I rushed on Saturday for the evening performance. I arrived ~5:40am, admittedly a tad early. #2 in line showed up around 6:40am or so. Someone who was chatting with us said there were 55 people in line by the time the box office opened. I got row E seats 16 and 18 (or whatever two are on the aisle). I feel like I didn't miss anything major in terms of the action, but it was hard to hear at times (IDK if there were no mics or if I just wasn't near a PA/spe
Hadestown Rush/SRO Updates Jul 6
2019, 05:53:37 AM
It’s been an odd weekend. Three shows are closing, and it’s a long holiday weekend, so folks left the city. That being said, people are also visiting the city.
I rushed ferryman yesterday. They had about 30 rush tix available. The line was about 25-30 deep. First five ppl in line by maybe 7:45-8am
I peeked at Hadestown as I was walking by (I saw it Wednesday night so no desire to rush anytime soon). At 720am Friday, line was probably about 15 deep, which mirrors what is posted
FWIW, on Saturday 11/3/18, I walked by and got in the cancellation line at 7:52PM for a 8PM curtain and scored two centered standing room tickets. I walk by this theater alot in the morning and honestly can't make out any type of line even at 8AM. Maybe I'm just not looking hard enough, but I shouldn't expect this to be a hard thing to wait in line for anymore. On a holiday weekend, however, all bets are off. Plus the after effects of pride weekend, maybe m
Hi, do I have one show lined up each month. I can certainly skew my budget to also add this show. Will it be something I regret not seeing? I know it's a vague question and I read through this thread, but just hoping for any insight.
I guess, would a concert or a nice meal be better than getting a ticket? Thanks