Inside the New York Public Library, Rita gave her 5-minute seminar on “Thank-you, Andrew Carnegie, for building over 3500 FREE libraries all over America.”....Then, we walked past Bryant Park...and up five short blocks to Times Square...
The time was getting close for our theater.
At 2:30, we rushed over to the Schoenfeld Theater, at 236 W 45th St (which was just across the alley from the 46th Street side of the Edison) to get our tickets from the Will Call booth. I'd left the paperwork in the room, but Val had the order number on her smartphone...so we were able to get our tickets.
This was the one event I worried about when I was putting our itinerary together. Neither Deena nor Val had never heard of the play, and Maddie might be too young to understand what happened that day.
Deena and I sat together and we were both crying...Val and Maddie sat across the aisle. Maddie said she wished she had a tissue for the woman sitting next to her. When we walked out, both Deena and Val said if they could get a ticket for that night, they would GO AGAIN.
Deena downloaded the music on her phone before we even got back to our room!!
Hummm...if only we had a 7:00 reservation at one of the most famous restaurants in the world..!!