SELLING: 1 rush ticket for Mean Girls for tonight 3/14 Mar 14
2019, 02:31:55 PM
I did the rush line this morning for Mean Girls but it turns out I am unable to go due to a family emergency. The seat is A 6. Just asking what I paid for which is $42. Send me a PM if interested
Wick3 said: "I don't think they ever publish the phone ext of the box office but I agree with others to contact Nederlander.
Worst case scenario if you can't reach anyone or reach a dead end, go to the city when you guys are free and go to the box office when it opens and ask if you can exchange your May tickets for the matinee or evening performance for that day. It's low season for Broadway right now so I highly doubt Wicked will be sold out."
fashionguru_23 said: "Islander_fan said: "And, fun fact, had this whole thing never happened Palace would have housed Frozen."
I assumed that, as I was always curious as to why Disney choseJujamcyn after having all their other shows play in a Nederlander theatre."
Yeah, there were a lot of setbacks in terms of getting this project off the ground (no pun intended.) Nederlander was waffling around, too much so for Disney’s comfort. B
What show should the palace theatre reopen with in 2021 Feb 19
2019, 09:28:57 PM
I’ve ushered The Palace before. Many of my fellow usher friends there were surprised that this was actually finally happening. Keep in mind, front of house staff was informed that this was gonna get underway after An American in Paris closed.
But now, they are finally starting and I do wonder how long it’ll take. I mean anyone that lives in NYC can tell you, just because they said a building/construction project will be done at a given time that that is NEVER the case.
MyFavoriteBrunette said: "Always shop Ticketmaster and Telecharge BUT FIRST find your discount code through TheaterMania.com BroadwayBox.com or even googling, as I have.
Stay away from Broadway.com unless it's a sold out last resort kind of situation. I used them in 2012 to take my mom to The Lion King because they had the better seats left. I was a novist when it came to theater back then and was unaware of th fees they were imposing. Thought that was a Broadway stand
BAT OUT OF HELL Will Play 8 Weeks At NY City Center In 2019 Feb 9
2019, 09:43:37 AM
Stage Entertainment has been listed as a producer for a few Broadway shows only so that they would be able to produce them in Europe. The three recent examples of these would be Sister Act (played in various countries in Europe all produced by Stage Entertainment) Anastasia (now playing in Spain.) And, Pretty Woman(starts performances in Germany in September.)
HogansHero said: ""couldn't make a deal with the landlord" is, of course, a euphemism for "unwilling to pay the rent." LOL"
Uh, not really. Landlords are raising rent costs left and right throughout the city forcing stores/businesses and yes, in this case, theatres to close. So to say that it is a fact that because they tried means they refused to pay is just not at all accurate. Look at the Drama bookshop. They were forced to close up because
I was just wondering, I know that both Craig Zadan and Neil Meron were the big reasons why NBC started to do live musicals. However, they are sadly no longer with us. And, while I know that Hair (despite being aÂ veryÂ ÂÂ bad choice) was next up for them. Is that still going to happen, or any other future NBC musicals? Just curious is all.Â
Marie's Crisis underage Jan 24
2019, 09:11:33 PM
For what its worth, Ive been there before. A friend of mine goes there every Monday and I often go with her. Now, Im 29 so any issue that involves being underage is not one that impacts me at all of course. But, that said, there was no one carding outside as is common for many bars.
However, I did pass it one Saturday night after getting out of a performance of Sweeney Todd at the Barrow Street and noticed that there was a guy outside checking IDs before you entered.
But, its fhe producers of the show who are at fault (if that word even is relevant in this situation) not Shubert. Shubert is nothing more than the landlord for this show. They are not the ones deciding on past dating or lackthereof. The producers of Waverly Gallery are.
Since we are talking about making a child feel comfortable (or at least a parent feeling comfortable about her kid seeing the show on her own at least,) The ushers for Nederlander wear blue shirts with black vests. I am not trying to come off as anything negative. Just wanted the OP to know that so, if she felt comfortable, she could inform her daughter as to whom to look for.
Back when I was working there, there was a mother who's child was there solo. Now, I have no clue as
JSquared2 said: "Islander_fan said: "JSquared2 said: "To borrow Hogan's oft-used phrase, There. Are. No. Rules. Go to the actual box office. If it's an underperforming show, they may very well allow you to past date. If it'sMockingbird, orDear Evan Hansen, then probably not. Last week I pastdated a TodayTix ticket. But no one on this board can give you an accurate response. Go to the box office."
JSquared2 said: "To borrow Hogan's oft-used phrase, There. Are. No. Rules. Go to the actual box office. If it's an underperforming show, they may very well allow you to past date. If it'sMockingbird, orDear Evan Hansen, then probably not. Last week I pastdated a TodayTix ticket. But no one on this board can give you an accurate response. Go to the box office."
I do find offense in saying that no one here can give an exact response.