Playbills For Sale

I have a handful of Playbills that I found while cleaning out some storage in my apartment and I’m selling them to make some extra $$ while I’m doing yoga teacher training. They are as follows…

  • The Cripple of Inishmaan (1x with Daniel Radcliffe!)
  • Hedwig & the Angry Inch (3x OBRC with Neil Patrick Harris)
  • Closer (1x from The Lyric Theatre in London)
  • Chicago (1x Broadway, 2002)
  • Rent (1x Angel Tour, September 2000 at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts)
  • Rent (1x Broadway, January 2000, 1x November 2004)
  • Rent (1x Broadway, 4000th performance with sticker!)
  • Merrily We Roll Along (1x City Center’s Encores – feat. Lin Manuel Miranda!)
  • American Idiot (2x tour in Boston, January 2012)
  • Waiting For Godot (1x Broadway feat. Patrick Stewart, November 2013)
  • Fences (1x Broadway revival feat. Denzel Washington, May 2010)
  • Murder Ballad (1x off-Broadway, June 2013)
  • The Pirate Queen (1x Broadway, April 2007)
  • Chitty, Chitty, Bang, Bang (1x Broadway, August 2005, 1x April 2005)
  • Evita (1x Broadway Revival, April 2012)
  • The Boy From Oz (1x OBC with Hugh Jackman November 2003)
  • The Crucible (1x 2016 Broadway Revival)
  • AIDA (1x Broadway 2003)

I’m selling these for $10 each, including shipping. Send me a message if you’re interested! 


The Broadway League came through again.  Two weeks ago, I administered a demographics survey for The League at Fences (an otherwise sold-out show through June).

Fences is part six in August Wilson’s 10-part Pittsburgh Cycle about an African American family in Pittsburgh in the 1950’s.  The father, Troy (played by Denzel Washington), has worked hard all of his life and his wife, Rose (played by Viola Davis), is a traditional 1950’s wife and homemaker.  Conflict sets in when their son, Cory, is sought out by a college scout to play college football and possibly go pro.  Troy, of course, does not approve.  

Fences was entertaining and touching, as well as thought provoking.  It never dragged either, which was good since we were standing in the back of the mezzanine.  Denzel Washington was great as Troy, but it was really Viola Davis who brought the audience to tears in the second act and has most likely (definitely) earned herself a second TONY Award.  

Fences has SRO tickets that go on sale each day when the box office opens.  If you have the opportunity, it’s definitely worth your two and a half hours.