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131 W. 55th St., New York, NY, 10019
nr. Seventh Ave.
By michellemosher on 7/18/2008
This venue combines a small stage with way too many seats too far back. On top of that, if you buy one of the more expensive tickets through their website, the system will automatically - and without any warning whatsoever - assign you a seat in a different, farther away section if the section you chose is not available. This happened to me and the ticket office not only refused to take care of the problem, but was unbelievably rude during the process. Bottom line, do NOT buy tickets through their website, and be warned that unless you are in the front, the seating is compressed to the point where you won't enjoy the show.
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