Or…what you knew and then forgot and then remembered!
A friend told me Lincoln Center Theatre has a membership program that offers discounted tickets to their productions. Now some of you might know that, not me. She said that not only are tickets heavily discounted, but you learn about new productions coming up with tickets available before the general public.
Wow, that is for me. I checked out the site and found that the membership was closed. Bummer! But, good news, there’s a waiting list. I put myself on it and then forgot about LCT until a few weeks ago when I received an email inviting me to join. Then, of course, I remembered! Immediately I entered all my info and Voilà I was in!
So go ahead and put yourself on the waiting list – cause right now membership is closed again. It took me a few months to receive that all important email, but it came. Membership is $50 plus small fee. As soon as I joined, I checked what was on and immediately bought a ticket to OSLO, center orchestra, for the great price of $57.00 (with fees)
My $57 seat sells for around $147- if you can even get one! OSLO is based on the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords between the Israelis and the Palestinians. It was originally at the Mitzi Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center to sold out audiences before moving upstairs to the larger venue, the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
Here’s the link, check it out. See, it’s good to know what you don’t know, unless of course, you knew and maybe forgot or maybe you’ve been a member for years! Who knew?
Love this City!