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Jersey boys

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by andrew5499, Nov 26, 2012.

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  1. andrew5499

    andrew5499 Tourist

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    Is the show still selling out ?

    We went to see it when it first moved to Paris - on a Friday night and theatre was only 60% full - made for a fun show; but lacked to full theatre at Palazzo.

    I think the Palazzo theatre was a little smaller
     
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    They dropped the price significantly back on the 1st of September. Not sure how it's filling since then, as I went on the 30th of August and it was maybe 75% full.
     
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    I could be wrong........but I don't think it ever sells out at Paris....only 50% full at BEST when we were there in April.
     
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    I was there Thanksgiving evening. From what I saw, only a few empty rows on far left and far right first sections. Was 90% full IMO. We had an absolute blast. It was crazy good, loved the performers.
     
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    Is the theater small enough that even the last row seats are ok?
     
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    It would be okay. It's not a particularly visual show. There are a few emotional moments where you'd probably not pick up on some of the facial expressions if you were in the back. But if it was a choice between back row and not going, I'd sit in the back. It's a great show.
     
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