I am writing this post from We Are The Tigers rehearsal. Today we’re doing individual vocal parts, while yesterday was devoted to teaching ensemble parts. We have seen several of the ladies in the show in 30-minute increments as they learn their various solos throughout the show. It’s been interesting to see the difference in teaching ensemble parts versus solo parts and the different kind of rehearsal that happens for each.
This afternoon, I went to the Brooklyn TKTS booth to get a ticket for a matinee tomorrow. I will not be doing that again. I thought there wouldn’t be a wait, but the line crawled for almost 2 hours and I ended up walking away with a $75 dollar ticket because it was the cheapest thing and I didn’t want to leave empty handed… I guess I paid to not make that mistake again. My New York friends were right, TKTS is for tourists getting last-minute tickets. I have so much time to plan out what shows I’m going to see, so from now on I’m going to use discount codes online and I’ll try student rushing shows once my schedule opens up a bit. The ticket I ended up buying is for On the Town. I’m SO excited to see it tomorrow! Once I realized how much better it is to buy student tickets, I went and locked down a ticket for An American in Paris next week, as well.
All in all, it was another beautiful day in the city. Tomorrow is a jam packed day of On the Town and our Tigers sing-through/read-through!