I joined the Hangmen rush line at 8:45 AM yesterday. Surprisingly the outside doors to the box office were unlocked. The 3 of us who were there saw various individuals go in and out. A van drove up at some point and wanted to make a delivery, but the driver was told to wait until they were ready for whatever was going to be unloaded.
At another point, a gentleman, who was wearing a kilt, came outside and met with a group of young guys on the sidewalk. I got the impression that these young men were either newly hired ushers or staff of some sort. The kilted guy seemed to be giving the group various instructions.
Anyway at 10:00, the rush line (all 3 of us) were allowed inside to purchase our tickets. Mine was C 115, which was 3rd row, orchestra, center.
I heard and understood every word of dialogue without any trouble. I found Hangmen to be powerful, funny, brutal, even shocking at times, and also thought provoking. Easily (for me anyway) one of the 2 or 3 best new Broadway plays this season.