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March 18, 2019

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The vessel has become popular enough that they are now requiring tickets, which are free, but come free two weeks out and generally sell out! Exciting new neighborhood for NYC and performing arts, etc.!

Rachel, there are also opportunities for "same day tickets" which are made available on the Vessel's website beginning at 8AM each morning. Supposedly, they also open up selected future dates for some tickets. There's an online queue and waiting time involved, though -- like most everything in New York.

Here's the website for booking beginning at 8AM each day: https://www.hudsonyardsnewyork.com/discover/vessel

There is an elevator which is for the exclusive use of ADA individuals, but it's cool too. It moves on a diagonal and then curves outward.

Haglund,

I’m just popping in to say that I loved the Don Q last night. Thanks for continually keeping us in the know as to when these screenings are coming up.

Wasn't Akane Takada gorgeous?! Acosta really stuffed his production with challenging technical material for both ensemble and soloists.

AT was indeed gorgeous and I loved the production. This is how to treat a company: lots of opportunities for lots of dancers to gain stage experience and show what they can do. Non-stop action and everyone was in on it.

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