re: 'Merrily's' final performance is 'working hard for lots of money'
Last Edit: WaymanWong 11:45 am EDT 06/20/24
Posted by: WaymanWong 11:37 am EDT 06/20/24
In reply to: re: 'Merrily's' final performance is 'working hard for lots of money' - BroadwayPhan 10:01 am EDT 06/20/24

Yep, it's ridiculous. And if you think that's obscene, go to StubHub. There are tickets for the final ''Merrily'' performance (July 7) in the $1,600-$1,800 range. Plus, a few charging $4,682, $5,665 and $6,842 each in the orchestra. ... But if you waited until the last THREE weeks to see this highly acclaimed ''Merrily'' AFTER it won its Tonys, and specifically want to be at the VERY last show, this is literally the price you pay for the privilege.

However, I read about someone online who bought tickets to July 7th months ago, when its closing date was announced, and they said they paid only $129.
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