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(Side note: Many thanks to community members whose posts sharing their experiences helped me plan/navigate this recent trip 🙏 I have been to NYC in the past several times for theatre-centric visits, but this was my first time doing everything totally lottery/rush, so it was exciting and a bit nerve-wracking. I had a list of shows I wanted to see with a loose itinerary and backup plans in the event that something didn’t work out the way I’d hoped.)submitted by amazona_voladora to Broadway [link] [comments]
Wednesday evening: Summer, 1976 (my plane was delayed 3 hours, so I was unable to do a matinee) Digital rush via TodayTix ($43), Orch Right C22
One big motivator for my trip was catching Mss. Linney and Hecht in this limited run. The play alternated between laugh-out-loud hilarity and silence streaked with heartbreak; I loved the breezy (an intermissionless 90 minutes), relatable nature of this two-hander exploring the unlikelihood, depth, and life cycle of friendships, memory, truth, love, life, and art.
Thursday: Moulin Rouge! In person purchase ($119) to avoid fees, Orch Left F11 (partial view)
I loved the show on tour twice and wanted to experience it again, as well as see what technical elements were unique to Broadway. Despite being familiar with the show, I was on cloud nine from the first finger snaps of “Lady Marmalade.” I was such a fan of John Cardoza’s tenor on tour that it was interesting to hear Klena’s timbre. Jojo did not disappoint — I was again brought to tears by “Firework” (the second verse’s text) and wished to hear more of her soprano/legit singing after her high note in “The Pitch.” I didn’t miss not seeing the pre-show in the booth/set above my seat and was pleasantly surprised to realize many characters (including Zidler, Christian, Toulouse, Santiago, and The Duke) use the platform directly next to my seat for entrances/exits, and that I could see the painting on the back of Satine’s dresser mirror. The pyrotechnics, catwalk, swing over the audience, and intimacy of the Hirschfeld made it even more thrilling.
Friday: Camelot Digital lottery via Telecharge ($44), Orch Left N110
This was not among my first-tier choices — I had been entering digital lottery the whole week with the aim of Sweeney, but since I never won for Sweeney, I jumped at the chance to savor this gorgeous score. I was prepared by articles and reviews for the lack of magic (including Nimue’s lovely, haunting “Follow Me,” sigh) and set pieces, as well as for the more modern take via Aaron Sorkin’s book. The lush orchestra and singing of Philippa Soo and Jordan Donica were my favorite aspects of the evening; I was reminded of the vocal limitations of the original Arthur since his songs are so talky compared to Guenevere and Lancelot’s. Andrew Burnap was out, and Fergie Philippe portrayed Arthur as a winsome, slightly misfit kid all grown up, unsure of himself as king. I did not buy the tearful final exchange between Jenny and Arthur about how she loved him the whole time because their relationship seemed so staid and sexless (I know Guenevere is largely portrayed as childless in Arthurian legend, but I would have thought a royal marriage would need to be consummated to be considered official), and I disliked how both acts culminated in monologues with underscoring. The music was worth the experience, but I doubt I would have paid full price to see this.
Saturday matinee: Sweeney Todd In person, standing room ($40), 103 (Orch Center, left of the booth)
Realizing how gutted I’d be if I missed out on this, I browsed the ticket map for Saturday matinee and saw only 2 seats left. (My original plan was to rush The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window.) I was third in line behind a married couple by 7:27 AM and made acquaintances with fellow theatre lovers that helped pass the time. (I always bring a book and had stopped for Starbucks before.) The house staff informed us that there were up to 12 standing room slots per show, and if we were below 5’3”, we might be out of luck. I am exactly 5’. There are 6 slots at the higher barricade (each behind orchestra left and right) and 6 at the shorter (orchestra center flanking the booth). I snagged a spot directly to the left of the booth. I was prepared to stand in forced arch the whole time, but I was able to stand up straight with the barricade a few inches below my chin. (Perhaps shorter folks could bring a collapsible step stool to help?)
The view was unobstructed despite the mezz overhang (you’ll have to run to the aisle to see the bows once folks stand up, though) — I was able to see the activity on the bridge and most of the crane/tower (Johanna’s head when she was imprisoned was a little chopped off). This was my favorite experience of the weekend. I had almost forgotten I was standing for 2.5+ hours because I was spellbound. The crisp diction (from ensemble and soloists alike), glorious orchestra and orchestrations, appropriately restless, creepy choreography, mysterious lighting, and amazing cast were chef’s kiss I am not a hardcore Grobanite but was grateful to finally experience him live after missing out on Comet. (Even if some have criticized him for sounding “too pretty” or not being maniacal enough in the role, I can’t complain.) Annaleigh was a feral delight as Mrs. Lovett; the physical comedy had me in stitches, and I appreciated the detail work (in her NYT interview, Ashford said the humor is grounded in Lovett’s anguish and pain). Ruthie Ann Miles’ Beggar Woman was haunting and tragic. (I was familiar with the score and plot but had never before seen the show in person.) Delaney Westfall was a silvery-voiced, appropriately bird-like Johanna and Raymond J. Lee was an amusingly flashy Pirelli. I would love to see this again from a front mezz seat.
Saturday evening: Leopoldstadt In person rush ($35), Orch Left L10
I was able to stroll right into the box office to purchase a ticket right after I had paid for Sweeney. I was haunted by Stoppard’s The Coast of Utopia in a regional production several years ago and knew I had to experience this. The intermissionless, decades- and generation-spanning drama flew by, and despite having a head up from prior viewers, seeing and hearing the final scene brought me to tears. I especially enjoyed Brandon Uranowitz and Joshua Malina’s performances.
Sunday matinee: Kimberly Akimbo In person rush ($40), Box LB 1
This was also not my first choice, but I am so glad I saw it. I was in the Parade rush line (8th around 8:49 AM for a noon box office opening) when I unsuccessfully attempted A Doll’s House digital rush. (One option I considered was A Doll’s House, Moulin Rouge!, and then Parade, except Jojo was out on Sunday.)
After I had gotten my Parade ticket at 12:04 PM, I had my KA matinee ticket in hand at 12:11 PM. In retrospect, I wish I had the option of the right box seat because sitting on the left means missing out on seeing Seth at his Skate Planet booth and scenes in Kim’s bedroom and at the lockers. (The next tier of rush ticket was $60? in the orchestra, second row.)
I have been a Jeanine Tesori fan since Millie, and I appreciated the appealing score, winning cast, and humor (I scream-laughed so hard I hurt) entwined with sorrow. I also relished the opportunity to finally see Victoria Clark live after years of having admired her work — her solo in “My Disease” brought me to tears. I loved how earnest and vulnerable her Kimberly, as well as newcomer Justin Cooley’s nerdy Seth were. Bonnie Milligan is a powerhouse and comic delight in her solos, and the Greek chorus of show choiclassmates offered tight harmonies and impressive ice skating.
This was the only show I stagedoored (I used to enjoy expressing gratitude in person in the past but am now wary of unruly, large crowds) at the urging of my new friends, and it was very light (single layer of people) and orderly, with Michael Iskander, Nina White, Alli Mauzey, and Stephen Boyer coming out. (The guard said Ms. Clark had come out the previous evening.)
Sunday evening: Parade In person rush ($45), Mezz C27
I am grateful to the box office staff for recommending the mezz instead of a box (even if it might have meant sitting near Manuel Felciano or Sean Allan Krill & Stacie Bono) for better sight lines. I didn’t regret not seeing some of the projections, and it was a great seat for the price.
I was less familiar with the score (compared to Sweeney) but knew the heartbreaking, infuriating story. I understood how insidious “The Red Hills of Home” is upon hearing Stephen Webb’s beautiful singing and how catchy the melody is. The ensemble’s diction was not as clear as that of Sweeney’s at times. I felt uneasy at seeing the jovial Memorial Day parade festivities onstage knowing what lay ahead. I loved the blend of Micaela Diamond’s (I marveled at how he navigated chest, mix, and head as well as her vocal powerful and expressiveness) and Ben Platt’s voices, as well as the staging and lighting during “The Factory Girls”/“Come Up to My Office.” “All the Wasted Time” was particularly beautiful and heartrending knowing that the “Sh’ma” was next — I found myself holding my breath and wondering why people were so hateful for this to have unfolded. I liked the return of Charlie Webb and Ashlyn Maddox (the Young Confederate Soldier & Young Woman, respectively) as contemporary Georgia Tech students during the epilogue mentioning the reopening of Leo Frank’s case in 2019.
Monday: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) Digital rush ($25), Orch Left X35
This is one of my favorite operas (I performed the opening scene as the First Lady/Erste Dame in college opera scenes), so I jumped at the chance to see it in person for the first time. (I have already seen Six and was on the fence about OUAOMT although I figure I’ll see it next trip.)
Although I liked elements of Simon McBurney’s acclaimed production that is new to the Met (but has been staged many times over the years elsewhere) — the use of a foley artist, wire work, instances of humor (Papageno quoting The Godfather in English; sharing his phone number with the audience as he searches for a wife) — I was not a fan of the minimalism, projections, and drab costumes that were mostly everyday clothing. (I especially disliked the anatomically detailed nude unitards under mesh dresses that the Three Ladies and their cohorts wore after the opening scene.) The opera was otherwise well-sung by the luminous Erin Morley (Pamina), Lawrence Brownlee (Tamino), and Kathryn Lewek (the Queen of the Night, whose Vengeance Aria rightfully garnered the longest applause of the night). I prefer the color and puppetry of Julie Taymor’s production.
Bonus: Steel Pier at Theatre on Film & Tape Archive (TOFT)
I signed up for a NYPL Special Collections account online before my trip and obtained a NYPL card (good for three months since I am not a resident — it was confusing to me because the verbiage online states that anyone can have a Special Collections account and library card regardless of residence, as long as one furnished proof of address; the librarian compromised and offered me the temporary card). I did not make a reservation/appointment beforehand at TOFT, which is recommended, since walk-ins are at the discretion of the staff.
I enjoyed the colorful, masterful The Wonderful Willa Kim exhibit on the street level of NYPL for the Performing Arts before making my way to TOFT. I was required to check my bags and coat, and most of the titles that interested me were listed as unavailable online. (For instance, The Assembled Parties is viewable only with permission from the original production’s director.)
Steel Pier had been a favorite of mine since a theatre friend introduced me to it in high school. It was a delight to finally associate choreography and images with songs I have listened to for years. Karen Ziemba (one of my all-time favorites) made for a winning and lithe-limbed Rita Racine, and Broadway debutante Kristin Chenoweth was hilarious as the ambitious Precious McGuire (I had to rewind at least twice to catch her lovely high E). I don’t know what the quality of other productions’ footage is like, but I was pleasantly surprised to see that Steel Pier was NOT just a back-of-house/wide shot without closeups, and the footage was not grainy at all. It included footage of patrons in the theatre, a house announcement about filming, as well as the bows and most of the exit music.
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