CT2NYC said: "annang said: "Does anyone know why Row F for this show is non-premium, while both rows E and G are premium? Just want to make sure I'm not cheating myself of a good view to save a few bucks. Thanks!"If this rendering is accurate, the only possible issue I could see with row F would be the railing behind row E, although I highly doubt it would make it $30 worse than E and G. Other than that, which might not be a problem at all, I can't see anything wrong with those seats. That's what I ended up buying."Interesting. I thought I booked Row F for this and I just checked and it was actually Row G. Looks like good legroom regardless.
Looks like Grace McLean is going to be out the entire first week of performances. Anyone know why?
For those under 30 - are also $30 under 30 tickets available if you call. I got seats in Orch Row B for a Sunday later in February.
For those interested, the running time on this is 90 minutes with no intermission. I am going mid February and I am very excited.
I just got an email saying my seats have been upgraded. Apparently part of the front row is partial view now that the set is up, and the email said their commitment to $30 front row is a full view. No word on where the new seats are, but they stated that will come shortly. They also said some tickets will require a date switch.
Not a lot of seats left, but I do hope they can accommodate everyone. I knew there was a reason the front row was discounted, I managed to get third row center. Hope it works out!
I believe that the invited dress was tonight.Was anybody there? Is it worth seeing?Also, is there any chance it will extend for the final week?
My $30 front row seat was relocated to the mezzanine, as were all of my friend's.
"Due to the heavy demand for tickets, MCC Theater has announced a three week extension for the show and tickets are now on sale through Sunday, March 31st."
I called earlier today, and, apparently, row B is full view. From what I gathered, row A is going to be sold as partial view rush, but she was being a little vague, so I'm not sure if that's accurate. The stage is high, though, so I get why row A is less than desirable:
Wow, that stage is incredibly high.
I read that rush will be seats in the front row at $25. It does not specify if it's the entire row or just some seats.I spoke with an agent today to move my 3/10 ticket to 3/31 and she said they are still working through the backlog of seat relocations and that they are about mid Feb. She also mentioned that there are only 4 of them. I wished her good luck!
The $35 seats during the extension seem to be in Row B.
My front row seats for 3/2 were changed to row C.
herewegoabc said: "I still haven't heard about mine for 2/23. I hope I hear soon, since I live out of state and am just flying in for one day to see the show. "Got mine today for the 2/23 matinee, row H just about dead center. It's a premium seat, but since I'm sitting in row F for my first visit, I'll probably end up selling it.
WldKingdomHM said: "The lady at the box office just said they raised the stage three inches. Front row is def PV rush. Anything after that should be fine. Good luck to all"3 inches, my arse. This is a pic from the official opening:
UGH. I purchased two tix under their 30 under 30 (35?) program thinking it was the same as what MTC does (one ID, two tix) I've come to realize that it isn't the same, and we both need an id - and I am CERTAINLY not under that age! Anyone have any experience with the box office just "up grading" my ticket? I don't mind paying full price, I never intended to misrepresent myself - just confused.
Why not call and ask? I imagine they'd be happy to take your money before the date of the show.
Yes, that was my intention, but unfortunately each time I thought about it, their box office wasn't open! However, just succeeded in getting in sync! The woman was lovely, and told me to just to have my son, who IS the right age, to grab the tix and there shouldn't be a problem. And then she thanked me for my honesty. But being a worrier, I still fear there being problems. Keep your fingers crossed!
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