(1) Dress the part: This doesn't mean that you need to dress up. At most theatres, there is no real dress code aside from being expected to look like a normal, decent human being (keep it a step above "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service," please). But make sure to dress comfortably. Many theatre seats are packed in quite close together, and if you can't easily cross and uncross your legs, for example, you might be in for a couple of hours of distracting discomfort. And many theatres are also highly ... [Read more]
Orlando, Florida is one of the hottest vacation spots in the country. Having just gotten back from a week-and-a-half-long trip there, I am happy to have been able to see and do so much in the major theme parks that attract so many visitors there each year. But now that I am home, I find myself reflecting and looking back at experiences that have become memories.
As a theatre fan, I was excited to see what live shows I could take in while making my way through the parks, especially since many of... [Read more]
Those of us theatre fans lucky enough to live within a reasonable distance from New York know the pleasure of a trip to Broadway: sitting in a legendary theatre that has hosted legendary shows which have captivated audiences for decades; marveling at the talent of some of the best stage actors of our time; experiencing the thrill of the biggest, best new plays and musicals first hand.
Broadway is really a remarkable place, but luckily, the most successful of these shows often pick up and take i... [Read more]
There is no question that Thanksgiving is all about the feast. What could be better than a roast turkey accompanied by stuffing, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce and followed by an irresponsible amount of pie? But between loaded forkfuls of green bean casserole or pumpkin cheesecake, you might notice that there are other things going on. At TL, we always have our eyes on the best in live entertainment, and Thanksgiving has a lot to offer in the way of music, sports, and theatre.
Now, ... [Read more]
Whether you’re a music fan, a sports fanatic or a theater junkie, the summer offers a variety of big events – from music festivals to the hottest sporting events to the biggest shows on Broadway. Four days remain in Ticket Liquidator’s Summer Concert Sweepstakes for a chance to win $350 towards any event of your choice and almost 500 entries have been submitted so far. Time is ticking, but you still have a chance to win so enter below before it’s too late!
If you win the sweepstakes, you will... [Read more]