BwayinVan said: " Im now in a spot where Im looking for one more show for my trip in spring when Im lucky enough to see 9 shows so just curious what peoples recommendations are and why."
What are the other eight shows you are seeing?
CAMBODIAN ROCK BAND Feb 26
2020, 01:24:25 PM
Waitlist is for full-price tickets. Can’t help on the availability question, but I feel like I remember a lot of people on here talking about getting in from the waitlist during Octet?
On the day of a sold out performance, we will take a waiting list for full-price tickets in person at the ground floor Box Office window one hour prior to showtime (check individual production pages for exact pricing).
CarmenA3 said: "This is a black box theatre, so seating changes per show (I’ll let those who have already gone speak to the layout)."
I drew a picture (if this works) to show the layout. It’s in the round, each section of circle has two rows of seats. It’s small and they do play to all sides, but in my opinion the section to the right of the door you enter through is the best.
GreasedLightning said: " I know. To be fair, I just read some more of his tweets and it seems he had his Exhibition show in Brooklyn today in between parts... but Istill feel“ugh” about the poor scheduling."
Oh wait THIS is why today's 4pm Black Exhibition started at just after 4:55pm? (No, that is not a typo; started just shy of an hour late.)
Glittergrrl said: "jbird5 said: "If you have a strong stomach, you could go see Our Dear Dead Drug Lord. I think it crosses the line into being sensational just for the sake of being “edgy”, but most critics - except Sarah Holdren and a few others - disagree."
Could someone please tell me in spoiler text, if there is any animal abuse? I’m kind of sensitive to animal stuff-particularly dog stuff. I want to see this, but I need to prepare
yankeefan7 said: " I would love to see some show say nobody is doing the stage door and see the reaction."
I'm too lazy to Google it right now, but isn't this what happened with that play that Amy Schumer did, that some (all?) of the actors announced on social media before it even started that they would not be doing the stage door for the entire run of the play?
I didn't read that he was expecting (or that he got) the show to reimburse him for traveling to Philly to get his haircut? Just that he finally got the ok to not have to use the show's hair person, after two failed show hair people, and was allowed to do it with his own person when he was in Philly.