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re: Are your numbers correct? Quite a shocking difference, if so.
Last Edit: PlayWiz 06:09 pm EDT 08/12/21
Posted by: PlayWiz 06:07 pm EDT 08/12/21
In reply to: re: Are your numbers correct? Quite a shocking difference, if so. - ryhog 10:20 am EDT 08/12/21

There were $3 or less seats in the balcony back then, too, so while more expensive than a movie, theater tickets were still a relatively not that expensive treat for multiple classes. Individuals could conceivably go to see more shows at those lower prices, too, and a lot of them did, too. in Rick McKay's first film "Broadway: The Golden Age", lots of unemployed actors (or working survival jobs) saw lots of theater, and they said it wasn't that much more expensive than going to the movies. There were still $2 seats to see the original "A Little Night Music" in the early 1970s on Broadway, too from the last row.
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