Can be any one of a number of reasons, some potentials:
Hugh Jackman Availability
Sutton Foster Availability
Rudin not wanting to stage 2 large scale musical revivals in one season (WSS being the other)
Coriolanus at the Public Jul 30
2019, 02:46:52 PM
Got there at 10:15am yesterday (7/29) and he no problem getting a ticket at 12 when the box office opened.
When I was going into the show at 7:40pm there was no sold out sign, no standby line, and heard that they actually had tickets left that they were giving out. No idea if this is the norm, but that’s what it was for a humid, Monday night!
Was at dress this AM, here are all the performances, please do not read if you do not want to know!! This is in the order they went.
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Ain't Too Proud: Medley
Oklahoma: Cain't Say No into the Title Song
Beetlejuice: Day-O into The Whole "Being Dead" Thing (with ne
Want - Tony Award Dress Rehearsal Tix Jun 9
2019, 03:31:15 PM
Yup, this was definitely the full show this morning minus a few cameos that had stand ins! Don’t know if this was my feeling just because I was in the room, but I thought the whole show was really fantastic and the best overall show in YEARS!
The opening is killer, probably my favorite since the NPH “Bigger” one. And there is a pre-recorded bit that was really amazing and the audience completely ate it up!
Very much looking forward to how it all plays out tonight!
Want - Tony Award Dress Rehearsal Tix Jun 8
2019, 05:58:21 PM
So you got tickets for free, and now you’re selling them for a profit? Very cool! I’m sure the producer you got these from would be thrilled with this!
I just saw that other thread and none of that reasoning really makes sense. Every year they rehearse the numbers throughout the week, that's nothing new! Sunday morning is when they put the whole thing together.
I also triple checked with my source (through whom I got my tickets), dress rehearsal is on, the other thread is #fakenews.
Lear was, and still, looked amazing on paper, but everything on that stage was just SO wrong! Was so upsetting to see something I was so excited for fail so spectacularly.
Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare in the Park) Jun 4
2019, 01:54:11 PM
Got in line at like 11:58am today, line was pretty long, just ahead of the infamous rock of no hope. Took about 50 minutes to get to the front, but was able to get a ticket for tonight!
They never cancel before showtime. Your best bet is to go, bring a poncho (no umbrellas allowed!) and hope they get the show in! If they cancel, that's that and you'll have to try and go another day, however, they do not give vouchers or anything like that.