Where do shows go, if not necessarily to die, at least to sell for very, very, VERY little? They go to the national industrial strength discounter Goldstar. If you’ve got $15, or $12, or $8, or even $5 in nickels scavenged from under the fridge, you could be the proud owner of a ticket to any number of current shows on around town. Big shows.
The selection is not always that great, and sometimes the “convenience fees” practically double the pitifully low price of a ticket. But still, a deal is a deal.
But what if your Goldstar looked like what TDF.org members in New York have access to? In the big city, on any given day, there are loads of top notch shows for sale. Because it’s just plain hard to convince people to show up and see theatre on any given night – no matter how good it is.