We just attended "A Gentlemans Guide to Love and Murder" which was a great show. Our tickets were at the will call window which I will ALWAYS do from now on. When we arrived we found out that Jefferson Mays was absent and the understudy would be performing. My husband whined a bit and they upgraded us to 5th row seats. The seats themselves were very, very narrow. I'm short but a bit ample in the waist. No problem with leg room but the whole row had ample people and we felt like sardines stuffed in a can - very uncomfortable. On the other hand, an elderly, frail man came in walking with two canes. The staff were so accommodating for him pointing out the accessible restroom and offering to bring beverages if he and his guest wanted them.
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