My best advice is for you is to avoid The Rose Tattoo at all costs. Oklahoma! is great, but I would honestly just go with Moulin Rouge!.
Agree with D-Mama: Box office will save you fees, but they could well be sold out or only have premium seats left. Buy ASAP online while you have options.
lovebwy said: "Really? Ticketmaster has different seats than the box office? I entered the lottery for Thursday. If I don't win,I figured I'd just go directly to the Hirshfeld box office and see what they have for tomorrow.Thanks for your help!"They don't handle the RE-SALE tickets, that is strictly something that Ticketmaster handles. Once a ticket is officially sold, the box office is (under most circumstance) hands off.
Have you seen Come From Away? It's probably the best musical running right now and you should be able to get in without spending an arm and a leg.
I haven't seen any of the straight plays this year so I can't comment on those, but I have heard The Sound Inside and Slave Play are quite good. Unique pieces of theatre you may not ever get to see outside of NYC. Besides the plays, as others have mentioned another one here for Come From Away. One of, truly, my favorite shows of all time. I know you don't know me and I don't know you and our tastes, but Come From Away is THE show I recmmoened to everyone who is going to NYC to catch a show. If you've never seen Hamilton and can grab a ticket the cast is quite good right now, but that show isn't going anywhere for another 2 decades most likely. Again, my pick is Come From Away. I have not seen Hadestown although everyone on here glows about it, I chose other musicals to see last season instead. Both will and are on tour however. Not sure if that plays a factor in your decision making. But ya, Come From Away! You'll come from it feeling happy, relieved, hopeful, and maybe even have a few tears in a good way. Enjoy whichever show you choose!
Jumping in to say that I quite enjoyed The Rose Tattoo. It certainly could've been improved upon, but I found it to be an extremely pleasant and enjoyable evening. I didn't feel the length at all.I haven't seen Macbeth yet, but I consider Oklahoma unmissable.
Another reason for Oklahoma is that its playing in the round, something that cannot be replicated on tour. Since you're in NYC, makes for a more unique showing of the production which may peak your interest. Most other shows that tour are likely the same as Broadway minus a few technical aspects. Just another thought!
Having recently seen The Sound Inside, Slave Play, and To Kill A Mockingbird, I'd say it's a shame there's not a good straight play I could send you to at the moment.But I would cosign Yiddish Fiddler if you're a Fiddler fan and not that interested in Come From Away.
Come From Away >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Hadestown x
Miles2Go2 said: "I’m in the minority in that I think CFA is overpraised. Hadestown is great."I think you need to give CFA another chance...I remember we both had pretty similar thoughts on it on our initial viewing, but I got dragged along to it by a friend again in London and I absolutely loved it the 2nd time.I've now seen it 5 times and it's my go show for visitors over here.
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