Tony Goldwyn in The Inheritance Jan 12
2020, 02:15:37 AM
Add me to the chorus of raves for Tony Goldwyn’s performance in Part 2. He’s the consummate pro - you’d never know this was his first week of shows. Definitely worth a second visit to the show if you missed out on seeing Mr. Goldwyn’s take on Henry Wilcox.
I love Kristin. I really do. But based on the PLETHORA of empty seats in the orchestra and mezzanine for this past Saturday evening's show, the "100% capacity" numbers were clearly fudged. Now, question is, what is the motive behind wanting to incorrectly report sold-out crowds throughout the run?
Refer To Actor By First Name Apr 21
2019, 10:13:26 PM
PS - Angela, Audra, and Patti send their regards, yankeefan. (Was my grammar correct?)
How VERY tacky. If you have an extra ticket, be generous and share the wealth. Invite a friend. Take someone who has never seen a Broadway show and introduce them to the magic of live theatre.
But no, you chose to try and pawn off one of your comp tickets for another freebie. You’re no better than the tote bag trolls wandering the lines in front of theatres who EXPECT someone with an “extra ticket” to give it to them, free of charge.
After taking 24 hours to reflect upon whether my reaction to the show last night was too harsh... Nope. It was truly awful. Like “icky feeling” awful. I literally paid $5 each for a pair of tickets, and I feel ripped off. I’m going to try to muster the energy to go into more detail, but I feel like my theatrical spirit has been broken after experiencing this atrocity. Here we go (spoilers abound...)
Ruben didn’t know the words to the Christmas songs. There w
What a nice surprise when I picked up my tickets for SpongeBob tonight, just a few minutes before curtain. A very sweet woman at the Box Office looked at my tickets (Center Mezz, Row G) and wrote down an alternate location on the back, with her signature. "Show this to the usher," she told me. Turns out she relocated us to Center Orchestra Row K, on the center aisle. Thanks, TDF (and a very accommodating Box Office at the Palace)! By the way - the show is surprisingly fantas
Bought the ticket as soon as the "Congratulations" email was sent. Got to the theater 15 minutes before the show and waited in a will-call line that seemed to not move more than an inch or two until a few minutes before showtime. When I finally reached the window, it was exactly showtime. The woman at the box office barely looked at my ID and tossed me a ticket from the top of a pile.
Won the Sunset Boulevard lottery this weekend. Terrible seat - last row of the Mezzanine, partial view, and not even worth the "winning" price of $55. During intermission, I scooped up an empty front-row seat in the Orchestra. Now THAT was a winning seat! Incredible view of Glenn and a not-to-be-missed performance.
Folks looking for a lower-priced preview ticket for perfs in the next few days may be pleasantly surprised to see the VERY NICE selection of seats now available using a certain very well-known website's discount code. Just a 'heads up', friends! And...go!
Was also at the matinee in the rear mezz, which was EMPTY! (TDF, anyone?) The ushers were letting people move up to the front of the REAR mezz, but prohibited anyone from moving to the front mezz. Front mezz had a couple of rows filled, but the rest of the front mezz seats were left EMPTY! Show is quite funny, though. Hope word of mouth kicks in. In the meantime, they need to work on filling their house.