Tips for first NYC trip? Feb 4
2020, 10:18:18 PM
Walk through Lincoln Center plaza at night, or ideally see a show if you have the time. There’s also a free Hal Prince exhibit up through the end of March at the NY library branch at Lincoln Center if the behind the scenes stuff interests you. http://www.playbill.com/article/8-highlights-from-the-new-hal-prince-exhibition-at-the-new-york-public-library-for-the-performing-arts
The restaurant Sardi’s (overpriced) has all the stars signed caricatures on the walls, and the restaurant Joe Al
Unsinkable Molly Brown! Jan 30
2020, 03:33:56 PM
Looking forward to this production. Anyone know why they chose this particular theater (or have tips for a dinner spot nearby)? Never been there.
dotseurat2 said: "suicidalmickeymouse said: "CMDRM116 works for company. It’s not a huge discount, but it’s something. No Saturday nights."
Thanks for this ....I am having trouble finding where to enter the code. I know with certain codes you need a different web address...is that what I'm missing?
Yes, go to telechargeoffers.com
Discount Codes Jan 5
2020, 12:58:22 AM
Thanks for this, it took my side orch seats from $169 to $119 for Company! (Thurs in previews)
If anyone needs Unsinkable Molly Brown, it’s on TodayTix now or the code earlybird2 will take off 25% of side orch tickets in previews if you want to be able to pick your seats.
SELLING WRONG MAN TICKET TONIGHT Nov 13
2019, 08:16:47 PM
In case you couldn’t sell or use it tonight, MCC will let you use postdate if they have availability in the theater.
What do to do in between shows that isn’t eat? Oct 8
2019, 09:58:43 PM
Agree that the main New York Public Library building is charming & worth the tour or wandering. There’s a fun art exhibit by Lucy Sparrow of all handmade felt items mimicking a deli shop - everything is for sale - on 6th ave around 49th (utilizing what would normally be a real store location). For something silly there’s Dave & Busters or bowling nearby.
TKAM seating / sound issues Jun 6
2019, 11:56:23 AM
I had no issues at TKAM personally, but if you are concerned you can get ear buds/headset to amplify the sound - just ask the ticket taker where to find them before going to your seat. My mom likes these for plays (you can always turn them off & not use them if you can hear just fine).
magictodo123 said: "If I have epilepsy but haven't had a seizure in a long time, would you still recommend staying away from this show because of the strobe?"
Honestly, this is one you might want to skip. There are moving lights from the second you walk into the theater through when you leave, and it doesn’t stop at intermission. I was Orch Center row O and by intermission I was so nauseous I had to get a soda and find a non-crazy light place to stand just
HADESTOWN Previews Apr 15
2019, 06:29:47 PM
Personally, I went in knowing nothing and am now addicted to the score, it is so beautiful. They have made some changes vs. currently available recordings so that would be my recco so you can focus on the show’s current version if you’re set to go soon.
Best Shows This Weekend? Mar 2
2019, 12:44:55 AM
My Fair Lady with Laura Benanti is a good pick! As is To Kill a Mockingbird, that might be a tough ticket. Dear Evan Hansen if she hasn’t seen it. And would tell her to enter the TodayTix lottery for Freestyle Love Supreme downtown. The Other Josh Cohen or Alice by Heart off-bway are good picks.
If you are comfortable with the material, Kinky Boots is a lot of fun, colorful & upbeat and has a great catchy score! Im sure some elements will go over her head, but I saw Les Mis as a kid and loved that regardless.
Frozen would be a fun mother daughter experience as well with more younger kids in the audience (& many arriving dressed up).
At either house would ask for a booster seat cushion for your daughter. At Frozen I know they have a huge stack at wha