That being said, I disagree about inflated ticket prices... at least for THIS show. I got a pair for $25 each from the box office and the seats were great. they have LOTS of great seats at great price points.
but what a mess of a show.
they hired kung fu Artists, not actors or singers. and there was VERY LITTLE king fu.
I found myself incredibly disappointed wednesday night.
the BEST part is the new material added.... SPOILER ALERT?
the production team interviews staff members at New York City Center, and added their stories into the show! Security, Ushers, Ticket Takers, Box Office people.... and their CHILDREN who also work at NYCC.
it was a BEAUTIFUL HEARTWARMING addition to the show. It was the only part of the show that felt heartfelt.
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$30 and $40 IS affordable Seats. Compared to the $149 price tag..... when the lotto was $20 bucks, the FULL PRICES were only $100.... why producers should be still charging 20 year old prices is beyond me.
I miss the day where you could go to a THEMEPARK for $80 bucks
I miss the day where you could buy a SANDWICH for under $10.
I miss the day where you could buy a BEER for under $10.
You are entitled to nothing. Stop being so cheap. <
to each his own. I appreciate that you provided your own feedback and your own experience, but no need to knock down others opinions in the first place.
I wouldn't consider myself a zealous theatre fan, and frankly tend to hate ALOT, if not most, of what I see. I think this show brilliantly portrayed the current state of the world, in a Shakespearean period manner. and THAT is what makes good theatre for me. reflecting modern opinions in an artisti