Shows opening on Friday and Saturday, as well as doubling up on opening nights doesn't happen every year, though. As has already been mentioned, it's just those last 9 days of the Tony eligibility period that make it seem overstuffed.
That's not a link to the presale. It still needs the code, which is QOV (for the third time).
Not sure if it's a fan presale thing, but the prices seem on the low side, which is great. Since it's ATG, though, I'm guessing dynamic pricing could kick in at some point, and I'd expect prices to be higher for the possible one-week extension that's built in to the run.
BrodyFosse123 said: "MagicalMusical said: "DJD4 said: "I also loved her performance! I feel like nobody was talking about how good her acting is in this. I watched this with my partner (who doesn't love musicals), and he was like "why the hell is everyone freaking out about Margot Robbie when Fantasia gave a performance like THAT". In a less competitive year she might've won."
I completely agree! Margot was good but Fantasia wa
Broadway Flash said: "Presales are doing very well and the first two months of the run are selling at 90%. They are definitely a lock for a Best Musical nomination. All they have to do is get somewhat decent reviews, market the show properly,and it sounds like a hit."
Not sure where you’re looking, but sales on Telecharge are nowhere near 90%, and, actually, I’d say they’re poor, with the mezzanine very undersold for most performances.
PipingHotPiccolo said: "kudos to cecily strong for picking such an intricate, small play to launch what i hope is a fruitful stage career. shes fantastic start to finish, in her showier scenes and even in the background letting others shine. shes worth seeing for sure.
and the play is engaging, another 80 minutes that mostly fly by. i enjoyed not knowing where Shanley was taking us, and I enjoyed the really impressive set work. But as others have mentioned, its a 5 act pla