The new decade begins in 2021.
I intend to get to Caroline or Change and Six. I want to get to Jagged Little Pill, as well, but it's not as big a priority. I already have my tickets for Oresteia at the Park Avenue Armory. While the new decade doesn't technically start until 2021 from a strictly timekeeping pov, a decade from a cultural perspective is usually year 0 to year 9 rather than year 1 to year 10. The roaring 20s don't include 1930, same as how the 2010s as a cultural period don't include 2020.
- Beetlejuice- TINA- Jagged Little Pill- Company- Come From Away(16th time?)- Play That Goes Wrong tour Want to see;- Hadestown- Flying Over Sunset
Happy New Year everyoneHave Tickets:West Side StoryJagged Little PillTinaBroadway Princess PartyFrozen Tour at PantagesSIX (First Preview)Plaza SuiteThe Music ManPlan to See:DianaMrs. DoubtfireThe Lehman TrilogyTake Me OutAssassinsHangmenLungsCompanyCaroline or ChangeFlying Over SunsetAnastasia tour (Boston for my birthday)May See:Dear Evan Hansen with Jordan Fisher Frozen with new castHamilton (pending lottery)Between the Lines (Off Broadway)
stoptheworld38 said: "Definitely seeing:-Waitress tour - Burlington, VT in just under 2 weeks (first time seeing it, really excited!)-Hadestown - sometime in March most likely, or maybe AprilNo specific plans yet, but hope to see:-Dear Evan Hansen, most likely tour in Schenectady, NY in June (it’ll be there the week immediately following my college graduation and chances are my family and I will be passing very near that area and believe it or not I still haven’t seen it...)-Anastasia tour, probably Buffalo, NY (it’ll be under 3 hours away the week before my birthday but already doesn’t have many tickets left even though it’s not til May...)-Hello, Dolly! tour in Schenectady - same week as Anastasia so probably couldn’t do both-Beetlejuice - didn’t have much interest when it first came out but I’ve gotten more into it and now I really want to see it before it closes-Come From Away - very unlikely cause I’ve seen it twice but I still really want to see it on Broadway (even though I never saw Jenn Colella before she left...)-Jagged Little Pill-Hamilton tour whenever it comes to Syracuse (might not be til 2021, not sure)-The Band’s Visit tour - maybe Denver next summer cause I have relatives not farThose are my top ones anyway. The only ones I know for sure are happening are Waitress tour and Hadestown and I think DEH tour is reasonably likely... " Hamilton will be during the 21-22 season in Syracuse. No dates have been secured yet. Very excited for it to come here so my family can finally see it! Also, Dolly at Proctors has been canceled.
Just what I already have booked:Shows:The Inheritance (part 1) 2nd timeGrand HorizonsMoby Dick in BostonThe Band's Visit tour in PhiladelphiaJagged Little PillThe Big Time at McCarter Theatre/PrincetonAssassins Cabaret/Concert shows:Kathleen Turner at Green Room 42Beth Leavel at 54 BelowReeve Carney at Green Room 42Jeremy Jordan at 54 BelowAudra McDonald at Kimmel Center/Philadelphia
I have tickets for Caroline or Change. And to see Oklahoma! again.I'm pretty confident I'll see Six, Company, Tina, and Flying Over Sunset but I'd prefer to purchase the tickets when it's convenient for my schedule rather than buy too far in advance. I'm thinking about My Name is Lucy Barton, Girl From the North Country, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and Mrs. Doubtfire but I'm waiting on the (hopefully strong) word of mouth. If most of these shows don't eat into my budget I might just spring for Hadestown or Moulin Rouge. I keep forgetting about Encores. I should really get on that.
Booked:Sing StreetAin't Too Proud (Christmas gift for my Godson)West Side StoryBlue Man Group (Christmas gift for my other Godson)WickedCompanyCaroline, or ChangeHamilton (2x)Plaza SuiteThe Music ManI'll likely see Six and Jagged Little Pill as well, but haven't set a date for those yet.
So far, I have tix for:New York:WSSThe Inheritance marathon (also saw it in London)Medea (BAM)Mack & MabelVirginia WoolfCompany (also saw it in London)Flying Over SunsetCaroline or ChangeLove LifeAssassinsLondon:The VisitThe DoctorCity of Angels4000 MilesJack Absolutely Flies AgainLeopoldstadtPlus several operas and ballets
I was walking up Central park West by the Museum of Natural history the other day, and it was so nice, such beautiful weather in NY this week, and I thought to myself, " I have to come back next x-mas again." So when I went back to my hotel I bought a ticket for one of the Boxing Day shows of MUSIC MAN. So much is closing, or was just limited things this year, that I'm so curious about what will be playing in a year's time.I'm starting 2020/ending 2019 with a local production of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT on New Year's eve.I have tickets to see touring DEAR EVAN HANSEN & FINDING NEVERLANDIn late March going down to Seattle for a weekend to seeSHE LOVES ME at Village Theatre &SISTER ACT at 5th AvenueIn May I have a trip to Los Angeles planned with tickets toSUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE at LA PhilharmonicHAMILTON touringPELEAS AND MELISANDE at LA OperaWill be travelling down towards San Diegio & hope my dates line up with LEMPICKA at LaJolla PlayhouseIn early September, I am potentially going to be in San Francisco & am waiting to find out what will open SF Opera's season then, and what else will be playing SFNot sure if I will do Las Vegas this year, after going twice this year.Also seeing various local indy theatre things
Have to add that if I get my act together (and a better paying full time job) I'll go to London and want to see Waitress and The Prince of Egypt.
keen on kean said: "The new decade begins in 2021."Any ten-year period is a decade, so it’s kind of impossible to be wrong about this either way. Our culture overwhelmingly conceptualizes decades in terms like “the ‘50s” or “the ‘80s,” so I’m quite sure that most people see a new decade as starting this Wednesday - but, again, no one is wrong as long as they’re referring to a period of ten years.It’s also true that any hundred-year chunk is a century, but in this case we commonly use terms like “21st century,” and if you use that term [rather than “the 2000s”] you’d be correct to point out that it actually began on 1/1/2001 because there was no year zero. No one, however, refers to things like “the 203rd decade,” so that argument doesn’t apply.
Have cut back on travel so probably going to limit myself to regional shows and tours.I'm guessing I'll probably see "Mean Girls", "Donna Summer musical", maybe "Escape to Margaritaville" and I want to see "Groundhog Day" if I can swing a trip to Fort Lauderdale. Still waiting to see next seasons tour announcements before I can get too excited
^ ^ ^ Same here with the travel cutback. Most all of my shows will be national touring productions, with the first five months looking like this:Jesus Christ Superstar (January 5)Miss Saigon (February 9)CATS (March 1)The Band’s Visit (March 15)Wicked (May 20)Escape to Margaritaville (May 17)Then probably Cabaret and SpongeBob in the summer months before the new 2020/2021 Broadway Season kicks into gear up in Pittsburgh.
Only seeing touring shows in 2020, since I will not be travelling to NYC in 2020. (I know I said that in 2019, but this time I am holding my ground.) I have Rent in January, Bandstand in February, Hamilton in March and Anastasia in April. I make take a road trip to Orlando in February to see Mean Girls.
I currently have tickets booked for 9 shows:Grand HorizonsParisThe Thin PlaceWest Side StoryThe Hot Wing KingFlying Over SunsetCompanyWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Caroline, or ChangeAnd I'm looking forward to all of them. Happy New Year, everybody!
Currently have tickets to:- Tina- Moulin Rouge- West Side Story- Beetlejuice - Waitress (Closing Performance)- Caroline or Change - Flying Over Sunset- Company - Hello Dolly Tour (Philly)
Alright updated list: Today: WaitressComing up:Plaza SuiteThe Unsinkable Molly Brown Waitress on tourThe Jungle Intend to see:The MinutesEmojiland The MusicalCompany Six
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