potter you can't help but dislike it.
Even putting the fanfic plot aside, the essence is all wrong too. If you are familiar with the characters, you will be deligh
So...is Harry Potter better in part 2? Feb 20
2019, 07:41:10 PM
Honestly, I’d give it a chance for part 2. I read the script when it came out and actually quite liked it.. almost went to London to see it.
When it came to broadway I got tickets right away but they weren’t until the summer. I went and honestly was feeling massively underwhelmed as well. I ended up making other plans and didn’t attend act 2 or act 3. Decided to go to act 4 as I had no other plans. I don’t know what snapped but I was mesmerized. I ended up buying much better seats a wee
Ledaero said: "swingmode said: "I think it's interesting to see how "fandom" or "stan culture" is beginning to play a role in broadway (or, arguably, less of a role than people assume it would).
I think the internet as a whole is becoming a major factor in the industry. I know producers and casting directors are really considering internet influencers as a major factor when it comes to casting actors in major productions. Resumes are s
I'm just going to be very honest with you, it's very unlikely that the tickets will sell. The show has weird dynamic pricing and this close to the show, someone could probably get a much closer seat on orchestra or dress circle for the price, even though it was face value for you at the time.
If you could find someone who had six people that 100% wanted to go together, this would be a different story, but this close to the show it probably isn't gonna happen..
yeah, I seriously can't stress enough how awful it is. A lot of times I think people are being dramatic when they say there's not enough leg room, but this is probably the worst i've experienced. even my friend who is rather short was pretty uncomfortable
(This was this previous Thursday) I got to the theatre around 12:00 or 12:30. Walked right up to the box office and they still had rush seats. I got two together in the Rear Mezz.
When we arrived, I was pleasantly surprised about the view. I was really confused why so many people said they would never sit in the rear mezz. Two minutes into sitting down, it soon became apparent. If you are taller than 5'5 I would not recommend. I've literal never been so uncomfortable in my life
60$ for the pair of them, so 30$ each. I'd rather sell them together. Sadly I won't be able to make the cut off time for part 2 so I'd really just rather someone enjoy them. They're in the balcony box, but still, pretty sure this is the cheapest you'll find tickets other than winning the lottery.
They're physical tickets, but I can meet you sometime in the day, preferably between 5-6:30.