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    Default Mary poppins, mamma Mia or lion king

    which show should I see on broadway ?!
    thinking of treating myself on the weekend and go aloneto a broadway show, no one else can afford it haha but I wanna go as just got tax and something I've really wanted to do

    is it weird going alone?
    I'm tossing up between these 3 shows, maybe ruling out lion king as it's soooo much more expensive ($80) for a back row seat where Mary poppins is $50 for a decent seat

    have seen mamma Mia when it showed in Australia years ago but would love it on broadway too


    help me decide hahaha !

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    Default Mary poppins, mamma Mia or lion king

    well rules out mamma Mia as it's like $200

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    Default Mary poppins, mamma Mia or lion king

    I've seen all and Lion King is my favourite. Doesn't really matter what you see though because it's on BROADWAY!!! You lucky duck.

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    I've only seen Lion King and it was SO AWESOME!!!

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    oh god don't pursuade me to go for the expensive one hahaha !! ah thankyou though

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    Default Mary poppins, mamma Mia or lion king

    do you think backrow seats would be pointless ?

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    Default Mary poppins, mamma Mia or lion king

    Poppins is awesome! My fave of the three.

    I think you're better off getting decent seats though, I was in new York a few years ago and it sucks having to crane your neck for 2.5 hrs.

    Also if you go to wicked (at the gershwin theatre) they have a ticket lottery 2.5 hrs before the show so you could try and win front row seats to it

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    Default Mary poppins, mamma Mia or lion king

    thanks I'm leaning towards Mary poppins because I can get closer seats for cheaper and I love the movie !!

    oh thanks for info on lottery never hears of it

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    Lion king. Not a fan of Mary Poppins where I know lion king would be money well spent.

    Have fun with whatever you see.

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    Default Mary poppins, mamma Mia or lion king

    Lion king is an AMAZING stage show!


 

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