senorvoce2 said: "What does a ticket taker have to do with this?"
I am assuming they are bring up ticket takers since two prior posters stated tell the box office and are grouping ticket takers along with box office workers. Again OP, do not say anything to the Box Office employee, the ticket taker, the merchandise employee or the bartender. Just stand in line and get your ticket scanned and go to your seat.
Comps are no different than music promos. On your vinyl, cd, etc it will state for promotional use only Not for resell. People and legit stores have been buying and reselling these promos for years. I have actually given some people on this site free promos that I received. What they did with them and whether or not they sold them is their business.
Lizzy, most comp tickets just say comp on it. However, this past week, I almost bought some Spamalot tickets, from Craigslist, that had the tv station who gave them away in a contest, printed on them. Yes, the box office would know by the seat location who actually received the comps to giveaway. Majority, don't care. They received their free publicity in exchange for the free tickets. I'm most excited that this week I won tickets to Sarah Maclauchlin.&nb
People get comps from many sources. Just this week I won two contests. One from a local newspaper and the other from a radio station. The box office is going to enforce against people selling comps like they enforced against scalping when it was illegal. I really don't see them doing anything against the person who sold the OP the tickets in the first place. OP, do not tell the box office anything. Just go into the show and let them scan your ticket and
I would call Roundabout and let them know of your weather concerns. This way someone (hopefully a supervisor that you will get their name) has documented your call under your order, in the event your flight is late or is cancelled. I wouldn't even mention the ticket insurance. Let them bring it up, which I doubt they will. Why pay extra for something if they are willing to reschedule or refund without it. I had a customer service issue with them years ago and
Finally saw Hamilton for the first time last Saturday night. (Ironically my computer died when I got home from the show and reading about it on Wikipedia). I really enjoyed it more than I thought. I did not go in with high expectations and my 4th row balcony seat was a better view than I thought. Was there times during the show that I didn't know what was going on due to the rap and/or historical events? Yes, but those were minor, and it was easy to follow th
At Annie, King & I, & Matilda stagedoor, the kids signed and seemed happy to do it. I didn't ask since I don't collect playbill signatures, but I didn't see any parents get upset. They seemed to enjoy the experience as much as the kids.
Years ago, I went to a taping of Designing Women. It took them 6 hours to complete the one episode. By midnight, everybody in the studio audience had left, leaving me there with Gerald Mcraney, Hal Holbrook, and two girls who were friends of one of the crew. When the taping was finally over, the studio pages assumed I was friends with someone and they left me to exit the sound stage on my own. I ended up getting locked in Warner Brothers Studio. After all of that
I had tickets to American Son today and on my way to the theater hit a pot hole and blew out my tire. Contacted telecharge and they said something about me being able to call the day of and seeing if seats are available.
Hoping something can be done on a day I call in but am not expecting them to do anything. Right now my concern is getting my car fixed but for now the donut is just sitting on it and the car is still not driving corr
It's great that all of you got to see Harvey. When I saw the show back at the end of October, I got all kind of excited because I thought I saw Harvey come out of the stage door. It was not Harvey, but the Director Moises Kaufman. He was extremely nice. They kind of....favor each other. Maybe? I'll blame it on my contact lenses.
jo said: "*The Disney/Fox transaction is supposed to be completed very early this year and it looks like Disney is already starting to call the shots ( meaning Murdoch is likely not having anything to do with the film studio anymore).
*Interesting that while many think that the Golden Globes are not good indicators of potential Oscar wins, here is a list of Best Picture winners over the years ( with the Globes categorizing the win as either for Drama or Comedy/Musical) whi
What is funny is that in another thread, many posters were insisting that Gaga and Cooper would win Oscars for their performances, as well as director and film. I was one of few who stated that would never happen. I stated maybe a Golden Globe, but no Oscar. Their chances are even slimmer, now for the Oscar, if they can't even win the Golden Globe. If they do, I will be the first to say I am wrong. However, I am pretty confident that I will be listen