Does Billy Elliot have a rush ticket policy, lottery ticket policy, or student rush policy? Student Rush tickets are available in person at the Imperial Theatre Box Office... Show less starting 2 hours before the performance (for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday performances only). Tickets are $40.00 and are usually priced at $80.00. All Student Rush ticket purchases require a valid student ID, with a limit of two (2) tickets per ID, and are sub
RENT (Final Performance Playbills!) - 2 copies - perfect condition. i know these are special and sought after, so i prefer to trade these for 2 or 3 playbills instead of just 1.
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re: Karen Olivo Out of 'West Side Story' Tonight Jun 21
2009, 05:09:38 AM
im very frustrated because i've now tried the lotto every day for 2 weeks straight and have lost every time. literally lost 15 times or so in a row. i just wanna see the damn show before i move out of new york! lol.
but i really only want to see it for Olivo... grrr... id hate to finally win and her not be there. blah. trying again for today's matinee.
re: Next To Normal or Hair? Jun 19
2009, 12:52:56 AM
Go with N2N. I love both Hair and N2N, but Alice's performance in N2N is going to be legendary and shouldn't be missed. Hair will be around for a while so you could always catch it on your next visit.
But you can't go wrong with either... I just can't stress enough how much you NEED to see Alice.
re: Was anyone at In The Heights tonight? (6-16-09) Jun 17
2009, 02:16:49 AM
i definitely think Olivo was heaps better than marcy is. having seen the show 5 times, 3 times with olivo and twice with marcy, I'm sort of baffled as to why marcy was even cast in this role. she's cute and has a pretty decent voice, but she's completely dead and lifeless on stage.
i took my family to see the show 2 weeks ago. they knew nothing about the show. when we walked out of the theater they were ecstatic... praising the show up and down... they absolutely loved it. then they al
re: WSS Lotto Jun 13
2009, 01:33:35 PM
Well the times I've gone he's drawn the names inside with his back turned sideways and we can't see what he's doing. Again like I said, I'm sure it's legit, just seemed a bit... Shady. Especially when you're used to them calling names out in front of the theater in full view.
WSS Lotto Jun 13
2009, 01:25:58 PM
Tried the WSS Lotto this morning for the third or fourth time and was wondering... Anyone else think it's a bit strange... or shady... The way they do that lotto?
I dunno. All the other lottos, you put your name in and they call them one by one in front of everyone. WSS is shady with the way it's done inside and they pull all the names out at once out of your view.
Maybe I'm just cranky because I keep losing, haha, but was curious as to what everyone else thought.
re: Twelfth Night - Shakespeare In The Park Jun 12
2009, 12:40:19 AM
i was there! the weather was pretty poor so there were lots of empty seats. i'd say it was at about 75% capacity. there was no "stand-by line" due to poor attendance so you could basically just walk up to the box office and get tickets if you wanted.
show started about 15 minutes late and then had to be stopped again after 30 minutes due to rain. thankfully, the rain only lasted a few minutes and the show was able to resume.