followtheneon said: "A friend of mine works at Little Shop, and she said they'll be selling signed window cards for $200...not sure when they'll start, though!"Marianne2 said: "They were selling stuff at Little Shop of Horrors today. Signed windowcards were $200 as mentioned above. Signed playbills were $50. I don't see why they wouldn't allow people to come in and purchase. It doesn't hurt to ask. It was in the bar area as you go up the stairs. So, you aren't actually going into the theater itself."Thanks followtheneon and Marianne2! I'm seeing The Inheritance two nights this week but I'll try to swing by Little Shop sometime.
Oh wait one more question... perhaps followtheneon will know the answer to this...If I swing by Little Shop this week or next, do you think the items will be signed by Jonathan Groff or Gideon Glick? I just noticed Gideon starts his run tomorrow.And nothing against Gideon, btw! In fact I am hoping to see him in the role sometime during his run. I would just prefer Jonathan's signature since that's who's on the poster, etc.
I'm not sure, but I can ask! I would imagine Gideon is signing the items now that he's in the show.
I'd imagine you get both...
Aladdin tour:Purple Aladdin tote bag: $20T-shirt that says "What's Wrong With A Girl Running the Kingdom?": $40Apron that says "Ain't Never Had A Chef Like Me": $40Signed window card: $75Package with tote, t-shirt, and window card: $125Backstage tour: $250 (but this may be unique to PPAC, it seemed to be the first the people had heard of it)
"The Come From Away tour had a few things:A full cast signed poster --I think $100?A shirt that says "STFD" (Slow the F*ck Down) --forget the price for that one"Last year, on Broadway, Astrid (plays Beulah) auctioned off items. She was very good at it. Is she still with the show?
Beetlejuice: * Signed posters - $100* Signed Halloween Playbills - $40* Strange and Reuseable tote bag - I believe these were $20* F-ck Brigadoon buttons - $5 The Lightning Thief: * Signed Playbills - $40.* Signed posters - $60.
At Little Shop today the posters were $150 and Playbills were $40. I am pretty sure the playbill I got has autographs from both Glick and Groff but honestly can't tell for sure.
Anyone know if the Dolly tour is collecting this year?
mattyp4 said: "I'm seeing The Inheritance two nights this week but I'll try to swing by Little Shop sometime."Was The Inheritance doing anything?
haterobics said: "mattyp4 said: "I'm seeing The Inheritance two nights this week but I'll try to swing by Little Shop sometime."Was The Inheritance doing anything?"Shows normally don’t collect while they’re in previews. Hopefully they’ll start something after Sunday.
Ahh, I keep forgetting it is in previews it has been such a long preview period.
haterobics said: "Ahh, I keep forgetting it is in previews it has been such a long preview period. "Agreed. I was positive it had opened, lol.
Out of curiosity, does anyone know why shows in previews don't collect? Is it just seen as gauche given the show isn't "locked" yet, or is there a rule about it?
Freestyle Love Supreme is $40 for Playbills, $100 for posters. Pretty good deal considering Lin, Daveed and everyone else have signed.
Mean Girls on tour is selling posters for $60, cast signed spring fling photos for $40, Burn Book pages featuring Regina, Damian, and Janis signed by their performer counterparts, and Burn Book pages featuring and signed by Tina Fey for $150.
AllThatJazz2 said: "Got to answer my own question today re: Betrayal. $40 for signed playbills, $100 for signed posters."Betrayal tonight: Posters are still $100 but Playbills have gone up to $50
Saw the HELLO, DOLLY Tour in CT and they were collecting. I was hoping to grab a signed playbill, but by the time I made it downstairs, they were out. I donated, but does anyone know who I might contact to get a signed program? I've no problem making another donation.I live a few hours away and won't be able to get back there before the tour leaves.
Anastasia tour is selling specially made buttons for $20 each. I think they also had the signed poster but I didn't catch the amount.A Christmas Carol was just collecting at the door. They were supporting both BCEFA and another organization that's also supported by the London company.
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