GreasedLightning said: "Seeking seating advice from those who have attended: I’m looking at Orchestra L Row B Seat 3 (second row, second seat in)... Mezzanine L Row B Seat 1 (second row, first seat on aisle)... or Mezzanine Center Row D Seat 113 (fourth row center on aisle). From previous reports Mezzanine sounds like it’s the way to go but any reports appreciated!"
Saw this on Friday night (11/08) from Mezzanine B1 and it was basically a perfect seat. Hi
Thanks to both of you - feel pretty confident I could make a 1030 train. Looking forward to the show.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Preview Thread Nov 8
2019, 10:36:04 AM
Going tonight - what was the runtime? Telecharge says 2:15 including intermission, is that accurate? Trying figure out which train to catch home.
Casting article is back up. Previews start on 12/10 at the Broadway.
Burn This Previews Mar 17
2019, 11:40:02 AM
Also saw this last night and enjoyed it. Started at about 807, was on the street by 1040 (and I was in the balcony). Stated 2:30, so I imagine it will get there during previews.
Lauren2 said: "Your totally right. I mean they are good seats and a ok deal. They are close and I will be able to see faces right? Just making sure. And we can 100% return them before the 14 days right?"
I had seats J 26 -30, so other side of the theater, but were excellent. You're the perfect distance from the stage and can see everything.
Sat in J26 on Sunday and it was a great view. Didn’t miss a thing. Was much more taken with this than I thought I’d be. The stagecraft, especially the movement, is sensational. Would be surprised if this doesn’t get a choreography nomination.
Was able to get 3 seats together, orchestra row J 26-30 for April 15. Has anyone sat in comparable seats? Hoping it's not too far over. Will be returning dress circle L 128 (an aisle seat) for the same day.
I was in the orchestra, row P seat 1 and it was a perfect seat - a nice amount of leg room and no one in front of me. If you can get an aisle seat anywhere in orchestra I'd recommend that, I don't think the mezzanine overhang obstructs the stage at all. A friend of mine did rush and had seat J21 on the end of the aisle and although it was marked "partial view" he said he didn't miss very much at all.
So much for this verified fan thing. Tickets are already up on stubhub starting at $2,500. This whole process has left a sour tasted in my mouth (after getting shut out of Springsteen twice), that my desire to see the show is diminishing.
Kept getting the error message when trying to buy tickets after the map loaded. Called them, was on hold for about 5 minutes, and the representative was super helpful. Got a seat on the aisle in the front mezzanine as it looks like this is a big/wide show, but $340 with fees - ouch.
I've had really good luck. Usually go with the 5,000 points and $60 cash option. Recently: 2nd row center dress circle for Prince of Broadway, center orchestra for Come From Away, center front mezzanine for The Present, and just picked up tickets for The Band's Visit - orchestra row K on the aisle. I've had better luck calling, they can usually give you a few options.