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Friends of ours got us tickets to a preview performance of the hilarious new musical, Gettin’ The Band Back Together at the Belasco. The show was uproariously funny from start to finish. The theater is beautiful, albeit in need of at least two notable upgrades....More
One of the nicer theatres I’ve attended on Broadway! My seat was comfy and not on top of the other patrons.
We attended previews for Gettin’ the Band Back Together and really enjoyed the sound and visuals. Great theatre experience. Beautiful ceiling!
The Belasco Theatre is one of Broadway's most beautiful with its elaborate architecture built in 1907, designed by architect George Keister, for the 'impresario', playwright and director, David Belasco, who had a duplex penthouse office / apartment on the top floor of the theater.
We visited the Belasco Theater to see Farinelli and the King starring Mark Rylance, which was fabulous. This review is not about that however.
The “greeters”, and I use that term loosely, were highly unpleasant and snippy. Now, I understand that they are dealing with...More
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Brian H, Manager at Belasco Theatre, responded to this reviewResponded 11 June 2018
I completely agree with you. I'm sorry that you've had this experience.
We have done some additional customer service training for our staff at the Belasco since your attendance.
Thank you for your review. And, most importantly, we thank you for your patronage....More
The only show I wanted to see during our last visit to NYC was “Farinelli and the King” with Mark Rylance. My husband decided against it, so I bought a good ticket for myself on the day of the performance and went to see it...More
Farinelli and the King was an intriguing show. Witty dialogue sometimes hard to hear. Side seats had obstructed view of the stage.
Interesting that the title character had to be protrayed by an actor and singer.
We love ‘Farinelli and the King’, in large part because Mark Rylance is one of our favourite actors. We have now seen him in four different productions on Broadway, and this may well have been his best performance (though his Olivia in ‘Twelfth Night’ a...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
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