I bought VIP tickets for 2 different performances, the shows themselves were great but the perks that come with the extra cost weren't worth it. I had to stand out in the lobby for 10 minutes for the second performance as the staff had not provided me with the VIP passes and had to wait for someone to rectify the situation. After each performance there is supposed to be a reception with food and a chance to meet the stars of the shows. These receptions were held in the lobby which had to be cleared of the regular patrons. The space was ridiculously too small with people knocking the food out of your hands as they shoved past you. The most upsetting thing was that many of those there did not have VIP passes and not one of the staff checked for this. 2 people in particular were monopolizing the time with one of the stars and they didn't have VIP tickets. Later in the week a friend invited me to a play there and we were in the balcony. I realized I was a fool to buy VIP tickets as I had a great view and didn't need to pay extra ever again. I will never buy VIP tickets again. That said, the shows and the play I saw there were great and I would go again, just not for that cost again.
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