Has anyone been to The Ferryman lately and sat in the balcony? I'm looking at purchasing two tickets for next weekend and the balcony is pretty unsold... I'm wondering what are the chances that they're moving people down to the front of the balcony?
Those who are grabbing tickets for Oklahoma, Tootise, Beatlejuice, Be More Chill, etc, are you getting them from the TDF website or are those from the TKTS booth? I keep checking the TDF website but somehow missed ALL of those shows
The Ordway in St. Paul is still selling tickets for June...
THE PROM Previews Oct 22
2018, 10:56:13 AM
I was at the invited dress as well and I also had a really fun time. Of course it was a room full of family and friends so the support was already in place, but I laughed and smiled a ton, and that alone felt great.
I'm so glad old threads are getting revived because I'm seeing posts I made FOREVER ago that I completely forgot about haha.
So I first the national tour of Phantom in Buffalo probably around 2002 and was SO scared of the chandelier when it fell. And then I went to see Phantom on Broadway two weeks ago, and the chandelier crash was... disappointing. It's incredibly slow, it doesn't feel like there's even a chance for it to actually crash, and nobody around me seemed
FROZEN Previews May 12
2018, 07:49:54 AM
Wasn't sure where else to post this, but did anyone notice Caissie wears an in ear monitor in her left ear? Saw the show Wednesday night and noticed it during Let It Go. That was the night her glove also didn't fly off stage (she tweeted about it), but I'm wondering more about why she has an in ear monitor opposed to everyone else.
Song of Spiderman is super interesting and hard to put down - definitely recommend it.
I read Michael Riedel's Razzle Dazzle this past winter break and really enjoyed it. All about the Schubert Organization and Foundation from their beginning days to now. Definitely a perspective you wouldn't think about as a regular theatergoer.
Definitely recommend Everything Was Possible by Ted Chapin. He was a PA on the original production of Follies. One of the best bway boo
And then says it will tour Dec 2018-summer 2019 in the states
Jessica Vosk Broadway Jan 9
2018, 12:38:44 PM
Her story today says she's heading to a rehearsal at City Centet and will tell more shortly - I think it's something other than the highline ballroom thing.
I remember the curtain saying the time left in the break or something? Like "2 minute break", then "almost there" etc. There was also one that was like "Did you say hi to your neighbor?" and then like "here we go!"
Well seeing that art is subjective, one person might walk into this and not have to "work" at all to understand and enjoy it for themselves, and another person might feel like they had to work terribly hard to even understand why someone else would find any enjoyment in this.
Keeping with the updates - I'm in line now, got here at 8:30. Two people in front of me, second place got her eat 7:30. Two more people arrived right after me but there's just us 5 so far. Seems like not a rush you need to get here earlier than 8:30-9 for (yet).