I'm in Chicago, where we have an incredible theater scene that I'm excited to explore for another year. My wife and I usually make a few pilgrimages to NYC a year, and we just planned our first one the other day. In March, we're traveling to see Company and Hadestown. We're also dyyyying to get lottery tickets for a Wednesday matinee of either West Side Story or Caroline, or Change. If the reviews for either of those make them sound irresistible, we might just buckle down and buy tickets.
March trip. Have tickets for Company, Moulin Rouge and Hadestown.
April:The VisitorMrs. DoubtfireWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?Caroline, or ChangeFlying Over SunsetCompanySixPlus one more I haven't settled on yet November:The Music Man
Already bookedSixUnsinkable Molly BrownBirthday CandlesMusic Man Plan to seeCompanyAmerican BuffaloBetween the Lines Would like to seeCome From AwayDianaGirl From the North CountryHadestown
Shows I have tickets for-To Kill A Mockingbird (Thanks Broadway Week)Jesus Christ Superstar (Tour)AssassinsEdit: The Band's Visit (Won the tour lottery, last minute addition but first to see)I am also playing the lottery/rushing the same day I am seeing TKAM, so I could also see Wicked, Little Shop, TPTGW, or Chicago for the matinee. I also know my school is having a spring Broadway trip, they have yet to announce the shows, but they could possibly be Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? or How I Learned to Drive. So many shows this season I want to see and I am thrilled.
Way out on the west coast I am planning on seeing.Hadestown1776To Kill A MockingbirdAnnie Get Your GunThe Band's Visit
Robotmonster said: "Way out on the west coast I am planning on seeing.Hadestown1776To Kill A MockingbirdAnnie Get Your GunThe Band's Visit"Is this through touring productions or are you travelling to NYC?
Also have to update my list because I want to see Diana.
Booked already for NYC:
Already booked touring productions:
Already booked regional productions:
Haven't bought yet, but will likely:
Seeing far less in NYC this year than I have previously, but did a big overseas vacation last month, and that money had to come from somewhere.
How many people in this thread are seeing a first preview? I've never been to one, and I'm trying to decide between Diana and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf....
magictodo123 said: "How many people in this thread are seeing a first preview? I've never been to one, and I'm trying to decide between Diana and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf...."I'm seeing the first preview of Company on March 2. Almost everything I'll see this spring will be during the first two-three weeks of previews. I do it because of the greater ticket discounts.
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