I can't imagine Mockingbird would be moving until February at the earliest. Right now there is only one theater available for the fall- the Belasco. If they moved anytime soon the production would either have to close or move theaters again because of Girl From The North Country starting in early February... unless that production also switches theaters.
Since Hadestown was already selling via the Lucky Seats lottery they could just be eliminating whatever allocation they were making for in person rush tickets. We have no way of knowing how many seats are sold via the Lucky Seat lottery, so isn't it entirely possible that that allocation is remaining the same and the box office has taken back (an albeit small) allocation to sell at full price? This of course would be in addition to the rationale of not wanting people
I was at the NT Live screening at the Beekman last night and wow what a boring evening.
Aside from Monica Dolan and Stanley Townsend everyone was incredibly dull. I appreciated the use of the video cameras in the vanity and bathroom mirrors, but otherwise it felt unnecessary and obtrusive.
It only truly felt alive during the scene with Eve and Karen in the ladies room and then the scene with Eve and Addison towards the end.
My gf rushed this past Friday. Got there around 9:30 and was fifth in line. They were told before 10am that the rush tickets were most likely going to be singles. One couple got split between orchestra and mezzanine. We got MM and NN the last seats all the way over house right in each row. Luckily given that location there was plenty of leg room between the seat and the wall. I know the rest of the rear mezzanine is not great at all when it comes to leg roo
There actually is one. I have a friend who was in Elf last year. When you exit the theater, head towards the stage and go out the doors on house right. There is a small lobby area before you hit the doors to the street (8th avenue side) and the stage door is to your left in that small lobby area.
I'm going the second week of October. Very much looking forward to seeing how this will be done. Coincidentally, I saw Rosalie Craig in The Ferryman in the same theater when I was over there earlier this year.
persephone88 said: "Also interested in seating recommendations. I have a friend who is a huge Cranston superfan and she is torn between going for onstage seating (not sure how the view is from a back table) and going for an aisle seat in Orch in the hopes of stage dooring after the show. Does anyone know if Cranston typically stagedoors? I've warned her that the stagedoor line is likely to be a madhouse, and I doubt she'd get to a decent spot on the line if she were seated on