May 4 @ 7:00 pm
We are going to this because my publishing friend Meghan O. in Chicago saw the play and took the time the very next morning to reach out on Facebook insisting with enthusiasm and ALL CAPS THAT – THE GROUP NEEDS TO GO! Okay MOD! We will GO.
Sean Hayes (you know, the scene stealer Jack from Will and Grace) per the Chicago Tribune in this role as the witty and tortured Pulitzer prize winning artist and virtuoso pianist WILL BE the talk of the town.
Your ticket price: $175
Your ticket price includes our favorable group ticket pricing of $139 plus a $36 GYGG service fee.
Great choice by you to join us!
PROCESS: Linda or an understudy will be outside the theater with your tickets approximately 15 minutes before show time. Watch your inbox for more details the week before the event. Do try to join the pre-show dinner for the full experience. See you at the show!
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THE FINE PRINT
REFUNDS: Please note ALL SALES ARE FINAL. We understand that sometimes a change of plans is an inevitable fact of life. Should a situation arise with your purchased tickets we are here for you, so please reach out. We have amassed a unique situation where it is possible that a buyer within this large group may be unearthed. Providing solutions and matching tickets to people is gratifying, but also time consuming. As such, WE WILL DEDUCT $20 PER TICKET if exchanges are confirmed.
If you find yourself unable to attend on the day of the show, we are happy to find lucky recipients for your tickets if you can no longer use them and want to gift them to a good home. Please notify us as soon as possible as we will make every effort to avoid empty seats in the theater.
Let’s also remember the much unsung feature of broadway, the privilege of past dating. You can read about it HERE.
FEES: A service fee is included in the price of each ticket as organizing these events is not an insignificant allocation of time and resources – though we do love most every minute of our time spent masterminding evenings at the theater. The service fee varies from show to show based on cost, demand and our efforts to secure the tickets.