Thread: The best Beacon seating chart EVER

schneile - 4/3/2007 at 05:47 PM

Check it out:

http://www.beacontheatrenyc.com/images/Beacon%20Seating%20Chart%20Master%20 PUBLIC%20030807.pdf

You can find your actual seat on this thing! WOW

Laura in NJ


schneile - 4/3/2007 at 07:09 PM

^ because this thing is really just the coolest!

Laura in NJ


WharfRat - 4/3/2007 at 07:28 PM

Freaking SWEET

Thanks Laura


BigDaveOnBass - 4/3/2007 at 07:43 PM

Laura, someone put this link in a thread a few days back, but you're right. It IS the best Beacon seating chart online.

Look for ORCH Row ZZ, seats 29-31. That's where Bluedad and I were Saturday.

Again, I want to apologize to John Lynsky for any uneasiness I may have caused when I returned to my seats to find him and his son in my seats Saturday. Keep in mind that I didn't recognize him in the darkness. The first thing I did was fold my arms across my chest and state in a firm, but even, tone, "Those are my seats." The young man on the outside seat immediately vacated, but the man on the inside seat, who I'd come to find out later was John, didn't move. My second statement was, "Those are both my seats." He then jumped up and scooted over towards the inside wall and said, "I'll just stand!" So there I am, arms folded, standing guard over my seats like some Hayseed Mafia hit man, when the young man, who is now in the aisle, leans over and says, "Sorry man. We were just checking out the show. My dad is the editor of Hittin' The Note magazine." I asked, "Who's your dad?" He answers, "John Lynsky." I immediately go over to John and put my arm around him and apologize profusely. "I'm sorry Mr. Lynsky! I didn't realize that was you! Man, have a seat!!!" I had just met him that same evening at the HTN party and didn't recognize his face in the low light of the show. Needless to say, I was a tad embarrassed.


bdwalton77 - 4/3/2007 at 07:54 PM

Dude stole your seat and wouldn't get up. How's that cool?


BigDaveOnBass - 4/3/2007 at 09:07 PM

quote:
Dude stole your seat and wouldn't get up. How's that cool?
He wasn't stealing it. He was borrowing it. It's all in how you look at things, capiche?

And it's not like I wasn't capable of removing him. If it had been any other person unknown to me, I would have used persuasive force if necessary. I'm nice to my friends, but if you piss me off....


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