I decided to go see the broadway version of Kinky Boots as I had seen the original film back in 2005, based on a true story, Kinky Boots tells how a struggling British shoe manufacturer changes direction and goes for a niche market.
Like the film the show was great, Cyndi Lauper music fits well.
Being popular tickets were short and it was by luck that I managed to get one for the Friday night direct from the box office - $147 is not cheap but I felt it was worth every penny (sorry cent). My seat was P25 at the end of a row to the left of the stage, view though was perfect.
My only criticism would be that despite it being 100 degrees outside, and the fact that people started to arrive at 7pm the hotel management saw fit to keep people in a line on the street until 7.30, did they not realise by opening the doors earlier people would have been more comfortable and would have spent money inside.
The queue for the Gents washroom during the interval is crazy, it's upstairs, so anyone downstairs has to endure a long wait, unless of course they choose to use the accessible washroom at the rear of the orchestra stalls.More