FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME Previews Sep 26
2019, 12:36:29 AM
Anyone willing to share rush reports in terms of arrival time, number of people, seat locations, etc.? Considering rushing for a 10 PM show in November.
RippedMan said: "I think people just expected Potter to be a Hamilton-style monster it, and it seems to have fallen into the comfortable long-runner status quite quickly. I mean there were a bunch of $40 seats available for this week."
I see; thanks for the reply. Yes, I do see that tickets are not very difficult to get, and there are $40 orchestra seats for this Wednesday. Two parts is a big commitment, and it certainly hasn’t had the pop cu
Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/15/19 Sep 16
2019, 08:54:15 PM
Can I ask what the concern over Potter is, with it grossing over $1 mil per week? I do see that their prices are lower than they were a year ago and the average ticket price is in the lower range. Are those the reasons for concern?
Hugh Jackman in The Music Man Sep 14
2019, 12:28:40 PM
Got Orchestra Row T, seats 1 and 3 for December 19 at 8! $229 each for those last few orchestra rows (probably marked up a little bit as it gets closer to Christmas). Super excited! I logged on at 8 AM, was pretty early in the queue, and went through three searches until I got those seats. Before, the cheapest they were offering were mid-orchestra. So if you took first offer you certainly got more expensive seats.
The center seats in row T are available and I’m trying to decide if it’s
Does it say it will be “Best Available” or just that they will send tickets when the theatre is announced? In other words, is it possible we will have a (correct) seating map to choose from tomorrow (presumably the WG) without an official announcement?
Hugh Jackman in The Music Man Sep 13
2019, 11:21:51 AM
Wowza. Has a show ever sold tickets without announcing a theatre? It’s a nightmare dealing with a hypothetical seating chart. Remember when DEH was originally announced for the Belasco? I ended up with worse seats when they moved to the Music Box.
Cursed Child Logo Change Sep 4
2019, 11:36:57 PM
Noticing on the West End programmes it’s now branded as “J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.”
Not sure how I feel about the logo change; I agree with those who say it makes it seem too commercial and synergistic. But, to be fair, that logo has been used for the US version of the books since day one, pre-Warner Brothers, who also it for the movies. So, for the States anyway, it goes back a bit further than the UK, who only had it for the movies.
Couldn't resist this. Never seen Little Shop in any iteration. Groff is out when I'm in town (he's out 11/5-11/17, for anyone interested), but I'm excited for Borle and Blanchard! $69 side orchestra is a great deal!
Hugh Jackman in The Music Man Jul 20
2019, 03:30:39 PM
I’m not really reading that Facebook banner as Sutton being under the title but just a symmetrical choice. For DHP and Dolly, the billing was “Also Starring DHP,” and we don’t see that here. The profile icon on Facebook says “Hugh/Sutton,” so that suggests coequal billing. Certainly hope that’s the case, anyway!
Hello Dolly Tour 2.0 cast? Jul 14
2019, 03:11:30 PM
Analisa Leaming (Irene on the tour) said in an Instagram live a few weeks ago that she had signed on for year two.
TotallyEffed said: "kade.ivy said: "TotallyEffed said: "You couldn’t pay me to sit up there."
Yikes. That bad, huh? I may kick myself (or knee myself as I curl up...heh), but I travel from out of town so I like to have most of my tix purchased in advance so I know I’m seeing what I want to. And the buzz, storyline, and people involved in this have me intrigued! I’ll probably be happy the show is only 90 minutes!