Hi all:Is there a rush line for NETWORK? I can't seem to find any info on it. If anyone can help I would truly appreciate it!Thanks so much in advance!
Was wondering if there have been any rush lines during previews and where were the seats? Thanks!
I saw cheaper (well, $89) PV seats for sale for this weekend, so maybe they aren't doing any rush?
I checked in at the box office last Friday around 2:30pm and asked if they "had rush or SRO". The guy at the BO said "no, we don't have rush or anything" and then another person working there started to talk to him and he then said "actually, we do have SRO for tonight!". It was $40, view was great, the main screen is totally unobstructed by the overhang for anyone worried about that.
I went to the box office yesterday (Friday) around 5:30pm and got SRO. I agree with the previous posters that it's a great view. It seems SRO tickets aren't difficult to get for this show currently since next to me there were three standing spots unoccupied.
supersam1026 said: "I checked in at the box office last Friday around 2:30pm and asked if they "had rush or SRO". The guy at the BO said "no, we don't have rush or anything" and then another person working there started to talk to him and he then said "actually, we do have SRO for tonight!". It was $40, view was great, the main screen is totally unobstructed by the overhang for anyone worried about that."So your slot was immediately behind the Orchestra seats?Was there only standing in the Center? Left? Right? All of the above?
Right behind the orchestra seats. I was in the center, there looked to be spaces on the left and right as well. I'd say there are probably around 25-30 spots, but that # could certainly be off.
For last Saturday I went after my matinee so around 5-5:15 for a 7pm show and got 2 spots (last two on the right), $40ea.A friend went when the box office opened and SRO was not available yet. Someone with a center SRO spot said she got it around 1pm.
Sorry meant to reply sooner. Went 12/9 for the 3pm show. Showed up at 2pm on the dot (big line) and got Standing room. Had at least 3 other tickets I think. First spot on the right side, amazing view plus I could lean against a column the whole time. Great to be in the middle of all the action!
Thanks so much for the replies! So I assume I don't need to show up at 10am then, as they probably won't sell out until later in the day anyway?
I tried to get standing room on 12/26 for the 2 PM show. I got to the theatre at 1:15 PM and the man at the box office said they didn't sell out yet, so there was no standing room. I was able to get a rush ticket to The Waverly Gallery instead, so I'm not sure if Network eventually sold out and started selling standing room or not.
Hi. Has anyone rushed lately? I wasn't sure what types of seats were given out or how early people arrived.
They didn't have any SRO for either show on Wednesday, and I heard not for a few days. One lady was arguing with the box office about being told they would be available, but the show wasn't sold out. There were PV box seats on the Mezz level that I would try if I were to go again, maybe $69?
After seeing only two premium seats left on Telecharge, I went to the theater at 1:37 PM on Saturday, January 12 in the hopes of securing a SRO ticket for the evening show. The gentleman behind the counter said they were no SRO spots available for the evening show (he did not clarify if they had sold them already or if the show had not sold out yet), but they had ~four SRO available for the matinee show that was starting in 20 minutes. After checking the board to confirm all actors were in, I purchased one for $40 on the spot! It was worth every penny -- the acting was incredible, and I encourage all to see, if possible!Hope this helps :)
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