Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Kansas City Culture Question: Would You Pay 300 Bucks to See Hamilton?!?! Why???

A newsworthy line for local middle-class millionaires . . .

"And tickets could be had for as little as $338."

Here's a preview of cowtown culture for the Summer . . .

'Hamilton' In Kansas City: Dates, Tickets To Hottest Show In US

KANSAS CITY, MO - "Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit, Tony Award-winning musical about Alexander Hamilton, is playing at more than 20 theaters nationwide this year, including many shows in Kansas City. That's right - you don't have to fly to New York City and brave Broadway ticket-hawkers to see the hottest show in America.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would pay it, because I got it.

Sorry beetches.

Anonymous said...

^^Me too! Don't forget this blog caters to broke geriatrics. The can't afford shit. Plus, they have no culture so this is lost on them.

Guac said...

^^^^^^^^ The people who really got it don't flaunt it 7:44 & 7:48 just showed everybody that they're really broke.

Bwahahahahahaahhahahahahaa!

Anonymous said...

Step right up and pay through the nose for pointless revisionism! Yay!

Anonymous said...

Why should I pay to see a musical for the suburban white guilt crowd.

Anonymous said...

$100 is to see the show. The rest is for being able to brag to your friends and relatives that you have seen it.

Cain KC said...

^^^^^ +100 Truth.

Anonymous said...

8:14am hits the nail on the head.
Just think:You can ride THE streetcar, then walk past the empty storefronts along Main Street, have an overpriced artisinal cocktail and maybe some avocado toast, take in THE show,
and then take selfies and talk about how upscale, woke, and sophisticated you have become.
Brooklyn in the mid-west.
It doesn't get any better than this!

Anonymous said...

^^Sorry geezer. It's not for you. Please don't comment on things you're ignorant of. Also, as this takes place outside, you will likely never see it. Stay on here and do what you do best: shitting yourself over other people living their lives.

Anonymous said...

Ooh popular culture is weird and scary! I'd better stay away!!!

Anonymous said...

^^Who are you fooling Maude...you were always staying away! You've never been anywhere or done anything. This sad blog is the highlight of your day.

Anonymous said...

I think I'll save my money for a true example of "Multiculturalism", and wait for the roadshow of "Porgy And Bess", starring Justin Bieber as Porgy.

Anonymous said...

^^Geezer reference. Best to wait for Matlock. It's more your speed.

Anonymous said...

7:56: So true. With a few flashy exceptions, most wealthy conceal rather than flaunt their wealth.

Anonymous said...

If I want to be preached at by homosexuals I'll go to the Unity Temple. For free.

Anonymous said...

^^Or go back home where daddy can be hard you!

Just For the Record said...

Only those who have short dicks and no money try and make you think they have both. Those who have one or both of them feel no need to brag about it. If you have to flaunt it, it means you ain't got it. Sort of goes hand in hand with making fun of people who have a better life than you haters do. So you haters think making diaper jokes and geezer jokes makes you feel more relevant when all it proves to the world is how huge a loser you really are.

Anonymous said...

^^Umm... no it doesn't. False. The diaper and geezer jokes are hilarious! If you don't think so, you must be a geezer with a shitty diaper and no life.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Or perhaps someone with a more refined sense of humor who finds potty jokes a tad juvenile.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^+100

Anonymous said...

@10:17AM bitch, you've come to the wrong place for that!

Anonymous said...

^^ Have a nice day!

Anonymous said...

cultural misappropriation

Anonymous said...

Why would I pay $300 when I can see South Pacific for free in the park.

Now get off my lawn!

Anonymous said...

Was that English? Try harder.

Anonymous said...

Read Alexander Hamilton's wikipedia, he was a brilliant man, starting as a child. A financial genius. The play is a sacrilege of his memory, make a factual movie about him, not some gay black dance off.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Thank you, Mike Pence.

Sorry you're still butthurt over the cast singling you out.