zainmax said: "While being kind and courteous, I'm curious to know which Broadway performers are odd or have weird views in person. Ex: I've heard that Christine Ebersole is a 9/11 truther and conspiracy theorist."
Why the "I've heard" disclaimer, hasn't she done (and been quoted in) interviews talking about this?
My girlfriend said that she could see that the show itself is great, but did not at all enjoy the performance. I would love if we could either get a refund or get tickets for another evening. My coworker (who is in the industry) suggested I call the Shubert organization and post here, though he said my only "legit" complaints were the latter two. Is there anything else you folks suggest doing?
No offense, but, full offense: if you are "not a tech expert" and "don't 100% know how it works" and you "don't completely know if/how the Facebook information will be publicly displayed, or not" and you "don't know if this is where we end up long term or not" and "this is certainly not my area of expertise," etc etc etc, then why are you the moderator who is explaining this?
rjm516 said: "Omg is anyone else really annoyed that his apology is a non sequitur and no one seems to be questioning it?? "Turn off your phone" - "I'm sorry, my wife and I were singing" -- THAT DOESN'T MENTION BEING ON THE PHONE smdh."
Not to mention the TMZ piece"He thought the show was so beautiful tha
Even theatrical war horses are not exempt: For its recent production of “Oklahoma!,” St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn handed out a black card when patrons picked up their tickets, warning of gunshots as well as “moments of darkness and violence” and offering guidance for those who feel compelled to walk out.
huh, I saw Oklahoma! at St Ann's, and I absolutely do not remember this.
swingmode said: "Was it front orchestra or rear? Would you overall say your view was good?"
Orch lettering goes from A - Z (maybe there's an AA before the A?) so yes B and C in the front. Honestly I thought it was a smidge too close to the stage, I would have liked to have been a row or two back, you miss some small stuff,
This is such an odd way at looking at hotel pricing. So because (just roughly looking at each hotel's website for one night for next week) for example Hilton charges $289 room rate + taxes, but Row NYC charges $139 room rate + $35 facility fee + taxes, you'd rather stay at Hilton because it's fewer line item charges? Even though it's more money total you will be paying? I mean at the end of the day it's your money, spend it how you please, of course, it's jus