SEA WALL/A LIFE to Broadway Aug 29
2019, 12:23:50 AM
On Monday I went to the box office at 5pm and got a rush ticket orchestra row N center. Perfect seat! I don’t know how well it’s selling but if you can manage I would give rush a try.
Thanks for the info everyone. Telecharge shows like 100 tickets still available for Wednesday night so i'm going to swoop by the box office then to see what their plan is. Will report back. Excited to finally see it!
Hey all! Has anyone heard about rush/lotto? If not I will check in with box office on Wednesday morning and report back. Wanted to see the show Wednesday night and was hoping to not pay $100+
Cymbeline student rush? Nov 30
2011, 03:44:29 PM
Has anyone tried it lately? I'm thinking about rushing it tomorrow night. The Barrow Street Theater website says the go on sale at 1 PM on the day of the performance. Do i have to get there that early or will I be ok getting there around 5ish?
Sleep No More is AMAZING Aug 21
2011, 12:39:50 AM
The 7:00, 7:15... ticket times are in place to make it seem more like a hotel. You get "reservation times" for the McKittrick Hotel. I learned early on in the run that the times don't reflect what time you can enter the show.
"a LOOSE interpretation of Macbeth! thats hilarious. What does that even mean?"
Can you REALLY not figure out what that means? It's loosely based on Macbeth. They took basic plot points, characters, etc. and changed them around to shape their own story. T
Sleep No More is AMAZING Aug 19
2011, 08:02:17 PM
@massofmen: Sleep No More is not Macbeth. It is a loose interpretation of Macbeth. That is why most reviews and articles talking about it say "...Sleep No More, inspired by Shakespeare's Macbeth..." Inspired. It's not scene for scene the entire play. Most people I talk to who've seen the show understand it, even if they don't know much about Macbeth. It's quite easy to piece it together, provided you take the initiative to see enough. The "little girl in the cape" is from the Rebecca storyline,
Sleep No More is AMAZING Jul 31
2011, 11:05:38 AM
Did you follow Lady Macduff after one of the banquet scenes? That scene that you're referring to happens right after the banquet scene ends.
1) Sleep No More 2) Jerusalem 3) The Normal Heart 4) Not Spider-Man 5) Sleep No More (again)
Not sure when you will be in the city, but if you want to see Sleep No More, I would recommend getting tickets ASAP. I very very highly recommend it. It's different from everything else you'll see here or anywhere. If money isn't an issue than you'll be able to see a Broadway show like The Normal Heart and then Sleep No More has late night shows that start at 1
Sleep No More is AMAZING Jun 20
2011, 11:47:21 AM
Thanks for posting. Only 2 of those tracks are actually used in the show, though.
Book of Mormon SRO Jun 17
2011, 12:01:23 AM
Why not just have the SRO spots as a second half of the lottery?
People's Careers on here? Jun 16
2011, 11:56:50 PM
Working on my A.F.A. in graphic design and will work on getting a bachelors in theater after I wrap that up. I currently work at a dog daycare and at Sleep No More.
Catch Me Rush Jun 4
2011, 11:56:57 PM
This Wednesday I got to the box office 10 minutes before the matinee and got a seat in the center mezz row P. Good view.
Punchdrunk presents Musicals? May 26
2011, 12:01:01 PM
Company would be fun to explore. I'd love to see what Maxine Doyle would do for the choreography on that.
With a small audience, Next to Normal in an actual house. With certain rooms set aside for Natalie's school and Diana's psychotherapy/hospital.