This organization helps to promote and present a variety of plays and productions that range form Broadway musicals, to ... More
Rochester Broadway Theatre League
This organization helps to promote and present a variety of plays and productions that range form Broadway musicals, to comedies, to dramas, with both classic and newer works being presented. Education and outreach programs are offered as well, and the Rochester Broadway Theatre League also works in conjunction with Opera Rochester to present top-notch performances of opera classics.
When I purchased my seats for john fogerty I didn't think PIT seats would be THAT BAD.....BUT THEY WERE! AND they don't tell you that the pit is GENERAL SEATING - so if you are coming from another city to this venue and you have pit seats - get there early so you can at least sit in the upper row of the pit. Seriously WHY BOTHER SELLING SEATS THAT PEOPLE CANT SEE THE SHOW? When I stood up to clap - I realized there were 3 band members I didn't even know were up there!.....I was VERY disappointed in my view - but enjoyed the performance.
Advertising is sub-par at best. Personnel is not helpful and, at times, condescending.
I don't appreciate being "talked down to" by the help when excessive amounts of dollars are involved and talent is exhibited for all to see.
Perhaps the staff can take courtesy lessons.
When substantial tickets are sold, do the remainder searching for seats simply become an annoyance?
It is so refreshing to see a theater with adequate ladies' restroom facilitites.
The new auditorium seating is comfy and if you can just get the patrons to cooperate with their cell phones and beepers it would be perfect. Sound / lighting are good. We try to get to as many performances as possible.
Ushers are very friendly. Thank you for being here.
Amazing experience. The actors/actresses were phenomenal.
I saw The Producers and loved every minute of it. They were funny and their singing was the best I have ever heard.
I recommend this to anyone who likes the theater and it was well worth the money.
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