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Wicked tickets for both Costa Mesa and San Diego are sold out. Mom… - Robot Skeleton Army Minion #1983
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Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 12:46 am
Wicked tickets for both Costa Mesa and San Diego are sold out. Mom kept saying 'oh it'll come to the Pantages, don't worry.' Keep telling her that it was there last year and that I checked the site, it goes all the way to this time next year and it will be in only San Diego and Costa Mesa, not LA. I really wanted to take her with me, wanted mom to see Wicked (she thinks the music is stupid). I finally said 'screw it' and went to buy tickets for either city, nope. It's sold out. I told her and she goes 'awww' in that sarcastic tone of hers and 'I did'nt want to see it anyway'. Yeah but you promised and even if you didn't, I would have gone alone. Thanks alot mom :(
I know this isn't a big deal but it's just been adding up, this situation with mom. This was the icing on the cake.

edit!

A ticket agency is selling them so I can still get ticket\s!

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bellelvsbeast
bellelvsbeast
Officer Kelli
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 07:50 am (UTC)

Maybe it's just as well...if your mom doesn't like the show, why would you want to go with her? She would just have a miserable time, maybe make comments you don't like and it would be a waste of $$...I'm sorry to hear it is sold out though...:(


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witherwings7
witherwings7
Agent 27
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 07:54 am (UTC)

She made a compromise with me, I would see Joseph with her (which I loved) and she would see Wicked. When she was in a good mood she would go 'oh this girl can sing and this song is ok' but when she is feeling spiteful to me (alot lately) she woudl say 'this sucks, I don't want to see it.'
I waited because she wanted to see it at the Pantages here in Hollywood and even though I told her it wouldn't come by I waited. Then I found out that it wouldn't be here for at least a year according to the site so I told her and suggested a weekend trip to San Diego since there's stuff to do there and nothing to do in Costa Mesa. She agreed but kept telling me to wait to get the tickets. It's Wicked, you can't wait too long. So I finally decided to go alone and they were sold out. Point is, I know she would have liked it because when she wasn't feeling all pissy at me she admitted to thinking the songs were 'ok'.
*sigh*
I'm thinking of flying up to Oregon to see it in Portland.


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bellelvsbeast
bellelvsbeast
Officer Kelli
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 07:58 am (UTC)

Ah I see how it is then...but really since you can't predict when she will be pissy, maybe it's a good thing you couldn't get tickets for her to see it with you, and now you can go see it somewhere else by yourself.
Portland rocks, the theatre it will be at is amazing (I am assuming it's the same one they have all the plays/musicals at). I saw Phantom there, Lion King, The Nutcracker (5 times, :P) and The Wind in the Willows...I hope you do get up there!


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witherwings7
witherwings7
Agent 27
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 08:26 am (UTC)

I saw Phatom at the Portland theater so I know how it is ;P
Also saw Phantom here numerous times


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bellelvsbeast
bellelvsbeast
Officer Kelli
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 08:32 am (UTC)

Oooh aren't you special! :P heehee


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witherwings7
witherwings7
Agent 27
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 08:41 am (UTC)

Yes, more special then thou /sarcasm ^_~
Phantom's my favorite Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, I adore it to pieces. Actually it's the first live show (besides the Hollywood Bowl) that I ever saw, saw it with Michael Crawford. I feel special seeing it with him.
Wicked is tied with Lion King as my second then it's Joseph then CATS :D


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bellelvsbeast
bellelvsbeast
Officer Kelli
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 08:56 am (UTC)

OOOH sarcasm, you are so cool...:P teehee...;)
It's my fave too!!! :) I lovest the songs and the storyline and the phantom...I need to get Dan a mask like his, wooo wooo! :)


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yodallama
yodallama
Jessi (Yoda to some)
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 06:19 pm (UTC)

Even if you don't get tickets, you can still lotto it. Yay for lotto!


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witherwings7
witherwings7
Agent 27
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 10:05 pm (UTC)

Lotto? I know only of the money making lotto ;P


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yodallama
yodallama
Jessi (Yoda to some)
Sun, Jul. 9th, 2006 11:04 pm (UTC)

Almost every show on Broadway, and some tours, do a lottory for tickets. 2 hours before the show starts you go to the theatre, and write your name on a card and put it in a bucket or something (for Wicked the tour usually brings a cauldron to use, cause they;re cool like that). Then they pull names out, and if your name is called you can buy tickets for the show for $25. In most theatres it is first row tickets, but that (and how many there are) varies depending on the theatre. It's an awesome awesome thing.


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