Miles2Go2 said: " I got signatures from Nick Wyman, Goldwyn, and Cranston. First two came out relatively quickly. Others (Frank Wood, Ron Canada) came out, maybe waved then headed out. Waited about an hour for Cranston. We were told the rules: he has a sharpie so no holding a writing implement, he’d only sign Network items, no touching him, his assistant would use your phone to take the pictures of you with him. What you have heard is true. He was very nice. He stayed unti
The big storm is supposed to hit Wednesday into Thursday morning. The forecast for Thursday evening is light rain and some wind. You might be delayed a bit but they're not going to cancel your flight over light rain. You've got a 13 1/2 hour cushion at the other end. You'll be fine.
Very happy for them and well deserved. Having seen the show a second time a few weeks ago, the music just sets the stage and the mood so perfectly for the entire show. It's really quite an achievement.
haterobics said: "UncleCharlie said: "It's really funny how people are trying to come up with specific reasons. Well it's the Super Bowl effect, the Polar Vortex, cancelled flights in the Midwest, people getting ready for Groundhog Day, Maybe it's just January. Happens every year."
Nearly everything on your list is specific to this time of year, no?"
Cancelled flights and really cold weather can happen anytime between Late No
And the answer is "What you get when you cross Dear Evan Hansen with Ricardo Montalban's helper on Fantasy Island."
What is "Dear Evan Hansen Tattoo."
Correct. Select again.
Network Rush? Jan 24
2019, 06:35:40 PM
Tried to get standing room at 5 for tonight. Not sold out so no SRO. He did offer me a partial view 3rd row, last seat right mezz for $40 which I took. I'm prepared for a REAL partial view but for $40, what the heck.
Rush tickets Jan 24
2019, 05:55:24 PM
Depends on that show's policy. Some specifically hold back a block of tickets for rush. Others will only sell rush if they have unsold seats. Your best bet is to read the rush thread for the specific show you're interested in which might have more info on what that show's practice has been.
The Carol Channing Theater Jan 21
2019, 07:38:17 PM
It just feels like if there is to be a Carol Channing Theater, it should be in Palm Springs and instead of doors, to enter, you walk through a huge pair of eyeglasses where the lenses slid open to let you in.
kmac789 said: "I rushed today, Sunday 1/20. I got to the box office at 10:10am (I thought the box office opened at noon on sundays but i was mistaken). Still, I overheard they still had a few single rush tickets for the matinee performance along with SRO. I was lucky enough to get 2 SRO tickets for the evening performance. They had two more Rush seats left for the evening but they weren't together and were located in separate box seats opposite sides of the theater. $39 each.&quo
Fosse76 said: "UncleCharlie said: ""the person in charge of the sound protested the smell, no problem with this". Yeah, because the sound people (Aren't theygenerally at the rear of the theater) thought the smell would affectthe sound. Another person who just happened to jointhe board today to tell us about ahorrendous act. Sorry, no sale."
You have very clearly never worked in a professional theater, because it is not out of the ream of pr
"the person in charge of the sound protested the smell, no problem with this". Yeah, because the sound people (Aren't they generally at the rear of the theater) thought the smell would affect the sound. Another person who just happened to join the board today to tell us about a horrendous act. Sorry, no sale.
MR11 said: "I started this thread in good faith asking for assistance in how we as a community should handle a situation like this? Instead the internet reared it's ugly head."
And you got your answer as to how we as a community should handle a situation like this. It's not a big deal. Let it go. But that wasn't the answer you wanted cause you're on some sort of campaign so now you're 8 different kinds of outraged and railing ag