Sorry for the delayed response, but thank you all for your advice. Very much appreciated! I managed to get all shows booked, and discounts for all aside from Moulin as suggested went with partial view for $139.
I just had one more question if anyone might be able to offer any advice, Waitress do you think it's likely to offer any discount codes for early December or should I just book now?
I wonder if anyone can offer any help. I'm visiting NY from the UK from 2nd December. I would love to see Beetlejuice, Moulin Rouge & Tootsie. I just wondered if anyone had any advice on what seats were good? In particular, how is the view from the $59 side orchestra seats for Beetlejuice? Hoping to get a discount code for Tootsie and from researching looks like I will have to pay full for Moulin. How is Orchestra partial view $139?
Many thanks for any help.
American Son Rush Dec 12
2018, 08:14:36 AM
Many thanks for the reply, shall take another look at availability and book a seat close to the aisle!
My apologies if this has been posted/asked lots of times already. But just had a quick question, I’m visiting New York from the UK this week and I would love to get my Hello Dolly! Playbill signed. I know Bette doesn’t sign st stage door, so just wondering how I would go about perhaps doing this? Or if it was at all possible? If not I can always search the eBay route!
Many thanks for any help.
A Bronx Tale Seating Oct 28
2017, 04:09:58 AM
VintageSnarker said: "@helso1 I don't know the exact number, but in row C and D I mean the two seats at the end of the row (the ones that aren't highlighted orange). I think you should be OK with those two seats in row B on the aisle if that's the best deal you can get. There's a part where people are locked in a bathroom. That side of the stage is the only thing I think you might have trouble seeing. Most of the important action is in the center or towards the right
Thanks so much for the replies. Still trying to decide if its worth paying double for a seat further back. Concerned about the post where it says those seats are brutal eek! Have screen capped the seats its offering me.
I wonder if you can offer any help, I'm not sure if this has been asked already my apologies if so. I am hoping to see A Bronx Tale on my visit over to NY next month. I can get the $57 Orchestra row B seats 2 & 4. I just wondered if anyone had sat in them and would you recommend or are they too restricted and will we miss a lot.
I wonder if you guys can offer any help. I am visiting NY from the UK the last week in November, would absolutely love to see this show if I can. I know probably not going to have much luck, but just wondered if you guys had any tips for me in being able to locate a ticket. I have left most of my show days free currently (just booked Dolly so far) to try and see if I can get something. I could go Saturday 25th November matinee, Tuesday 28th November and either shows on Wednesd
I am coming over to NY in a couple of weeks from the UK and wondered if I could ask people’s thoughts on seating. I use a website over here called theatremonkey.com for seating charts, opinions etc but couldn’t seem to find a Broadway equivalent.
I am heading to see Finding Neverland, Allegiance & School Of Rock. I have been offered the following seats:
Firstly I apologise if this has been discussed in depth on other threads! I am visiting NYC from the UK next week and would love to see Hedwig, as expected the only tickets I am finding are Premium for $720 for two. I just wondered what the procedure was for trying to get standing. The two nights I have free to see the show are Saturday 7th June and Friday 13th. Is it likely I would be able to get standing or even regular full price tickets?