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Broadway Show at NYNY

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by weluvvegas, Oct 8, 2012.

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  1. weluvvegas

    weluvvegas Vegas Slot Junkie

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    I just booked my BOGO offer for 2 tickets at NYNY to see that new Broadway Celebration show. Mom and I were having a doozy of a time choosing a show that was suitable for us....we've seen all the included cirque shows and not many of the other shows were anything we wanted to see -- or it they were dark because we are there on a Sun/Mon.

    Anyone know about this show? We both LOVE broadway so I think we've found the perfect one....I'd never heard of it before. It was only $49.95 and BOGO so one hell of a deal. Looking forward to it!!
     
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    broadway at nyny

    we saw this last week and is a very enjoyable broadway hits review.
    the size of the stage limits the settings and the design of the theatre with all of the seating at the same level(no incline) would restrict the view if sat towards the rear of theatre.
    the same cast also do a abba+70s which was also enjoyable (in the same theatre at 8oc.they also offer a combo price for both shows for $69+taxes.
    we sat centre 6 rows from front.
    if you like a beer during show vasit coyote ugly bar happy hour 6 2 9 2 big bottles beer $7. enjoy.:wink2::beer:
     
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    All these Shows are staged in what used to be their
    old night club. It's a make-shift showroom with portable
    chairs and as John mentions, the floor is flat so sitting
    close to the front is a must.

    If there's still time before your trip, check out The SMITH CENTER.
    If you enjoy the Broadway musicals, this is THE place for you.
    www.thesmithcenter.com
     
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    Hey Greg! Hoping you would chime in.... have you seen the show? We have a very short trip...2 nights and this was included in my room offer so I thought why not take advantage of it! $50 you can't go wrong.... hoping the seats are good. VIP services couldn't give me seat numbers, only a confirmation number. I just requested the best seats possible. It is table seating?

    Thanks John, I'm definitely grabbing a beer before hand -- they let you bring into the theater? I never even knew that NYNY had this other theater. I learn something new about Vegas every day!!
     
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    No, I haven't seen any of the Shows in there and it sounds
    like there's no tables either...just rows of chairs.
    I would think the 'first come/first serve' rule would apply here.
    Get there early for the better seating.
    'westie' has posted several things about these Shows...check
    out some of them...most have been about Abba but it's the
    same folks doing ALL the Shows...they just change costumes.
    The Shows seem entertaining...you're just getting what ya pay
    for, they're not top tier and...for Abba fans...not a good idea.
     
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    No real Abba fans here....so hopefully we should be good. As long as they can sing and don't completely ruin the songs I think we'll be happy with it. Do you know how long the show is?
     
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    The larger resident Shows run 90min.
    these might be a bit shorter because they have so
    many back to back.
     
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    it is rows of chairs but they are numbered so reserving seats is a must.
    i brought the beer in a bag.:wink2::beer::beer:
     
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