It's very similar to the tour, even including the appeal to vote and the Janelle Monae cover toward the end. He did add a few songs though which I was thrilled to hear (in the spoiler tab below in case you want to be surprised!). The stage is smaller from the tour stop I saw (Kings Theater in Brooklyn) so the choreo seemed tighter (both in crispness and spatially). Phenomenal performance which I hope to revisit a few times during this run!
LINDA VISTA Previews Sep 25
2019, 05:02:03 PM
BTW, if you do want to see it, there's some kind of glitch or unannounced promo on the Second Stage website where every seat is free for the whole run if you use your AmEx – just have to pay for convenience fee. Perhaps Ken Davenport is consulting for them."
Certainly very interested in this! When/how does this prompt? I've gotten as far as adding my billing address (but no CC info) but have yet to click 'buy now'. After cli
Got standby today, then at 3pm on the nose the winner notice came. Seat was Orch E 17. Could not see any of the LED screen upstage center but still great value!
MIKE BIRBIGLIA'S THE NEW ONE Previews Dec 8
2018, 12:33:11 PM
I rushed this on Tuesday at about 4:30pm and the BO gave me a choice of center orch M or left orch C, went with the latter and appreciated being that close as he makes a lot of eye contact with the first few rows. Worth the $49 in my opinion.
You are correct. That booth opens at noon for evening shows and the booths downtown and in Brooklyn open at 11am for evening shows. While they MAY release better seats closer to the performance, I always err on the side of having tickets in hand earlier, as you are considering. Also, you will spend far less time waiting in line at the other booths than you will in Times Square, so more time to enjoy the city.