April 17, 2009

Hot Tickets - The Miracle at Naples

Ticket sales for this weekends performances of The Miracle at Naples are HOT HOT HOT - but we're not sold out YET.

Here are some tips for making sure you get a seat.

1) Buy in advance - availability is better a few weeks out.

2) Check our website regularly. Additional tickets COULD become available at any time.

3) Call the Box Office at 617 266-0800 if you don't see what you want online. If you don't have any luck try again a little closer to curtain time.

4) Head to the Box Office in person. Get here at least an hour before curtain. Additional tickets COULD become available at any time. We have a wait list when necessary.

And if you are a subscriber and are not planning to use your tickets - call us (617 266-0800) and let us know. You can donate your tickets back - or you may be able to swap for a future performance. Either way we get a chance to get someone into your unused seats.

"Fantastic! Raunchy potent comedy! The audience is having a blast!" - Boston Herald.

Read audience comments here...

The Miracle at Naples
, a world premiere by David Grimm, directed by Peter DuBois, April 3 through May 9, 2009 at the Huntington Theatre Company's second stage; The Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.
Buy tickets online or call 617 266-0800.


Anonymous said...

The set was amazing, the show moved right along but the gay/bisexual subplot was not necessary. I don't see it added anything to the show. I saw many patrons wince when the 2 guys got into a serious liplock and then leave at intermission. It was a total distraction and added nothing to an otherwise well done play.

Anonymous said...

I have been a subscriber to the Huntington since they came to BU in l982, and have seldom missed a show. They have ranged over the years from magnificent to mundane and boring, but never have I seen such a ridiculous, inane, and sophomoric play as Miracle at Naples. I didn't really mind the vulgarity (although most of it would have been more appealing to a 6th grader); the gay subplot was of no particular interest...what I minded was the lack of character development, plot, ftsmstic tension, and maturity. There were four of us; we couldn't wait to leave at the intermission. Oh, please, Huntington, do better than this and give your audience the benefit of some sophistication and intellect. Thank you. Liz Shannon