Melissa25 said: "I have seen many productions at the Friedman through TDF and I am always in the Mezzanine."To add a few more recent data points, I saw both Ink and Choir Boy through TDF and was in the mezzanine both times. Great first row center seat for Ink (AA of the Premiere Circle) and row F (the last row, I think) for Choir Boy.
I have seen some Friedman performances through TDF and have been in middle orchestra center, I don't think there is much of a system just luck of the draw.
Good to know everyone, thanks! Im sure there isn't a set system but I figured with a sub house this is the closest id get to being able to know where I'm sitting before a show! Also off topic, but I find the Friedman bar to be the best set up of anything theatre I've been to in NYC. Other than the Lyric maybe but that theatre is on a completely different scale.
Come From Away up for next Wednesday.
The thing with TDF you don't know how many tickets they have at a time. The best thing with TDF is if you see something you want you should grab it then and there. They might at some point put more up which wouldn't surprise me.
Sea Wall/A Life up for Sep 3, and Sep 4 (matinee).
Alfie6 said: "I have seen some Friedman performances through TDF and have been in middle orchestra center, I don't think there is much of a system just luck of the draw."Its funny this has come up re TDF and the Friedman because I have consistently been seated middle right orchestra (Choir Boy, St Joan, INK, Little Foxes) in like almost the same exact seat. Yes I have also been up in the mezzanine, too, but I was sure that they set aside certain rows for TDF given how often I've been in the same spotFWIW, for most productions, there really isnt a bad seat. Solid theater.
I was front center Mezz for The Children. For Choir Boy and INK I was mid Orchestra house left both times. Almost the same seat. Also just got a ticket for Slave Play on TDF. Tried about an hour ago and even though they had 5 dates up, none had available tickets. At about 11:15 I decided to try again and got a ticket.
Come From Away up for tomorrow, 9/4, both matinee and the evening performance
Oklahoma is up for Tuesday 9/3 @ 7pm, as well as Wednesday 9/4 matinee and evening performance.
NY Philharmonic - Kelli O'Hara Sings Barber -Friday 9/20 8pm is currently available.
Melissa25 said: "NY Philharmonic - Kelli O'Hara Sings Barber -Friday 9/20 8pm is currently available." Darn, booked a show already for that night. But a friend is in it. Would love to have gone to this concert for her and the Phlip Glass piece. Seeing his opera in November at The Met.
The Lightning Thief is up for dates starting 9/20!
If I recall correctly, I used to be able to filter for matinees only on TDF. I cannot figure out how to do this now. Please advise if you are aware of how to do this. Thanks in advance.
Beetlejuice yesterday 9/11/19 - 2pm Show. Orchestra Row M Seats 9 & 11. Very happy!
Great society - Orchestra NSlave Play - mezz B
LINDA VISTA is up for dates starting 9/19 at 8pm.Also, Derren Brown: Secret - Opening Night tickets are also available, if interested - September 15th, 6pm!
Come From Away is up for 9/18 at 7pm.
My Slave Play TDF seat was Rear Mezz. Row D seat 116. Perfect view, although I don't think there would be a bad view anywhere up there.
Lots of offerings up today! Beetlejuice, Betrayal, Frozen, Great Society, Sea Wall/A Life, to name a few.
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