Hello everyone. Once again I'm going to NYC and I would love your recommendation for some shows! I highly value your opinions because last year you guys convinced me to see The Great Comet and in 2015 you changed my mind about Fun Home. They're among my favorites now so I believe that you get my point :)
Right now I have two slots open on my schedule: the matinee on Wednesday and Tuesday night. I already have tickets for the following shows:
briansb said: "I've been trying for 50 minutes and have only ever gotten the error message (not even a no seats available error, some error that says "something went wrong from our end"... tried three different devices, to no avail. Any help????? I'm at a lost for words."
Are you outside US? I was having the same error but it started working whe
Something similar happened to me last year. I flew all the way from Brazil and, on my first time on a Broadway show (Les Mis), Alfie Boe and Earl Carpenter were out. I found that out only when I was already inside the theater. I was really disappointed but I didn't let that ruin my night.
By the way, seeing Alfie Boe was one of the reasons for the trip, so I end up doing some changes when I heard that Will Swenson was stepping in and I saw the show again later that
Last week I sat on the first row of the center rmezz (A112). It's not bad, you can really enjoy the show but you'll miss some of the facial expressions. I probably took a picture of the stage from my seat, I will post it later if I find it.
macnyc said: "Or just get there early and make sure you're scanned in first! And afterward, please post how you found the view from the box seats.
Thats exactly what I did last week. I bought a ticket on StubHub and was really afraid that it could be fake/duplicate. To make sure, I was there really early and was the first in line. In the end, everything went fine and I really enjoyed the show :)
Tomorrow I'm leaving the city and today I saw my last two shows and let me tell you, what a way to finish a perfect week.
I started the day with The Phantom of the Opera. I know that most of you don't like it, but watching it for the first time is a incredible experience. The scenarios are so big and James Barbour is a wonderful phantom.
After that, I had only one more show: Hamilton. I don't have words to describe it, it was everything I was hoping for and even
I don't know if anyone is going to read this, but I'll write my impressions of what I've seen so far.
Spring Awakening - What a show! So much heart on this one and a great cast! My only issue was that the drums were really loud and I missed some of the lyrics. This was the only show that I didn't know any of the songs before seeing it. I consider myself lucky for seeing this production.
Fun Home - Another show with a lot of heart, I was heartbroken in
I just returned from my first show and it was incredible!! When I bought the tickets to Les Mis there was no mention to Alfie Boe and Earl Glover not performing tonight, so when I arrived at the theater I was really disappointed. Fortunately, Will Ray was amazingly good and the rest of the cast was everything that I hoped for, especially Brennyn Lark.
I know that for most of you guys that had seen a lot of show this production might not be that good but I was impressed
Next week I'll be going to NYC, it's my first trip and I'm really excited! I'll be arriving on friday morning and I'll be there for a week, so I was wondering if you guys could help me out filling some time slots that I have.
Right now, this is what I already have tickets for: