I'm in town next Saturday for one night only and want to try the lottery that night. I know I likely won't win, but does anyone have good info on how the cancellation line works for this? Do people just line up post lottery? Or is there already a line- if so, when do people normally start lining up? How many tickets are normally available and how many people normally line up, etc.? Thanks in advance!
Glick in Little Shop Nov 6
2019, 07:04:39 PM
Not sure if they've been there, but I looked earlier today, and lots of seats were open for most of the shows during his run. Different prices, but saw several $99 tickets.
InTheBathroom1 said: "With Mean Girls numbers dropping, I think it might be about time for a stunt cast. I think he could be a fun Damien."
That'd be fun, but he publicly stated last year that he would no longer play gay characters because he didn't want to take those roles from LGBTQ actors.
I like the Little Shop idea and then he'd be a great fit.
Broadway trip - Times Square/midtown hotels with no resort fees Oct 22
2019, 08:18:52 PM
The Row has had resort fees for years. They used to be my automatic go-to because even with the fee, they were still a great bargain. Not so much anymore. Their prices have gone up, and the resort fee itself has also gone up this year. Depending on the time of travel, the total might still be a bargain, but it's getting rare.
Sign up for their emails, though. Occasionally, they will send out great discounts, some of which will waive the resort fee. These usually have date restrictions,
Little Shop of Horrors Lottery Oct 22
2019, 06:57:44 PM
Anyone know how the cancellation line is for this on a Saturday evening? I assume you can still enter lottery if you're in the line?
The DEH parallels were definitely there, but the majority of people watching won't pick up on them. I thought the standout was Jessica Lange, but that whole subplot seemed crazy and kind of shoe- horned in. Still, she was amazing as always.
Little Shop of Horrors (PREVIEWS) Sep 23
2019, 07:48:09 AM
Also, look out for a fun photo op in the downstairs lobby. The door to the stairway has the logo above it and bloody hand/nail scraping on each side of the frame. Lots of people were taking pictures clutching the door frame like they were being dragged away.
Little Shop of Horrors (PREVIEWS) Sep 22
2019, 08:47:40 PM
Yes. The merch stand had 3 (I think) t-shirts, window cards, magnets, keychains, and little plants you could purchase. That's all I remember seeing.
This was the most fun I've had at the theatre in a long time!
Everyone was great, and the show flows almost flawlessly. The sound does need a little work, so hopefully they'll get that figured out before opening.
Everyone went crazy at the prologue, since it wad the twenty-first day of the month of September. The audience missed Borle's first cameo, but he got lots of love on his second pop up. Groff was great and really got into the camp. He actually broke d
LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS returning Off-Broadway this Fall? Aug 28
2019, 07:06:23 AM
The tickets sold last week were front row for previews. As far as I know, the front row wasn't sold for regular performances, and since someone upthread said the box office told them there would be a rush policy, that may be an option for non-preview performances.
What Gives You The Right To Turn On Your Phone During The Show Jul 24
2019, 12:49:23 PM
I sat next to a lady and her daughter at Hamilton, and she told me before the show that she needed to check her phone periodically but that she would be as quick as possible. Her daughter's insulin pump fed numbers to her phone apparently, and she needed to keep an eye on it. She was very quick and subtle, and it didn't bother me. I was glad she and her daughter both got to see and enjoy a show they were obviously excited for. I was worried the whole time that someone else would snap at her, tho
Interesting that Iconis apparently helped revise the lyrics. I thought by his and his wife's reactions on Instagram that they seemed surprised (in a fun/shocked way).
I don't really think Salazar did anything bad. I guess I can see that it could be construed as petty, but it just didn't seem like that big of a deal to me. All I saw was the video of him drinking Pepsi (in a sort of tea-sipping way, I guess) and then retweeting a couple of people who basically wondered wh
BE MORE CHILL (Broadway) Reviews May 3
2019, 05:08:49 PM
I can't speak to it personally (since the first time I saw the show was off-Broadway), but the Connoly versus Roland debate seems to be stemmed almost entirely from a first impression cast recording and half a bootleg video. Very few people actually saw Connoly perform the role. I don't know how it's possible to prefer something you never actually witnessed. I get preferring one singing voice to another, especially if you listened to one recording for years and suddenly hear a new voice, but who
No, nothing at all specific happens in those seats other than the keepsake, which thus far has, been a lapel pin that is changed monthly (I believe). The stage door manager also runs the Squip Zone, and he will present you with the pin when you arrive at your seat.
A lot of the action is very close to the front of the stage, but there's no interaction with the audience, etc.