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Peter Dinklage in Cyrano

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Posted: 8/13/19 at 2:52pm

At New Group Oct 12 - Nov 24.

Subscriber booking for Cyrano will begin on Tuesday, August 13 at noon EST. Single tickets for Cyrano will go on sale on Tuesday, August 27 at 10am EST.

Is this something that could extend through to X-mas?

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 8:31am

Unlikely.  We've been members 2 of the past 3 seasons and I don't recall anything extending.  Maybe "Sweet Charity" did, but not for a full month more.  They schedule pretty tightly.

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 10:07am
Sweet Charity extended close to a month actually, it was supposed to close December 10th and it ran until January 8th. Jerry Springer The Opera got extended for 2 weeks I believe. I think it comes down to sales and theater availability?!

Their website actually crashed yesterday when subscriber tickets became available at noon.
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Posted: 8/14/19 at 10:55am
I saw this at Goodspeed last year. Looks like it’s the same show with Peter Dinklage and Blake Jenner reprising their roles as Cyrano and Christian, but with upgrades to all the other roles. I would like to see this again with the new cast, but I’m not sure if they’ll be single tickets left when it goes on sale to the general public on 8/27.
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Posted: 8/14/19 at 11:13am

Wee Thomas2 said: "Unlikely. We've been members 2 of the past 3 seasons and I don't recall anything extending. Maybe "Sweet Charity" did, but not for a full month more. They schedule pretty tightly."

I've never subscribed to anything before but if you do and there aren't tickets available do they refund you for that show? Just in case Cyrano is already all sold out. I'm thinking about signing up for the 4 show package to gurantee Cyrano and the other 3 shows look interesting to me so I wouldn't mind going to see them as well. 

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 11:35am
Since Ticketmaster is the seller for this show, I can't imagine that the entire run will be sold out. They'll have to hold SOMETHING back for the general onsale, right?
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Posted: 8/14/19 at 12:06pm

LxGstv :  Thanks for setting the record straight.  We subscribed and didn't have trouble getting tix.  I remember an extension but not of that length

 

Broadway Joe:  There are always plenty of tix for subscribers if you log in on the first day or so of subscriber access.  If you wait too long you can get shut out of something popular.

 

Other than Charity, we have been mighty disappointed in New Group's shows (Whirligig, All The Fine Boys, Daddy, Clueless, etc) during those two subscriptions, so although this appealed to us we aren't planning to sign up again.  We might buy Cyrano if we can get individual tix, but that's the only way they are getting our money again

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 12:26pm

Wee Thomas2 said: "

Broadway Joe: There are always plenty of tix for subscribers if you log in on the first day or so of subscriber access. If you wait too long you can get shut out of something popular.



Other than Charity, we have been mighty disappointed in New Group's shows (Whirligig, All The Fine Boys, Daddy, Clueless, etc) during those two subscriptions, so although this appealed to us we aren't planning to sign up again. We might buy Cyrano if we can get individual tix, but that's the only way they are getting our money again
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Thank you that's good to know, the shows this year looked interesting so that's why I'm debating but I'll probably just to try to get tickets on the individual sale as well. If you wait too long and get shut out does that mean you get some money back or it's just too bad? 

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 12:43pm
I’m pretty certain that they don’t put all of the seats for sale for subscribers, since general sale is more expensive. I booked my Cyrano ticket yesterday at around 1pm and I there were about 25 seats available, I find it really hard to believe they sold that many tickets in an hour... they probably release them in batches...

Also, pretty disappointed with the seating options for subscribers this time around, in previous seasons they actually offered good seats, this time around subscribers aren’t allowed to book premium seats and the options they offer aren’t that great...
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Posted: 8/14/19 at 12:43pm

I had the same experience as Wee Thomas. I subscribed for two seasons of The New Group (the first for Sweet Charity), and I didn't care for most of the shows each season. It wasn't worth it for me; I'm not subscribing again. I'll buy a single ticket to Cyrano. I did already see Cyrano at Goodspeed last year, so I won't be completely devastated to miss it, though I do think tickets should be available to the general public.

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 1:58pm

I'm guessing the answer is no since tickets are sold on Ticketmaster. Does anyone know if the new group has any promotion or deal??? For people under 35? or a student discount?? I searched high and low and couldn't find anything regarding it on their website. If not, does anyone know what how much the cheapest tickets would be? I'd love to go, but only if they price is decent. Thanks! 

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 2:05pm

Bwaydreamer3 said: "I'm guessing the answer isno since tickets are sold on Ticketmaster. Does anyone know if the new group has any promotion or deal??? For people under 35? or a student discount?? I searched high and low and couldn't find anything regarding it on their website. If not, does anyone know what how much the cheapest tickets would be? I'd love to go, but only if they price is decent. Thanks!"

 

They promoted it right on the first page, it's why I was debating doing it since it comes out to like $42 a show if you get all 4.

https://thenewgroup.org/35-and-under/

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 2:13pm
They have a subscription discount for 35 and under, but not a discount on single tickets. (That subscription discount wasn’t worth it for me when I was a subscriber, because I really only cared for one production each season.)
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Posted: 8/14/19 at 3:30pm

this is being produced at the Daryl Roth right? so its entirely possible the show could extend...(although Broadway could be in the cards perhaps....)

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Posted: 8/14/19 at 3:47pm
I dont live in NY so it wouldnt make sense for me to get the subscription. I'll just cross my fingers and hope tickets aren't too expensive