Have been to many, many NY Pops concerts at Carnegie Hall over the years. Each and every one of them were fantastic, as their list of guest artists have been stellar.
The sheer joy that Steve R has in speaking to the audience and conducting his orchestra is so enveloping. Not everyone who attends knows the history and back ground of a particular guest artist, or suite of music that they will be performing.
Saw the show in London 10 years ago and loved it. Lots of changes when it came to New York. Saw it in NY over a dozen times. Patina Miller was just so damn good. Great score, and just a whole lot of fun. You walk out of the theatre feeling good, and that's what it's all about - enjoying yourself.
CT2NYC, no Broadway show on Telecharge or Ticketmaster has ever sold tickets without telling someone the exact seat location - be it in person at the box office, on the phone, or on their respective sites.
Hardly a disaster waiting to happen. At 8am EST tomorrow everything will be on the Telecharge site. In all my decades of seeing shows, the location of the theatre has nothing to do with how I decide if I want to see a specific show.
Several years ago when the "Hello, Dolly!" tickets went on sale, there really was no official announcement until the morning of as everything was based off of a Tweet that Bette M had posted saying that tickets would be
How exciting that its coming back. Have seen so many different versions of the show over the decades. First time was in 1991 at The Triad and there was a 2 drink minimum, as well as other venues that it has played over the decades. In 1998 it was downstairs, next to the Winter Garden Theatre, right next to Ellen's Stardust Diner. We had dinner at the venue where FB was playing before the show, so the 2 drink minimum was waived, if I remember correctly.
Was just on the HB site, and great garden box seats are popping up now for both nights. Subscribers have the option to return their tickets if they can't make it or change their mind in attending. I'm taking my mom tomorrow night for her 80th birthday. We have a fantastic garden box seat, right down front and already ordered our dinner in our box. Going to be a fun time!
Would love to go on Friday night. Originally I was going to see him tonight in San Jose, bought the ticket - but wasn't able to make it work out at the office - even though I got the time off approved back in December. Ugh............long story. But, I sold the ticket on Ticketsnow and everything turned out fine.
Oh absolutely, bk. Ticket agencies always buy up tickets and turn around and sell them at inflated prices. The closer the day comes for the shows that they have, they always lower their prices. That's been the norm for decades now.
Really looking forward to seeing this version of the show. Saw his show in San Francisco a number of years ago before it took it to Broadway, where I saw it. And, again in LA for a 1 time performance at The D
There are only scattered singles - not that many, showing up for Saturday night. Really, really looking forward to seeing the show. A few thinking it would show up on Goldstar. I don't believe it ever did.