Although undoubtedly laced with some 'best guesses', there is a page on nytix.com that cuts the landlord real estate data in a different way, making it easier to see mismatches and giving a different insight into the types of Broadway bookings ahead.
We initially (and erroneously) posted the Lyceum theatre on nytix as the venue for MM, after we got a bad tip - was a surprise to us though as the theatre is so small - but we got wind that tickets would be 2X normal price to make up the difference in wraps and the show would be cut down to accommodate the smaller theatre footprint. Obviously now that tickets have been selling for a while, that is not the case. Anyways, time marches on, the actual theatre is probably the Winter Gard
"NYTix.com, do you realize that the BWW discussion board comprises at least part of your readership? We aren't your editorial staff, and you seriously need to consider investing in one, rather than continuing to solicit assistance on here."
In a generation that uses emoji's its hard to find many people who still care about punctuation and grammar. My request was not for copy-edit, but for general feedback, like "you got th
Thank you for your valuable responses. I have added your valid points and cleaned up some of my poor writing. Its such a complicated (and sometimes liquid) set of rules around these tickets, that I found it hard to properly document the facts. My understanding is that SRO are offered as alternatives for house seats to industry, but unsold SRO are offered to cancellation line.
It took a while to write, research and fact-check, but we have finally finished the Hamilton discount tickets story. It has already completed fact-check from Hamilton PR. We are looking for opinion/comment from the ever-helpful BWW board. Thanks in advance for the positive feedback.
Key Brand Entertainment acquires BroadwayBox.com Jul 11
2013, 04:55:36 PM
When anyone says "nothing changes" that usually means "everything changes". nytix.com is still supplying the full list of aggregate discounts, most at no charge. See the link below.
re: Does anyone remember when TKTS was a great deal?! Oct 2
2009, 02:39:20 AM
Clearly TKTS is strictly for out-of-towners as locals know you can usually get the same or better deals online and in advance or thru TDF membership. Also you can choose your seat and avoid the fee-per-ticket - sure, a few locals still go there, but they are def in the minority.
I know this sounds a bit crazy, but why not convert the TKTS stand to full price tickets only? Sure it sells a lot of half-price tickets - but mostly to visitors who would have paid close-to-full price anyway
re: Prince & Stroman to co-direct PARADISE FOUND Sep 23
2009, 01:24:57 AM
Hal Prince and Susan Stroman CO-directing? It's pretty rare to see two seasoned pros (especially considering one is a theater legend) share directing duties on a show, but that combination is definitely intriguing.
re: Review: 'American Idiot' 9.17 & 9.20 Sep 23
2009, 01:02:38 AM
Thanks for your detailed review - I've been very curious about this show and I hope we get a chance to see it in New York. Do you think it will appeal to people who are not Green Day fans? So far I'm hearing that fans of the band love it, but I wonder if the thinness of the story will be a bigger problem for people who aren't already familiar with the songs.
re: 39 Steps to Close in January Sep 21
2009, 05:02:58 PM
It's always unfortunate to see a show close, but it did have a good run and much longer than I think most people expected. For those of you who haven't seen it yet, you should definitely try to catch it. It has some of the most creative staging you'll see on Broadway, and tickets are available for cheap.