I have been going to the Pops for years. I was there in the balcony. What you saw is typical New York Pops. Jeremy was the guest artist, but it wasn't his show, it was the New York Pops show. I am sure a lot of the people appreciate the exposition of each piece. These are not necessarily seasoned symphony audience members. This orchestra plays to people who would not otherwise attend classical music orchestras. I think they are a good intro to peo
TKTS is probably your best bet for Beautiful and Play / Wrong, or check Stubhub. I saw Hadestown and Moulin Rouge for cheap using Stubhub about an hour before curtain. The box office does not normally discount tickets an hour before curtain just to get rid of them (perhaps moving premium seats to normal priced seats they will do). You could try a rush ticket to Beautiful, but by 1 I am guessing it likely would be gone.
I saw the show Saturday afternoon, and I loved it. Of course it will not change your life, but it is enjoyable. I saw in the last row, third seat in from the right, so literally almost the worst seat in the house besides the partial view seats. I did miss some of the catwalk, but I can't imagine I missed that much, the main action seemed to be center stage. I laughed at every song intro following the woman next to me, I thought it was inevitable to laugh, even thou
I had read an article prior to the opening of Hudson Yards that only luxury malls have a chance of succeeding in NYC, that malls for average people are failing. The article cited the mall at the World Trade Center as an example of a mall that has not succeeded. It may have to do with the location of it. Budget shoppers are more and more buying from online.
The photos looked jarring to me at first, but it is better they are doing something with the space instead of lea
I just saw this and I agree that what worked in 1964 doesn't necessarily work today. It was fine, nothing revolutionary. It was too similar to the original. I saw the new Spiderman animated movie yesterday, and I was impressed how they revisioned a story told many times through the years to current times.
I was there, but in a bad seat in the balcony. As you can see, they did a lot of old chestnuts, which is what the crowd would want, but too many for my taste. It was an enjoyable show, the ballet they could have done without.
Bette Midler is back through August 25 only! Midler won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical when she originated the role of Dolly Levi in this revival, so her return should not be missed.
The classic musical tells the story of matchmaker Dolly Levi and her schemes to bring two couples together, while slyly doing some matchmaking for herself. Think juicy Tinder drama plus some seriously extra hats&
Laurie Metcalf Jun 17
2018, 01:29:25 AM
I read an article to ight saying the Roseanne spinoff is closer to fruition, so she would be in that potentially.
Could the lack of love for Harry Potter be that the group of nominators are not familiar with any of the HP story and did not understand what is going on? I asked in the HP thread if I have no exposure to anything HP, would I enjoy it, and the response I saw was a lot would go over my head.
When I saw Elf years ago, a mother and daughter sitting next to me where constantly talking to each other, disrupting my enjoyment. At intermission, I quickly got an usher and told her I wanted another seat. They got the house manager and managed to find me another seat.
IMO, I would try to past date tickets as soon as you can. They are under no obligation to do so, and the longer you wait, the more likely they may refuse you. They may even tell you Hello, Dolly starring Bernadette Peters is a new production, and they can't honor tickets from Hello, Dolly starring Bette Midler. Donna Murphy is excellent in the role.