At The History of Violence at St. Ann's Warehouse the other night - no less than 4-5 people either: kicked a can/plastic cup or dropped a phone. It's a pretty quiet show with a lot of dialogue (compounded with the fact that a majority of the patrons are trying to concentrate on the action and reading the English supertitles!!). At least there were no walk outs midway thru...Oklahoma! Attendance recently Nov 19
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Rebecca posted that she'll be in Atlanta until Thanksgiving doing post-production for the Aretha miniseries. Will Brill (Ali Hakem) has been out also filming a show or something. He was on a little break and was able to be in the audience for their 250th performance. I did notice his name is completely off the cast board... I hope he's coming back but Chris Bannow is great
The 16th Anniversary of Wicked - mother and son duo wouldn't stop their full volume talking during Act 1. After the first song, the son asked, "Wow, I wonder if they lip-sync." Apparently they were a part of bigger group that were scattered around the theatre because he kept on texting with them throughout the show (at least the screen was at the dimmest setting?). Another couple came late and the lady pulled out her phone to video/take photos. I guess the guy in my ro
Here you go... hope that helps... it's definitely an aisle seat that's closest to the exitrjm516 said: "Ok man no need to be so rude. Of course I am looking at the seating chart but it doesn’t say if a seat is on a aisle or how many off it it is like many U.K. sites do. And ok maybe not a “wall&r
AllThatJazz2 said: "Got to answer my own question today re: Betrayal. $40 for signed playbills, $100 for signed posters."
Betrayal tonight: Posters are still $100 but Playbills have gone up to $50
Red Bucket Follies Collections Nov 13
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Moulin Rouge: posters $200, Playbills $60 (my copy doesn’t look as fully signed like the poster tho but I haven’t counted the sigs), Carols for a Cure CD $20
Little Shop: Posters/Playbills are definitely signed by Gideon (still have to cross check for Groffsauce’s)
Oklahoma!: show used guitar string bracelets $100 show used guitar pick earrings $80 Square block of the plywood floor with fake blood splatter (signed by Damon, Rebecca and Patrick) $125 Carols CD $
I've seen Oklahoma! several times and without fail, there will be at least 1 rude person who will turn on their phone during the complete blackout scene in the smokehouse with Curly and Judd. Once, this lady texted throughout Act 1 - the usher walked so slowly to where the patron was (Row F247 - second to last row on aisle) that she was able to put away her phone when she was spoken to only to pull it out again when the usher left. I'm surprised the people surrounding her di
The Great Comet: Helene, Marya D., Natasha and Summaya Ali (ensemble/violin) wore wigs that closely matched their natural hair; other ensemble members, Mary and Sonya wore extensions (the latter two to help hide their mic packs).
OBC Harry Potter, of the 'Magnificent 7', Ginny (Poppy Miller), Ron (Paul Thornley) and Albus (Sam Clemmett) were unwigged. Hermione (Noma Dumezweni) and Harry (Jamie Parker) definitely wore wigs. I don't think James Snyder
I just hope they keep the prices a bit more reasonable like they did during the initial St. Ann's Warehouse run; it was about double for the regular floor seats at The Curran (it rarely sold out there??). I wonder if they'll add the Cliffs of Dover seating (mezz) seats this time too.
I hope they rebuild the Good Chance Theatre's dome again!
Count me in as another frustrated single ticket purchaser on TM! Seriously, I want to say it's like a discriminatory practice (I think I read somewhere that this is dictated by the producers?) - I hate calling customer service. Forget it if it's a hot-ticket show because while waiting forever on hold, tickets disappear before your eyes UGH...
I also hate how you can't easily look over a wide range of dates like Telecharge. I would definitely choose purchasing thr
Tina Fey made a surprise appearance and they auctioned off a meet and greet with her after the show, a signed Playbill and photo op. The top 2 bidders paid 3k each; winners were able to take up 4 ppl total.