Have any non wealthy people seen the play Les Misrables?
It's only like a hundred and fifty dollars at the most right? But non wealthy people usually aren't interested in prioritizing money for Broadway musicals right?
- 2 months ago
I have the tickets are not that expensive £25-35 in England and sometime free if your part of a club
- Dj2541Lv 72 months ago
Of course they havent, they are living the story line of Les Mis???
Working 3 part time jobs, having No health care and No social security.
Did you hear the people sing?
- CogitoLv 72 months ago
I'm not even remotely wealthy but I've seen it about six times.
As I explained to you in a very similar question of yours, I had to save up to afford a ticket. I also found last-minute offers at a ticket booth and have lined up very early before a show to get returned tickets.
I don't know any wealthy people but I know loads of people who go to the theatre quite often.
- samLv 42 months ago
If you can’t afford to go see a broadway show, there are bootlegs on YouTube (which are illegal recordings made by audience members). While not condoned by the shows, it’s one way for people who otherwise couldn’t see something to watch a show.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
1. Les Miserables sucks
2. You’re missing an e in Miserables
Take an IQ test. 10 bucks says it’s lower than average
- HernandoLv 62 months ago
We paid more than that to see Hamilton and it was well worth it. I have no interest in seeing Les Mis. I admit that seeing B'way shows is an extravagance but there are lots of ways to get discounts on tickets so we rarely pay full price.
- AmarettaLv 72 months ago
Yeah, the poor seem to prioritize paying their rent and feeding their children over seeing Broadway plays.
- Sir CausticLv 62 months ago
Well, we don't want the unwashed riff-raff mixing with decent people while we're watching a play, do we? No. we don't. What's your problem? Right?