Isn't it True That Bruce Springsteen would stop when he started a song, and if the audience started singing along, and say "I got this" ? So i guess an announcement is the best way to go--even though often times some don't listen to the turn off cell phones etc.
I was there last night (saturday) and was in 2nd row orchestra. On aisle. Needless to say it was perfect. Front row seats are not the high premium because stage is a bit higher and those sitting there were having to look up. I imagine the view of feet was cut off. 2nd row saw feet but not stage floor. So much us played to middle hermes is mostly stage left when watching. Orpheus mostly stage right. Awesome show and was sold out. Noted in other thread but he
Waverly Gallery or The Ferryman? Jan 17
2019, 08:48:22 AM
Wick3 said: "I didnt realize Waverly was a revival! Then yes I think both plays have a good shot in their respective categories. Just a note that Ferryman has extended to July but keep in mind the British/Irish cast is leaving Feb 17th and being replaced by mostly an American cast. Waverley Gallery is easier to understand given the setting is in NYC and all of the characters speak with an American accent. The Ferryman is set in Northern Ireland and though
Thank you for the insights. i figured on far right you might miss Aunt Pat but it makes sense that the upper staircase is blocked. great advice--as much as i loved row two i do believe a little distance by a couple of rows will help because the stage is so deep. but i agree a great show and i am looking forward to seeing it again in February.
Thanks JayElle--I agree with the lack of leg room. I think the first row is a bit close. just wish they offered some of the center orchestra that is not premium. can't imagine they are sold out of those already. wish i knew how to get some of those seats. maybe they release them later. anyone else sit house right near the wall and what is the view? Thanks again
I got to see it last week and we sat 2nd row, house left and it was a great seat. the row just behind us was premium (we paid regular price) and there just can't be any difference--except they have to make some premium i guess. I noticed all first row premium center orchestra are less than 2nd row premium orchestra. I have a question--has anyone sat house right in front row (which are only 89.00) or further back but near the wall--all are slightly less than those closest
Has anyone, by chance, sat in the first row for this show? I am planning on going in November and was wondering if it is worth paying extra and sitting in the front. It is Premium but 50 less than the premium cost in second row. I saw The Color Purple in the front row and loved it.
sm33 said: "jast said: "Ok. I have just bought on Stubhub a AA row seat for Saturday May 12th for both Parts for 170.00. Has anyone else got such a deal? Part of me fears it can't be true, but the other part feels like i got the greatest deal. I saw Part 1 on Easter and loved the show, and knew i had to see both parts. Is this too good to be true? This is half the price of a standard ticket for both parts. Anyoneelse with such a story? cant imagine why it would be sold a
Ok. I have just bought on Stubhub a AA row seat for Saturday May 12th for both Parts for 170.00. Has anyone else got such a deal? Part of me fears it can't be true, but the other part feels like i got the greatest deal. I saw Part 1 on Easter and loved the show, and knew i had to see both parts. Is this too good to be true? This is half the price of a standard ticket for both parts. Anyone else with such a story? cant imagine why it would be sold at this cost.
I have a question concerning StubHub--For Saturday May 12th they have tickets available in center Orchestra which look great. My question is for the price they list am i getting tickets to BOTH Parts for the price they list. They say 170.00--is that for both parts or do i have to double it to 340.00? the Heading lists Parts 1 and 2 but then it only lists the start time at 1:00pm for Part 1 and nothing about the starting time for part 2--so it makes me not so sure..
Seats for Pippin? Apr 15
2013, 12:49:14 PM
Thanks for all the information. That really helps. I initially thought I had seen a phone number for the box office but was mistaken. Like everyone else I always think there is a better way to get better seats. Thanks again
Seats for Pippin? Apr 15
2013, 09:52:28 AM
Can anyone tell me if you can have a better choice of seats by calling the box office. Online seating choice is good for this show, but the entire center orchestra is not available for many many nights two months from now. I can't believe they are all bought up already. Do i have any chance of getting, say, an aisle seat 5 or 6 rows back in the center orchestra if I call the box office, or am I limited to just using the online process?