Kad said: "Phantom of London said: "Couldn’t this show move to the New World Stages or the Little Shubert and continue its run off Broadway again?"
It could, but why would it?"
I could see it having a decent run off Broadway and plod along at the advantage of lower costs. When I saw it I never thought it was a tourist show and appealed more to the New York midtown crowd, that see off Broadway.
Guys help me out on this one, need your great knowledge on this one.
I hope to catch The Band’s Visit on Sunday evening 20th January, the show starts at 7pm and is only 90 minutes long, so should be out on the sidewalk by 8:30, from there I plan to head home to London, there is a flight at 11:55 which I can do.
Do you think this is possible? Also bear in mind I have to go back to my hotel to pick up myÂ luggage, this will be in the Times Square area.
If this might help you, I hate gunshots too and get very nervous and clammy If I know they’re coming, so I can feel for you.
Firstly the gunshots aren’t that loud, the ones in Les Mis are much louder and secondly you see the gunshots coming, so you have opportunity to cover your ears, which I used to do, but now except the Phantom aren’t too loud, if you feel you need to cover your ears still this is fine.
With that great Times review and high name recognition of the show, I wouldn’t be surprised if the 3 main New York theatre owners are bidding to get the show now. This show would be awful in the Hirshfeld as others have said and would be better in the Winter Garden and those 100 extra seats a night means extra $$$$.
I could even go one step further and say even stick it into the Broadway which also be perfect for this and move King Kong to the Imperial, where it has a better capa