Hi. I am visiting New York on holiday. I would like to add to my Broadway cast recording collection. Does anyone know of any places where I could buy second-hand cast recordings on CDs. Looking for second hand to keep the cost down.
MadonnaMusical said: "Also... and I say this out of respect... does anyone give a crap about Glenn Close anymore? When was the last time she had a hit movie? I don't think her name will translate to ticket sales.
Firstly, congratulations to everyone who scores a ticket to Hamilton. Very exciting!
I am visiting New York from Australia in February and, without an AMEX or special code, I am going to have to try my luck trying to get one ticket through the general sale. Does anyone have some advice on the best strategy to maximise my slim chance of getting a ticket through the General sale. Should I target a date towards the end of February instead of early February. Should I go straight for rear m
I travel to New York alone quite often. At 54 Below I have often been seated at a table with other people. Last time I was seated next to the mother of Christine Ebersole's personal assistant at one of Ms Ebersole's shows. After the show the mother introduced me to Ms Ebersole who even joined the table for a while. It was one of the highlights of that trip..
"All of you guys/gals have to get a clue and buy a vowel...As much as some of you love physical CDs that format is dormant if not downright dead...the majority are downloading music...that is the norm. Some are not even doing that...they are streaming from Spotify, Pandora or Apple music. "
Collecting digital files is not the same as collecting CDs. There is something particularly satisfying about holding the CD, looking through the book