If you're in town when a show is playing make sure you get tickets. I have found that most shows offer various price points for tickets. If you are picky about where you sit get your tickets early. If you can be flexible with your seating you can usually get tickets closer to the show. I haven't sat in all the locations but don't think there is a bad seat in the house. This is a beautiful place so make sure you go early to tour the venue, upstairs and down. During intermission the ladies restroom lines will get long but I think everyone makes it back before the show starts again. Check with the volunteers, there are some out of the way restrooms that aren't quite as busy.
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