Caye2 said: "Thanks for posting about the $33 tickets on Telecharge! Did they announce that you could get $33 ticketsonline? I thought the special price was only for people who dressed up in black and white and went to the box office!"
Just bought a pair online and not wearing anything black or white. I don't think they announced it formally. I found it by accident.
Thanks so much CT2NYC. I hadn't seen that discount. I've never been in the Hudson. Burn This is one of my favorite plays, but Adam Driver does nothing for me, so my head is all over the map on where to sit for that one.
Huss417 said: "Hoping someone who has been there can say how the room is. Was looking to see Frances Ruffelle and almost same price difference. 82.50 up front and 32.50 side. Small rooms I prefer to be somewhat back from the stage."
You're in for a treat. My favorite cabaret show in years.
Seats in the middle are fine with no obstruction and might require shifting your chair a tiny bit. Most seats in the far back are also unobstructed, just far back and ta
uncageg said: "Saw it tonight. Had a full on emotional breakdown in tears shortly after leaving the theater.
Very well done. Won't give the plot away but viewing this as a black man who had people in my life like Pope's character just added to the impact. However, it should pack an emotional punch across the board.
I agree with your every word.
I said to my friend, that I found myself nodding in recognition, especially the barbershop sto
Caught today's matinee. My second viewing. This time, I brought a friend who didn't know anything about it beyond the vague description. I refused to tell him what it was about and he trusted me. He raved about it for the rest of the day.
I think it was even better this time around. The writing has a universality that is all too rare these days. Jeremy Pope is doing incredible work that will, hopefully, be remembered at award time. But, there's not a weak link in
Just back from this tonight and my faith is restored that a playwright still understands their craft and knows how to show us a story, rather than tell us one. And, that story is filled with humor, heart, drama and a universality that makes it a play most everyone can, on some level, relate to.
Mr. McCraney has woven a story filled with sincerity and true emotion. There is not a manipulative scene in the play. I feared when Austin Pe