AndreyIsntHere said: "Hadestown tickets seem to have had a steep price drop. Looking at the rest of March, they're as low as $79 in the front mezz. There's some orchestra seats for less than $100 as well. I'm not sure if this is connected to the virus or not, nor have I checked prices for other shows, but I assume it's connected. I'll probably buy tickets for round 3 once I check my own schedule. Might as well take advantage of discounts while I can, I suppose.
Broadway and the Coronavirus Mar 7
2020, 03:04:25 PM
I have a trip scheduled for next week to come to the city and see as many shows as possible. But as of today, New York is in a state of emergency. How do we think this will affect the city? Since shows in Italy and Texas have been canceled, what are the odds that broadway shows dont perform? Will the subway shut down?
This is a stupid question, but how does someone apply discount codes? I tried to use one for company and girl from the north country today but couldnt find a place to enter a code. Normally I buy tickets in person, so I haven't used telecharge in forever.
I'll be back in the city August 10-20th. I'm not dying to see any of the shows on Broadway that will be running at that time, besides Moulin Rouge (which I can't afford). What are some other shows, concerts, performances, etc that will be going on in the city at that time?
Also, any other general suggestions/recommendations of what to do or where to go in the city will be appreciated!
7. The Revolutionary War re-enactment community is a rather small one. This means one of two things: Dawn is lying about her participation, Ogie is lying about his. Both claim to have participated in the re-enactment community for well over a decade. If Dawn played the pivotal role of a Betsy Ross re-enactor, it’s highly unlikely that Ogie wouldn’t be familiar with her work. Additionally, a re-enactment injury such as Ogie’s spleen removal would hardly go unmentioned