I have one ticket to Mean Girls for this Wednesday at 7 PM that I can't use anymore. I bought it at the box office for $69.50 with no fees. I'd just like to get my money back. The seat is in the rear right mezz on the aisle.
Are you local? If so, try going to the box office in person. Sometimes they have tickets that aren't available online. I recently got tickets for $95/part for a performance that only had $170/part+ online.
The first time I've ever been to a show with a hold was Thursday night at Cursed Child. The speaker right near me starting buzzing during the first big meeting at the ministry and got progressively louder as time went on. Then it started beeping rhythmically, continuing to get louder and louder. They finally stopped the show two scenes later. A sound guy came and turned the offending speaker off and they were able to restart.
I don't know whether you are asking about tomorrow (Saturday) or another date in the future, but the answer is it depends. On Saturdays, the tickets are sold together whether you buy ahead of time or do rush or lottery. If you only want to see Part 1 on a Saturday, I don't think there's any way around it unless you can find someone to buy your Part 2 ticket. Or get the pair so cheap it doesn't matter that you won't use the second one, as Sondheimite suggests.
LesWickedly said: "How is the AC in the theatre? Yes I’ve been wearing shorts to shows, sue me, but I thought since I’m front row I should maybe wear pants. If the ac works well, then it shouldn’t be a problem."
Either the theater can't keep up with the current weather, or it's hotter in the mezz. I saw part two last night in pants, and I was on the edge of too warm. It definitely did not feel like one of those theaters that blasts
Did someone take the $40 dress circle tickets or are you still holding them? I messaged you a while ago and saw them release but couldn't get one in my cart. I want to know whether I should keep refreshing or if they're gone.
Does anyone who has bought tickets before have any tips on getting orchestra seats? I'm trying to get tickets for my parents and my mom can't handle heights of any kind. Thanks to the seating chart someone posted, it looks like I can get $300 or $400 seats in the orchestra, but there are also seats in the mezz at the same price point. We can only search by price, not section, correct? $400 is their limit or I'd just search for higher prices that are only found in the orchestr
CoercedBull said: "I'm aware that this is a super annoying, subjective question, but I'm compelled to ask it anyway. Feel free to ignore!
I have last row mezz tickets for this, and I'm on the edge of upgrading. For context, Angels in America is maybe my favorite work of art in any form, ever made, and this will be my first time seeing it. I'm also a student right now and am not flush with money. Sooooo, are the last row mezz tickets so terrible that it will
Scarywarhol said: "^That functional pole is flown in and out. I believe we are talking about the much larger set piece up in the rafters, which may have been less visible from the Simon's steep rear mezz."
Ah, okay. I have no idea what you're referencing, so you can't see it from the back of the mezz.
bstoll1 said: "Toying on getting a last-minute ticket but as mentioned before a common available ticket seems to be last row of the theater. Not sure if it's worth it even if I am saving $100 or so. Would greatly appreciate feedback from those who sat in nosebleed seats."
I sat in the second to last row. The sound was pretty quiet (I'm not sure if the actors were miked?), but I could understand everything that was said. I could make out faces, but had to
corthomas said: "My page used to have the option to enter a code, but I refreshed and now that option is no longer there. Does it think I already used my code or something? Will the box pop up again when my window opens at 11? I FEEL INSANE."
The TMFanSupport twitter is telling people to wait and enter their code at the time they were given. I think the site just isn't "on" yet and it will be smoother at 11. At least, that's what I hope.
I tried the lottery tonight and lost. They gave out 30 tickets at the $39.50 price, and then drew names for 10 "lottery loser" tickets at $59.50 (which is a bit of a misnomer, since you still had to have your name pulled...) I'd say there were maybe 70-100 people there? But I am bad at estimating crowds.
I stood by the door and went into the box office as soon as I realized I wasn't going to get called to ask about standing room. The show wasn't sold out yet,
I stopped by around 10:20 this morning (a Saturday, for future people reading this thread) to see if they had any SRO for the matinee. There were maybe 10 seats left on Telecharge when I went to bed last night, a mix of regular price and premium. They must have decided that was close enough because they sold the SRO right when the box office opened and they were gone by the time I got there.
It sounded like people ahead of me in line got partial view - not sure if those are the ru