As someone who loves both Mean Girls and Beetlejuice, I think they both have pros and cons. (Though, admittedly Beetlejuice is my favorite of the two, so I'm a biased party.)
Choose Beetlejuice for better visuals (costumes, effects, but especially the set); it's the bigger spectacle in that sense. If your daughter/family is a fan of dark humor though, this should be the easy choice. Admittedly, there are pacing issues and one or two numbers that feel unnecessary long, but o
Jen Fletcher said: "Hey y’all, Planning on rushing on 10/12 for matinee. Are mat tickets often available for rush?"
They are! I rushed for a matinee back in July =)
Mean Girls Online Lottery Sep 24
2019, 09:53:28 AM
I won earlier in the month. I forget the exact row and seat #, but it was in the rear right MEZZ, second to last row on the rightmost seat closest to the wall. Stage was full view, but I would've loved to be closer. Can't complain for the price though.
Seat next to me was empty, but the one after that seated another lottery winner. We both won via waitlist, so I'm not sure if that was a factor of our seats or not. I do know that the other people around us paid full price for their ticke
ClumsyDude15 said: "June - If it’s the poster from the Dancers Over 40 table, the signature on the upper left corner is Justin Colette (closing Dewey on Broadway) and the other signature they claimed to be Alex Brightman but wasn’t I’m not sure who it was. "
I actually got it from a different table, but they do look to be signed from the same batch. I tried to compare mine to Dancers Over 40's signed poster, and the only thing that's throwin
Was anyone at that table that decided to go "$1 for everything you can hold" at around 4:00? Geez, that was crazy. A lot of pushing towards the front and no one letting anyone leave. I'm guessing this is what Curtain Call looked like before 10:00?
Saw a man walk away with more than a handful of the signed SoR posters. To me, looked like more than double what I got, but it's not like I tried to count. I was luckily able to grab 5, one for me and 4 friends who staye
Won last Thursday for the matinee for 1 ticket. Got Right Mezzanine, C24. Given that they were marked as partial, I wasn't expecting the best time, but I will admit, I was more than satisfied with my seats. Sure, the elephant trunk did block the occasional actor or two, but I felt like I saw everything that was important. I'd imagine the people in Row A had it worse though, as the trunk was directly in front of them. Actually, my grievances were more due to the people in the lower row
I just won the Mean Girls lottery on Tuesday. When I showed up to the box office, they didn't even ask for my ID (or check it when I took it out on my own accord and offered it up). They just asked my last name and gave it to me without any furthwr questions.
Though this can of course vary based on venue, or who happens to be at the box office at the time. I've won two other lotteries that weren't Lucky Seat, and neither asked for my ID either.
Either way, as the abo
New Amsterdam seating - balcony or rear mezz? Sep 5
2019, 08:11:37 PM
I saw Aladdin last year in the rear Mezz and had a horrible time. The seats weren't well elevated/spaced from the rows ahead, and I found myself constantly leaning to see around the people in front of me. Though, keep in mind that I'm a short person and can't compare this to the balcony.
Won the lottery the other day after being waitlisted. I got the notification a little after 6:00PM the day prior. Ended up with Row P seat 20 Right MEZZ, the second to last row with the furthest seat on the right. No one showed up in seat 18, but someone did for seat 16. After chatting, I learned that she also won the lottery after being waitlisted. To my knowledge, the people surrounding us weren't lotto winners.
Thanks for the feedback to everyone that answered! I'll have to give this a try, come November.
raddersons said: "Realizing that Broadway Roulette won't give you tickets to the same show twice unless you request it, afriend of mine has basically gone to see every show on broadway through BR just so she can get cheaper tickets to newer shows when they come out.Theseats for newer shows tend to be not-so-great because they're so in demand, but every once
Tom5 said: "I never liked the fact that the show changed the story concept from a nationwide live soap opera to a theatrical production. So when Dorothy did her big reveal at the end it was just to a few hundred people. So my question to anyone who saw it on stage is this: In the film when the producer asks the cameraman "How far can you pull back to make her look good?" and the cameraman replied "How about Philadelphia?" how was it translated on stage or was it t
HamilHansen said: "Question for all the "F*ck Tootsie" people: have you seen the show? Cause I didn't find anything remotely anti-feminist or #metoo at all. In fact, I praised the inclusion of such topics being brought into play in a story like this."
The arguments I see a lot for this (but strongly disagree with) are:
i. Anti-feminist: that a man was successful by posing as a woman, so it serves as a message that even the strongest success a wom
How have recent experiences with this been? Curious to hear exact seats and which shows they've been sending people to. (I'm mainly asking since five shows closed this month, but I'm happy to hear about any and all experiences from 2019!)
@griffin I rushed Waitress back in January. The third person in line arrived at 6:50, and said she was originally going to rush Mean Girls, but the line was already 20-ish people long (My memory's foggy, so it might not be 20-ish, but I remember thinking, "Wow, that's long." This was also during that week where it was below freezing, so ai doubt the cold is stopping anyone. I know it's n