George Street Playhouse? Feb 12
2019, 11:25:05 PM
I'm in NY again next week with one free evening. Thinking of seeing Little Girl Blue. Any advice on the ease or difficulty of going to and from New Brunswick from midtown? Bus? NJT? Distance to play house from transit?
HogansHero said: "hoping for the best is not what I am guessing you want as advice. Forgive me, Hogan. I was thinking everything you suggested. I just thought it was self-evident and didn't need to be stated. Mea culpa.
kelsey1389 said: "Probably either a duffel or a backpack"
If you know what you're seeing, call the theatre and ask in advance If there's a coat check. If not, travel as lightly as possible and hope for the best.
The Official TDF Thread Feb 2
2019, 12:32:09 AM
Mike definitely join TDF. I love in Boston and have been a member for several years. It's absolutely worth every dime.
Broadway in Boston Jan 30
2019, 11:31:24 PM
Non-subscriber Boston resident here. Anything offered through BiB I will almost always have seen in NY. That said, I'm hoping Moulin Rouge and Magic Mike (!) portend a return of Boston's once esteemed rep as a pre-Broadway tryout town. I saw some great, and not-so-great, shows back in the day. I do see almost everything at ART, Lyric, Speakeasy. I've also been enjoying Long Wharf and Gloucester Stage this past year.
Mike: definitely put Hadestown on your May trip. It shouldn't be mi
dramamama611 said: "But as long as they refunded the money - I don't think there is anything to be done."
Not sure how Broadway Box came in to this, or the box office, but whatever.DramaMama you're right, of course. Sort of.
If you go to a store and an item is tagged at a certain price, they can't scan it at a higher rate and make you pay it, blaming the manufacturer. To retain the customer you take the loss,honor the sale and correct the mistake.
$10 front mezz for Cher on Today Tix Jan 13
2019, 10:21:32 PM
The phrase used is: "...we misallocated tickets..." and so " we cancelled your order and voided the authorization on your credit card". A lawyer friend said the wording is specious. I'm looking in to it.
Applause Revival Due Jan 10
2019, 10:47:23 PM
It is a dinosaur. But a fun one! Maybe for Encores? With a cast of dinosaurs. I'd pay to see Lee Roy Reams shimmy atop a jukebox again!
Blue Ridge? Jan 4
2019, 06:12:24 AM
Saw it in previews. Love Marin Ireland. She's ok here. Just ok. Not her fault entirely. It's a long, dull piece of writing, populated by characters you won't care about. Kyle Beltran and Kristolyn Lloyd each have some nice moments. There's just nothing to sustain this at 2 hours, 2 acts.
LightsOut90 said: "saw it tonight, kicked myself for missing this years ago, thought it was phenominal, my only comment, what is the deal with Austin Pendeltons characters..is he playing himself...the character name just was so distracting.
Bad damn, those voices and that stepping, fantastic and Jeremy Pope is doing a magic trick 8 times a week on that stage."
I was also there last night. This is a very, very good play and it's in a perfect spot at MTC
It makes me giggle because I truly wonder if any of the Broadway bag checkers even know what they're looking for. And, what exactly would s/he do if they opened a bag with a bomb about to be detonated?