SomethingPeculiar said: Could they be moving MM up by 6 months for a Spring opening, and is this a further sign that WSS is dead? "Next season" could mean 19-20 or 20-21...
Mmmmmm. I haven't heard anything that WSS is off (but also I haven't heard ANYTHING about it...hmm) but if it's still on, Rudin's definitely not going to pit his two revivals against each other because why win one Tony when you can win two?
JBroadway said: "Trying not to spoil anything, but there is a particular thing that happens at the end of Fairview that would be very difficult to pull off effectively in a Broadway-sized house. And I don’t just mean the usual “losing intimacy” issue that people bring up with every off-Broadway transfer.
I’d be thrilled for them if they’ve somehow make it work, but I would definitely recommend catching it at TFANA! "
I rushed the show in early October and our seats were the last two on house right, about the fifth or sixth row, and we had a great view of about 95% of the stage, the only thing we missed was the higher edge of the staircase in the house set, all the way stage left.
I didn't realize until we were leaving the theater at the end that the staircase was probably 20 feet tall, but otherwise a great view.
I can't speak to their accommodating people on the waitlist line, but I remember staffers moving people who were in the last row in what looked like obstructed-view seats into empty seats that were in better locations, so maybe they prioritize moving people who already have tickets into the good (open) seats and just cut their losses and leave the unsavory seats open.
veronicamae said: "As someone who sits next to art directors as they develop the art for these shows...I wish I had an answer. LOL
I've been interested in the fact that American Son's neon lighting style is the same as Angels in America."
Gonna take a wild guess here and say that the lights in American Son’s logo are supposed to be the red and blue lights on top of a cop car.
Shubert Theater Raised Seating Orchestra Jul 4
2018, 04:40:42 PM
The Orchestra of the Shubert slopes gently upward (closest to the stage is the lowest, back of the theater is just a little bit higher), unlike the Rodgers, where the seating is Stadium-style (with each row basically its own step on a stair case)
Orchestra (that close) for Mockingbird should be great seats!
I'm going next Saturday, can't wait! I don't know much about it, I'm excited to learn.
Show Closing/Ticket Refund Question Feb 18
2018, 09:18:38 PM
If you buy directly from Telecharge or Ticketmaster, they will automatically refund all tickets sold for performances after the closing.
If you buy from a third party (eBay, stubhub, personal transaction with a friend, etc), only the original buyer would get refunded and you’d have to go through the rigamaroll of getting a refund from the source you bought from.
If you’re concerned about this, absolutely buy directly from Telecharge or Ticketmaster and they will have you cove