I saw the current touring production of Miss Saigon in LA this past summer and on Broadway two years ago. Both were remarkable! The current tour is Simple amazing. Beautiful sets... wonderful cast... great spectacle!
A statue...ok. But the little plaque on the front is (really it is) very similar to a bowling trophy. I doubt the Academy Awards or Emmys use a ‘double stick tape engraving plate’ as part of their award, statue, trophy.
Sorry in advance if this has been addressed before, but.... I love the Tony trophy (the coin that spins is the bomb, as is the pillar... ) Its the ‘Things Remembered’ engraving plate thatI just don’t understand. We can do better.
I’ve seen Hamilton 3 times on Broadway (once with the original Cast). I love it, and see or hear something new each time. That said...it’s a Broadway show, meaning sing and dance to live music. If you like that sort of thing, you will enjoy Hamilton. If, however, you need to be convinced, you may not enjoy the show.
Nope... The fact you are asking this question indicates you are not comfortable. That’s all you need to know.
There have been a lot of comments about the ushers...all good souls, but none have signed up to watch your child. In all honesty I’m sure she would be fine, but do you want to answer the news media’s questions about why such a youngster (not even a teenager) was left alone for 3 hours if there was some problem. I wouldn’t!
The easy answer is the cancellation line is not AS crazy as in the past. I’ve seen Hamilton twice, both times using the cancellation line. Most recently (2-14-18) I was walking past and the cop that controls that block herd us talking about the show. He said “tonight’s the night...short line.” Forty Five minutes later, just before the curtain, we were ushered to our seats (Center orchestra, Row F, on the aisle). The cost $219 each.
Stub Hub and Ticketmaster tickets will be available, at roughly the same price as today, up until the week of/ day of the performance. The Richard Rogers theater is actually small (1300-ish seats), so there really isn’t a bad seat...especially in the Orchestra...even on the far sides.
I was very fortunate on a Valentines Day, a sorta holiday like Halloween. We were walking past the theater and I was telling my boyfriend how I previously got tickets in the cancellation
How flexible are box offices with weather issues? Sep 10
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My experience (from about 5-6 years ago) is they are tough but reasonable. I was stuck an hour from NYC because of a big snow. I called the day of the show and they let me change tickets. When the new day arrived...another major storm was predicted so I called the day before and asked about getting tickets for that night (the storm was going to hit the next day). The box office agreed. But... it wasn’t a super popular show, so they had a good supply of tickets.
Alma Givoni said: "I'll be in nyc in september and really want to see Hamilton and wonder what should I do. Does anyone has any august updates on the cancellation line? I can buy a 350$ ticket in advance but obviously don't want to spend that much if possible."
I’ve been very lucky with the cancellation line. I tried 3 times and have been successful twice (row E center orchestra for $219 on Valentines night). Broadway in general slows down in S
I saw the show two weeks ago. All of the stars (Lindsey, Jesse, Renee, Josh etc...) were truly amazing. I could have sat in my seat all night if the individuals would have continued. The dancing was great, but the voices were showstoppers!
The show itself, however, is an odd story. It’s too bad the second act didn’t work as well as the first, but it’s a tough show.
The individual performances were wonderful. It’s not likely this much “Broa
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