Trip later in March, excited to be seeing: Network White Noise King Lear To Kill a Mockingbird Fleabag Be More Chill Hadestown Burn This (Saw Ain’t Too Proud in Berkeley) Have one more spot, thinking about The Ferryman or Gary, but other postings on this subject are good food for thought.
I was also at the show on Saturday night. I am a Motown/Temptations music fan.
Thoroughly enjoyed it. I thought the set, music and dancing were top notch. Ephraim Sykes was a standout for me as David Ruffin. He had the frontman charisma, voice, style, and the little bit of craziness that the character required. Jeremy Pope as Eddie Kendricks was very good, but embellished more than on the original songs, not sure if that was a style choice or a way to avoid singing/getting smoothly to
I haven't read through everything on the initial sale, so please excuse if this has already been covered. I recall in the entry for the Onsale, I was asked the number of tickets I wanted (I entered 2) and whether I wanted to see Parts 1 & 2 on the same day/consecutive nights (I entered yes). If I go in Wednesday and try to vary from this, e.g.,, try to buy 6, will it bounce me down to 2?
Access code is going to be valid for 2-1/2 hours. Does this
Going on Sunday too, in the room where it happens. Was poking around today, trying to figure out whether Springsteen on Broadway is a dead deal for me, and I went to check the Pantages Hamilton tickets – and saw Sunday matinee center orchestra, row G for $225 from the theater – what? Had to snag them. Good tip on the boards on this! Saw the OBC twice last year, and didn’t think I was going to go back, but have heard great things about Michael Luwoye and Joshua Henry. Also lo
I saw F*ing A twice last week (no apostrophe used by or at the theater, which was part of the experience of seeing this play. You have to say out loud in public the full word – “picking up tickets for F*ing A,” etc.) The first time, the first act dragged for me. Then the second act drew me in and I was totally in. I had to go again to see the first act ($30, all seats!!) knowing what would come later. This is a quirky, inventive, moving play (with limited singing/music) not
Wow, who is going to be left on January 8th? I am planning to be there. As long as Cynthia is there, I’m good. However, I am disappointed that Isaiah Johnson won't be there. I saw TCP twice with him and once without him, and seeing it without him made me appreciate how much his performance contributed to the show. He brings the intensity and heart needed for Mister. For me, he is one to follow. The original TCP cast (plus Heather) – lot of talent.
Thank you! I went ahead and bought tickets for Jan 8th.My wish has been to see Cynthia once more in TCP. Traveling quite a distance and early January is much more doable and cheaper than December holidays.
Well, I am a major fan of The Color Purple. Looks like the theater has been consistently close to or over 90% the past couple of months, except last week, with significantly lower % of potential gross which I take it means a good number of discounted tickets.
One thing I have been puzzled by, as I think TCP would benefit from a push on the theatergoer sites. When I go to broadway.com, there are a number of shows which have show-specific squares on the main page. This is the
I was at the Sunday matinee. For me, I sensed a heightened excitement, compared to the one time I saw the show with Cynthia before. Some differences from my experience at the previous show: The audience applauded when Cynthia came onstage. (This also happened on Sunday with other performer entrances.) There was a more extended standing ovation at the end of the show. Cynthia’s performance was different at certain moments throughout the show. One such moment was at the b
Phan24 thanks for posting the info about Cynthia being back on June 19th. I see this now in her Twitter too. I am in nyc for the weekend which included TCP tickets for tonight, I bought them before I knew about Cynthia's time away. I saw TCP in May with Cynthia and Heather Headley. Cynthia gave a performance I will never forget I am going to try to get tickets for Sunday. Telecharge is down right now. Went ahead with seeing the show tonight and it was fantastic.&n
Have tickets for Orchestra K109 this week. It sounds like the Orchestra area through row K is relatively flat (vs L and above which incline up). Is that right? I'm a Short. I am going to bring a big book, Chernow's biography likely. It's thick and I'll sit on it if a Tall is in front of me. I can't tell from the photos - are the seats offset, so that you are looking between heads of the people sitting in front of you, not directly at a head? Is K c