My seats for Diana on Saturday night were mezz row D seats 13 & 15. Great view!
Also really hoping that Mrs. Doubtfire pops up soon. I'm assuming it will...
kmissa said: "Flying Over Sunset is up for March 16th-18th."Mar 12-15 shows are now up as well.
I eep seeing The Inheritance Part 1 on TDF. I would really like to see if before it closes. Has anyone recently used TDF to purchases seats? If so, how have the sight lines/seats been located Thanks!
Akitarent said: "I eep seeing The Inheritance Part 1 on TDF. I would really like to see if before it closes. Has anyone recently used TDF to purchases seats? If so, how have the sight lines/seats been locatedThanks!"My seats for part 1 in on 2/28 were center orchestra, row H. Fabulous seats - so glad I saw it. My seats for part 2 on 3/1 were orchestra row D, seats 3-7.
Hangmen tonight: second-row orchestra far right
I was also at Hangmen tonight through TDF; seats were center orchestra Row K. Great view!!
Girl Form The North Country is up for 3/17 & 3/18
The Minutes added dates on TDF. The only date I could go in the next few weeks popped up today and I grabbed a ticket.
This afternoon's The Inheritance, row H dead center
Myshmoopsiepoo said: "I have tdf tickets to Virginia Woolf tonight at the theater where the usher was confirmed to have COVID-19.Now my question is- would you still go/should I still go and thoughts on whether I can get a refund through TDF.I’m thinking of still going but not sure if that’s smart."Only you can decide if you should still go, but TDF will undoubtedly give you a refund if you contact them.
Hi All: Looks like all of Broadway is suspended! I would contact TDF if you have any concerns about your tickets. Maybe they will issue a statement.https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Broadway-Suspends-Operations-In-Response-To-COVID-19-Outbreak-20200312
OverBurntSienna said: "Hi All: Looks like all of Broadway is suspended! I would contact TDF if you have any concerns about your tickets. Maybe they will issue a statement.https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Broadway-Suspends-Operations-In-Response-To-COVID-19-Outbreak-20200312"Actually, please don't everyone start calling TDF (or the other ticket providers). Believe me they already are aware of the situation and are figuring out how to be process refunds and manage tickets. Inundating them with refund requests is not going to get it to you any faster and is just taking resources away from handling the craziness.
My friend who had tickets to The Minutes tonight said they already sent her an email about giving a refund, so I'm assuming they're handling it and wouldn't worry about it until the day before your scheduled show if they haven't reached out to you by then.
A friend of mine also got an e-mail stating that he will be refunded. I have tickets for two shows through them for next week. I suspect it may be a day or so before I see one.
Just got this email, FYI - Hi,We hope you are doing as well as possible during this unprecedented time. Living through this crisis without the solace and joy of live performance makes it even more challenging.To help bring you a small sense of relief, we want to let you know that your TDF membership will be extended to make up for the time that New York City-area theatres are closed.
As our Executive Director Victoria Bailey explained in a message to all members, TDF is one of the not-for-profit organizations hit hard by the current crisis. If you're in a position to make a donation, we would be very grateful.We look forward to serving you when the lights once again shine bright on Broadway and throughout our beloved city.Stay well,Julian ChristenberryDirector of TDF Ticketing Programs
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