"I assume that discount code for the $49 seats during Previews is no longer accessible?"Code: SONGBIRD The mailer says $49 tickets available for all performances. (through May 12)March 22-April 16 ..... $99 orch/mezz. April 18-May12 Weekdays $99 orchestra/mezz - Weekends $119 orchestra/mezz.
CoffeeBreak said: ""Code: SONGBIRD The mailer says $49 tickets available for all performances. (through May 12)"I don't think it works. I inserted it for Sunday, May 5 and I got nothing
disneybroadwayfan22 said: "CoffeeBreak said: ""Code: SONGBIRD The mailer says $49 tickets available for all performances. (through May 12)"I don't think it works. I inserted it for Sunday, May 5 and I got nothing"The $49 tickets they're referring to are the balcony seats, and they don't require an offer code.
dramamama611 said: "Can you tell us ANYTHING about the show besides "electric"?" Yeah. Let’s get some details. How did the show go?
^this is Michael Chorney, for reference
jawjuhh said: "What would you like to know? It was a pretty incredible production, and the audience was basically applauding non stop, from beginning to end. Lots and lots of changes since I saw it at NYTW and i think they really managed to deepen the show. Patrick Page, André de Shields and Amber Grey had the audience eating out of their hand, Eva was incredible strong and Reeve was satisfactory. Was really interesting to see how the characters have transformed, it was like a completely different Orpheus and Hermes, and a much vampier Persephone. Staging amazing, many gasp worthy moments. Fates were much more threatening , and their costumes were fabulous.There was one scene in the underground I found a bit cringey, when Hades discovers Orpheus in the underworld. The choreography didn't quite work for me there."Do they all still spin/walk round and round in circles for the entire 2nd act?
Did you or anyone see the show at the National? Any major changes there?
disneybroadwayfan22 said: "Whizzer, we need your input "Whizzer where are you???
Wow. Wow wow wow wow.I may be biased as I have been following the growth and development of this show since the very first concept album, but what I saw tonight was honestly one of the most impressive, innovative pieces of theatre I have ever witnessed.Everything works in sync to keep your mouth agape from the very first moment. The lights, the costumes, the set (holy #%*! the things they do with that set!) are all SUPERB.Things have been tightened up since London; Orpheus, in my opinion, is more fleshed out and sympathetic than he ever has been before. He feels more like a leading man. Contrary to what people have been expecting, Reeve gave a fantastic performance, in my opinion. Eva and Patrick were also stellar.Amber Gray truly steals the show, though. Every movement she makes is the work of a master. I'm not sure how exactly to describe a performance of her caliber, except to say that it must be seen.Andre was, to me, the weakest link. His performance felt a bit wooden, a bit too rehearsed; which I fully believe is the case since about five minutes in he forgot his lines and a stagehand had to yell them to him from the wings. Yikes.Not much has been changed music or story-wise that does not serve to benefit the show; my only complaint is that they cut nearly half the lyrics in Epic III, and I don't understand why. It's still an incredibly moving number, but they removed some of the heart.I'm not sure how else to put it other than GO GET YOUR TICKETS NOW.(Also, Patrick did reveal at the stage door that they will be recording an OBCR!)
jawjuhh said: "They do walk on the turntables quite a bit in the second act but I wouldn't say 'entire'. I felt like it was an appropriate usage"Any stage elevators installed and employed? Thanks.
Sho-Tunes-R-Us said: "jawjuhh said: "They do walk on the turntables quite a bit in the second act but I wouldn't say 'entire'. I felt like it was an appropriate usage"Any stage elevators installed and employed? Thanks."Yes. It's very much the same setup as London in terms of the turntables and stage elevator.
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