- almost 50% cheaper than buying at regular price ($40 vs. $120)
- decent seating choice (on the ground floor)
- No guarantee of a seat; First come, first serve
- Seating is usually on the side of the theater, so you can’t always see everything
- You have to pay in cash
- Not all shows offer rush tickets
If you don’t have lots of time to wait around in line to guarantee you get a ticket, then this is a poor option. But! Each person can buy up to 2 tickets, so if YOU don’t have lots of time, maybe a leisurely friend does and can wait in line for the both of you. Plus they can make friends with the local homeless people while waiting.
I’ve also seen other plays in the more conventional way via buying tickets online. Both are great option.
For my wheelie friends: they almost always have wheelchair seating available for rush tickets or seats at the end of rows that you can transfer too. If you buy an accessible ticket the non-rush way, prices range from $40-$60, so rush tickets aren’t always worth the hassle. It’s up to you.
As far as theater accessibility is concerned, it’s great! Good view from the wheelchair spaces on the bottom floor. And a handicapped bathroom close to the seating. Parking is rough, just because you are downtown, but you can park anywhere on the street for free with your handicapped placard if you can find something.