I was able to get ORCHR Row L Seat 30-30 in April for $407.50. This will be my first Broadway show and trip to New York and I couldn't be more excited!
Thurs. and Friday Nov. 29th and 30th Balcony G Seat 23!Tickets were $20 for each part and then with the fees came out to be $62.00 flat!I'll be moving to NYC come August so this is kind of a pre-birthday/moving present :)
adamgreer said: "I'm one of the people who got rear orchestra for $40. My seat is X35, which I have to assume is the last seat in the row. I'm also assuming for that price that it has to be partial view (although it didn't say anything about that during the purchase process)."If it's similar to the London production at the Palace theatre, I'd say that would be slightly partial view (but still a great price for that seat!) As you know with anything Harry Potter there will be magic/flying involved and you may not see parts of that due to the ceiling from mezz/dress circle above you blocking that view.
Earlier today I got Sunday Oct 21, both parts, OrchLeft row E 25,27 for $199 each part/ticket. Pretty happy with that, though still have a slight tummy-ache from the overall price w/fees, etc. haha
I also got dress circle row M for $40 each part on 6/20. The dress circle has been built forward, correct? If so, I'm assuming the old row H has become the new row M. In any event, I'm thrilled!
Notreallysilent 2 said: "I got row h balcony seat 19 and 21 on October 21 for $20 per partI was nervous to release these seats in case I wasn’t able to find more, but I realize this is the last row in the balcony. Has anyone sat in the rear balcony for any previous shows at he lyric? I can’t imsgine the view is any different with the renovation "I sat there for Spider-Man 1.0 it's high and far away from the stage because this theatre is large. For that price though you really can't go wrong though.
Notreallysilent 2 said: "I got row h balcony seat 19 and 21 on October 21 for $20 per partI was nervous to release these seats in case I wasn’t able to find more, but I realize this is the last row in the balcony. Has anyone sat in the rear balcony for any previous shows at he lyric? I can’t imsgine the view is any different with the renovation"Not sure if you've seen this, but here's the view from H 27, before the renovation. I'm assuming it should be pretty much the same.
Can't wait until March 16, when most of our seating questions will be answered by the hundreds of pics on Instagram!
At 11:00 I was able to log on and got May 26, Saturday. Not happy with the seats Orch J 26-32 for $199 each. I can't imagine those are not the last 4 seats. I couldn't figure out who to search for new ones and given the overall issues, I took them. Since there is longer a 100's section in the orchestra and it previously went up to 30, adding the center could mean the sides go up to 38 or so. We'll know soon enough.
supersam1026 said: "Ended up getting $40 row F balcony on March 10, 2019. Since that's the last day on sale and will be right about a year since it starts, maybe the last day of the original cast?!?"On Noma Dumezweni's Instagram, she posted a photo with Poppy Miller saying, "i get to b with this beautiful Soul Sister for the next year..." so hopefully they'll still be there!
Oh, I think the original cast will still be there on March 10, I'm just thinking that it could be their last day! It would be almost a year since their first preview, which is typically the time original cast members start to leave. We shall see.... only 13 months away!!
When I saw the show recently there seemed to be a lot of fans wearing Harry Potter merchandise (especially the 'iconic' Harry Potter scarves) but not what I'd describe as cosplay. The audience was also very well behaved - but the show has now been running for a long time. I'd be curious to know what the hysteria of initial audiences are like.
I got Row X in the Orch in February of 2019 (yikes) for $40 per part, $102 after fees
greenifyme2 said: "Does anyone know when opening night is?"Sunday, April 22!
Broadway Joe said: "Do we know what row of the dress circle overhangs on the orchestra? I'm in row T of the orchestra."I believe the dress circle overhangs the orchestra at row T, and the balcony overhangs the dress circle at row B.
Lot666 said: "Broadway Joe said: "Do we know what row of the dress circle overhangs on the orchestra? I'm in row T of the orchestra."I believe the dress circle overhangs the orchestra at row T, and the balcony overhangs the dress circle at row B."That's correct, according to the old seating plan, though. Since 4 rows of seats are being added to the dress circle, I'm assuming this will change.
I'm going to be in the rear of the dress circle, and I hope it's not like being in a cave!
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