Rushed for my wife and niece this past Wed for the 8pm show got there at 11:30am nobody in line got left Orchestra Row C seats 9 and 11Rushed for myself last Wed for the matinee for a single got there at 12:45pm gotCenter Orchestra row T seat 115 GREAT SHOW!!!!!
It's interesting how some days there's no one in line and days where there's 20+. Hopefully I come on a lucky day.
klinnerz said: "It's interesting how some days there's no one in line and days where there's 20+. Hopefully I come on a lucky day."I rushed this morning and got there at 7am. When we arrived there were 4 people ahead of us. Someone else arrived around 7:30am. By 8:30am all of a sudden more people started arriving. By the time the box office opened, there were like 30 people in line. Some people left the line because they felt they wouldn’t get tickets. I got Orch O seats 1 & 3 center aisle seat.
Was Kerry Butler in contention to get one of the five nomination slots for her portrayal of Barbara (the Geena Davis role)? Could someone please refresh my memory?
Bump! Anyone rush as of late and have a suggested time to arrive? Hoping to go on a week day.
Little late, but got to the box office on 6/15 around 11:30 and was able to snag 2 tickets for the matinee! Don't remember the exact seats but they were a full (but side) view. It was a great show!
looking to rush this week as well! seems like 7:30am is safe?
can one person get 2 tickets?
IAMREADING said: "can one person get 2 tickets?"According to Playbill, it's a two ticket limit so you should be finehttp://www.playbill.com/article/broadway-rush-lottery-and-standing-room-only-policies-com-116003
Rushed Thursday after going to the live GMA Adam Lambert show. Got to the box office at about 9:40am. Over 20 people ahead of me. No issues getting rush. I think they're basically selling rush to everyone who asks for it to fill the show! Side orchestra seats.
Just got back from my first rush, Wednesday matinee. Got there a little after 8, my friend and I were the 8th and 9th person in line. By 8:15, around 8 more people had shown up. By 9, it was around the block (it was hard to count as Stardust was blocking the line). My friend and I got H 14 and 16, seemingly middle of Orch right. I'll update after the show if those seats are obstructed or not, I don't think they are, but I'm not sure.Edit: I wouldn't call these seats obstructed, but they do feel like rush. Like most of the action is fine as it's center stage (the far right of the house does cut off some actors, mostly a BJ clone or two), but the biggest problem was it was really easy to see behind the stage/many effects. The angle left a lot of the spectacle too easy to figure out, which was still fun to think about and worth the money, but also slightly disappointing for such an effect heavy show.
Australia2Broadway said: "I rushed today. Got there about 11.00 after walking up from Be More Chill rush. They still had tickets for both the matinee and evening. I got Row N in the orchestra on the left (but supposed to be full view) will report back. Also show was not sold out so hopefully I will be able to move closer to the centre at intermission."so will you ever report back?
Currently it’s 8:30AM on a Tuesday and I’m sixth in line:) Rush is at 10! Also it was rainy last night and it’s unusually chilly this morning (68° in mid July). It’s been drizzling/sprinkling on and off all morning. I say all of that to allow you to make inferences on how weather may affect the line for tickets, lol. Best of luck to everyone! I’ll update once I find out if I got a ticket or not! Update#1: Seventh person arrived at about 8:45, and eighth at about 8:50. After that, I lost track lol Update #2: 9:10 AM, I’m now number eight in line bc a couple of line hoppers joined their friend ahead of me lol UGH Update #3: Orchestra row M!
I rushed this past Saturday for the matinee. I got there at around 7:15am and I was the third person there. The group in front of me got there minutes beforehand and were rushing for the evening performance. By the time it was 10am the long reached the end of the block. My tickets were full view (a bit off to the right side) and in the ninth row orchestra. It was truly an incredible show. Entire cast was so incredible and now the score is one of my favorites!!! GL everyone.
That theater has two sides...a front and back. The back is the stage door and can be confusing. I hope you weren’t waiting in the wrong spot.
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