Have you ever purchased tickets for a live, non-concert show?
Stomp. The show was amazing! And absolutely hysterical; even though the performers didn't utter a single word, they had the audience rolling with laughter.
Alton Brown’s tour a couple years ago.
Comedy club, theater, opera, ballet, WWE, sports, etc.
Riverdance, Phantom of the opera. Does WWE count?
Plays and a comedy club.
Yes, sevaral plays.
Went to my girlfriends dance recital last night
Yep! Circus, blue man group, newsies, the lion king, wicked, school of rock, and Hamilton. (I’m still in shock that I was able to go to Hamilton. Third row seats too!)
And also a lot of Ballets. My aunt works as a seamstress for new costumes so she always gets me tickets.
Yes. Circus, Passion of the Christ Play, Judgement House.
Blue man group.
Just bought tickets to Joe Rohan's standup.
*Rogan. Stupid autocorrect.
Henry Rollins, Black Flag.
Spoken word concert.
He sometimes has this holier than thou attitude but he's great to listen to. Very intelligent and has experienced a lot. Wish I could see him live.
Story telling is a gift I believe, he’s got it✔️
Sesame Street Live and Jeff Dunham
Just came back from one.
I saw Phantom of the Opera in London two months ago.
A few shows on Broadway and we saw Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood do improv. That show was probably my favorite one.
Rodeos, ball games, car races, school plays. Do these count?
Comedians and Spamalot
And a few plays
Ballet, Plays, Stars on Ice, symphony
Attended, but I didn’t purchase the tickets.
Penn and Teller in Vegas and a bunch of different comedians.
I’ve been to many drag shows and to cirque du soleil a few times.
I’ve been to comedy shows and I saw the Irish dancers perform once. I’ve also gone to several plays, mostly Shakespearean, because I was made to go.
Brain Candy Live
Cirque du Solei, lectures at Cal Tech, plays, I saw Timothy Leary speak in the late seventies (what a let down btw).
The only one I remember being worth the money was for a show at the Moulin Rouge in Paris. I guess the pass to AirVenture probably ought to count, since it includes the daily airshows. Also worth the money.
A few years ago, I went to a John Cleese show in Boston.
The blue Man group
And some boring play I went to in first grade that I fell asleep in
I’d LOVE to see Terry Fator live! He’s my all time fave America’s Got Talent act!
Yeah a play/musical
I think I was forced to once or twice.
Plays, comedy, ballet, Shen Yun
Cirque du Soleil
and a comedy show or 2
At one now
I’m a regular at the comedy club, and I’ve had a healthy intake of live theatre.
wwe a few times
Yes, most recently I saw Ricky gervais. Last year I saw blue man group.
Blue Man group is lit.
We had front row seats. It was amazing!
What's your favorite part? Mine was the tube drum thingies.
I liked the party where they paint with their mouths and the part where banana squirts from their chest 😂
My parents have but I haven't.