blaxx said: "I saw Company from the second row and definitely felt way too close."
Blaxx, which range or rows in center orchestra would you suggest? What I mean is what is the farthest you would go back and and at what row would you start? Since 2 is too close would you start at 4, 5, 6 or something farther?
brdway411, you suggested sitting in the mezz. Are you saying that none of the seats in the Orchestra are good? What are your thoughts on the first four rows of the center orchestra? Would you pick the mezz over center orchestra?
I know that in some theaters it is not a good idea to sit in the first few rows because the people will need to put their heads back because at high level they will be staring at the wall below the stage.
What do people think of the first four rows of the Bernard Jacobs? I have been there but honestly don't recall ever sitting in those rows.
If you were going to see a show like Company there, would it be better to sit farther back? Yes I know everything is closed
@Nealb1, the Hilton Millennium Times Square DOES have a resort fee. I booked a room last month for April and the fee is included. The fee is $25 a night. They call it an "urban destination fee." I believe other Hilton properties in the Times Square Region have started adding this fee.
Hilton's website states the following when discussing it: "Daily Mandatory Charge will be added to the room rate and includes: Urban Destinatio
Scarywarhol said: "I did rush today and got a great seat in the third row. And I arrived just before curtain to try, so definitely recommend rush to anyone who really wants to see this.
But I was deeply unimpressed with the writing and won't be going back for Part 2. I've happily sat through 12 and 24-hour-long shows, but these three hours were interminable. It would just be a bad soap with sitcom jokes if it didn't constantly take shortcuts toward affectations
I saw this yesterday afternoon. Everyone but Jane and Michael came out. I really think that the role of Michael Urie's friend should have been cut on the cutting room floor. I don't think the role added anything to the production and what the character was discussing about siblings was disgusting.
I saw both parts today. No matter how incredibly slow or long you may think part one is, it improves in part two and his role in part two is larger so don't skip part two. After the show he was so charismatic and took pictures with people. Oh, they said he doesn't come out to sign stuff after the 1pm show. Only the evening show. Everyone else came out to sign after both shows.
I hadn't checked tix for this until now -- but I'm looking at Oct/Nov/Dec. Am I seeing right that there are no "Premium" tickets for this? I don't even see that as an option -- and there are zero blue seats showing up. The only orchestra seats I see are random singles and some back corner blocks later on. Is this THAT sold out, or are things not fully "released" yet?"
Does anyone know if this show will still be listed on places like TKTS and TDF once Tony Goldwyn takes over? I am debating between waiting to buy tickets after he starts or buying them now out of a fear that the show will raise the prices when he joins the production.
I will be surprised if Stephen Pasquale is nominated since he didn't perform in many of the show's dates. What about people from the cast of Ink? Does anyone think it will be nominated? Bryan Cranston won the British version of the Tony. Does anyone think he is a lock for winning the Tony in June?
SomethingPeculiar said: "The competition in Best Actor this year is INSANE, so I don't think he'd win unless he gets absolute love-lette
I was told to purchase two tickets for which ever one of these two shows I think the male lead has a better chance of winning the Tony. I realize that many people probably believe Jeff Daniels is going to win but if you could only pick from one of these shows, which show do you think the male lead has the better chance of winning? We will not be going to see To Kill A Mocking Bird or Burn This.