Metropolitan Opera comes to Staller Center
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#1 Jan 12, 2008
Hello, I purchased tickets to SUNY's film festival but learned that if I did not arrive significantly ahead of showtime, that I could not obtain a seat. Either patrons were allowed to save entire rows of seating for late-arriving friends or seats already sold were re-sold to non-ticket holders interested in attending the night of show. I saw one film, left a second (when I was offered a seat in one of the first three rows of the Staller Center and never went back.) If I purchase a seat, then I should be permitted that seat whether I arrive a half-hour or five minutes before show time. Are showings of the Met being handled differently? If not, then all ticket purchasers should be told in advance that their seat is available to them, only if they arrive a half hour ahead of show time and even then, if other patrons are permitted (like children" to "save seats" they may not enjoy good seating. Comments please? Thank you.
#2 Jan 13, 2008
Word,do they be having Ludicris?
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