The Prom Rush vs TDF Jun 15
2019, 01:37:43 PM
I did the rush line this morning (Saturday) for the matinee. I arrived at about 8.30 and there were 5 people ahead of me. By the time they opened there were about 20-25 people. Everyone ahead of me bought tickets for the evening show.
Across the road at Hadestown there were already about 20 people by 8.30 and probably double that when I left.
The Prom Rush vs TDF Jun 13
2019, 10:11:20 PM
This is a cheeky request but hoping someone can help. I'm from the UK so I can't join TDF. I'm in town for one day and would love to see the matinee on Saturday (15 June). Would anyone be able to get me a TDF ticket and I'll pay you back?
I saw this in London and I loved it. I had no prior experience of the show (or indeed the myth) and got along with it very nicely. There really isn't a negative feeling about this show, it's not exactly been an impossible ticket but the limited run has pretty much sold out and it got decent reviews. There was a real buzz from the audience.
I'd love to see how this will play in another house - the Olivier Theatre at the National is a pretty unique space with some nifty
I'm writing a paper on how this scene in Pippin has presented and how audiences reacted to it. It's the scene in the first act in which Pippin chats with a recently decapitated soldier. The talking head is on stage apparently separated from its body.
Of course, I've watched various online videos of both amateur and professional productions but I'm keen to hear about productions you've seen/been part of, what effect was used and how we
Hello, I have ONE DAY only in New York (Saturday 2 December) and wondering what my odds are of a ticket for either show that day - when I should join the line? Don't mind a SRO ticket or spending up to $350.
For info, a retooled version (endorsed by Boy George) opened in London off-West End 2 or 3 years ago. I believe it encompassed elements from both the original London and Broadway versions and was staged in a real life club, and I really enjoyed it and felt it made sense. Didn't they do a couple of one-off concert versions in NYC recently? I have a feeling they were done by the original Broadway cast with a couple of members of this recent London revival thrown in to play the younger chara