Having gone before, if you're curious to the format of the game here, the traveling show runs a little differently. Just so you know it is not a full blown version of what's on tv. They've created a more digitalized version. It's still plenty fun and they call a lot of people down to give lots of people a taste but just don't expect what you see on tv.
why do you think there are so many birthdays in mid to late sept.? because it is 9 months from the MOST WONDERFULL TIME OF THE YEAR AND SANTA ALWAYS COMES , HO HO HO
Hippo Birdie, Two Ewes!
Happy Birthday, Bill Murray!!
Happy Birthday, you geeeeenius! Your death therapy cured me, you geeeeenius! I heart you, ya meatball! I'd explain how much, but it'd get lost in translation.🤓
Happy Birthday. You are my Dr. Leo Marvin.
Very Happy Burthday Bill!
Tru it's a nice read if you are I the young adult section of your life
Neither show is sold out. Both shows are pulling Orchestra Row Q for single tickets right now.
Wow. This makes me want to go watch all of his movies! Have always loved him when I happened to come across one of his movies. Now, I think I will go back and see if I can find a few on purpose. Thanks Kevin. This article, as is true of your previous works, was very enjoyable to read and makes me go check out what you found interesting enough to write about. Not sure the above made sense. But to be clear, thanks! Great one again. Vicki McGillivray
Beerfoxwolfdeer, All fixed. Thanks.
Where's the rest of the article?
I actually agree with both sides of this argument. I, as a student, have only been able to go see many shows because of reduced or PWYW events at theatres both in my hometown and on Broadway. Those reduced prices have allowed me to see shows I definitely would not have been able to see at full price. I do also agree that PWYW events bring in more people that might not usually go to the theatre. Whether it's because of lack of funds or simply uncertainty, removing the monetary pressure on these people makes the theatre less intimidating and more accessible.
On the other hand, I do think that these types of things can bring people to the theatre that will not enjoy or experience it in the way it was intended, and could potentially hurt their future views and expectations. When the cost of something goes down, people have a tendency to see it as lesser, consciously or not, because to them it physically has been devalued. I think it's good to give people an opportunnity to be proven wrong, but I don't think that's possible in every case.
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