That is so irritating about Hedley being out on the 15th. She is the reason I bought tickets for that day. Does anyone want to buy my two Color Purple tickets for May 15 at 3:00? $98.00 for both.
Where have the seats been for The King and I?
I got tickets for Fun Home last night and loved my seat. Was in the center, a few rows back and on the aisle, which was amazing.
My seat for The King and I last night was row K seat 113 all the way to the left. Not a great view being off to the side for this show. I moved up to the loge at intermission. There were tons of empty orchestra seats I was scouting out during act 1, but by the time I used the restroom and came back in, people had already taken those seats.
And for the first time in a while, Bright Star is no longer offered. The wonders of a Tony nom!
American Psycho is up for the entire upcoming week.
AP days may be numbered unfortunately. On a happier note, Distasters final performance popped up and I grabbed it. On another site was an Actors Benefit for Blackbird for Monday night. I got that as well.
Has anyone gotten Eclipsed?
I wanna say I was M12 for Eclipsed. It seemed like all the TDF tickets were side orchestra when I attended. I was worried being all the way over, but it ended up being a fine view. Didnt miss a thing.
I was shocked to see that I had first row orchestra tickets to Eclipsed through TDF and second row for Disaster. Happily surprised.
I bought a ticket to see The Crucible from the Times Sq TKTS booth a couple weeks back. Asked at the window where the seat would be, lady told me 7th row, I told her I'd take it, signed for it, went to the theatre.Lo and behold, the ticket was for 10th row. I clearly, clearly heard her say 7th row. (Unusually, she quoted the number, rather than the letter of the row to me). The only thing I can think, since I saw Gentleman's Guide at the same theatre, is that maybe she assumed in good faith that those first few rows would be torn out for The Crucible as they had been at Gentleman's Guide.Obviously, the burden here was on me to double-check my ticket before leaving, so I didn't see any point to complaining after the show, but I just wanted to give other theatregoers a heads-up....TKTS staff may not be accurately telling you where your seat will be.
TKTS and TDF are not one in the same. It's a different service.
I thought because TDF operates the TKTS discount booths, issues with TKTS would fall under the umbrella of this thread, also. Sorry!
For those interested, Fun Home is up for 10 dates
FYI, got American Pyscho tickets over the weekend. Orchestra, stage left. They were absolutely fantastic (can't say the same about the show, but that's neither here nor there).
Where have seats for Blackbird been recently?
Quick update saw the following (2 tickets). Blackbird on May 7. Orchestra F 15 and 17. They were all the way on the left aisle but great view. There was only may 30 seconds where I couldn't see Williams, but beyond that it was always full view.American Psycho on May 9. Mezzanine C 14 and 16. Middle of right mezzanine, great view. You can see everything.
I've noticed something rotten has been on TDF quite a few time. I've been dying to see it and since my schedule is lightening I'm thinking about going if the tickets are up. Has anyone bought something rotten tickets? How and where were the seats?
Caitiecait92 said: "I've noticed something rotten has been on TDF quite a few time. I've been dying to see it and since my schedule is lightening I'm thinking about going if the tickets are up. Has anyone bought something rotten tickets? How and where were the seats? "I used TDF for Rotten once. I was seated in the rear mezzanine - seats M5 & M7. I hate rear mezz - especially at that theater because it is HUGE. If you don't mind being far from the stage, it is a great view. But, that was only one experience. Not sure where others have been seated. :)
Seats for Blackbird were located in Center Orch M yesterday. Great view! Where have seats for Bright Star been lately?
If anyone is interested, my ticket for Fiddler today was orchestra center, row N. It was pretty great!
Has Hadestown been on here? I feel like it was but maybe I'm thinking of another show.
I've been interesting in becoming a member of TDF. I just had a question. I would assume most of you would recommend me to, but I was wondering what some of the prices are like for these shows with the membership? Thanks.
Broadway musicals are usually $47 with a $2 fee. Broadway plays are $41 with the same fee. Off Broadway musicals are usually around $32 with a $2 fee, and Off Broadway plays could be $30.50 or less. Off Off shows are $9 with no fee.
American Psycho last Sunday was Orch Center Row M...perfect.
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