re: 'Merrily's' final performance is 'working hard for lots of money'
Posted by: EvFoDr 06:24 pm EDT 06/21/24
In reply to: re: 'Merrily's' final performance is 'working hard for lots of money' - carolinaguy 10:38 am EDT 06/20/24

No argument that theatre ticket prices have not paced with inflation!

But at least, at the time, MS was the most expensive show ever produced on Broadway so one could sort of justify that it would have a higher ticket price than show previously.

Also, for gentle humor and so you can polish your anectode...the balcony at the Broadway theatre is on the east side of the building so it most definitely does not overhang 8th avenue, which is to the west of theatre, essentially behind the actor's backs if they stood on the stage looking straight out. So you could say, for hyberbole, that you were roughly overhanging 7th ave, or 6th if you really wanted to go for it :-)
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