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I went to go see the show Swing at the St James Theatre on Wednesday November 30 2000 The St James Theatre was located next to the Helen Hayes Theatre and across the street from The Majestic Theatre I saw the 8pm show with my friends Gina and Lindsay We got the tickets the night of the performance at the ticket booth which was located in the left of the lobby as soon as I walked in The lobby had a white floor and had sufficient space I thought that the lobby would be bigger this being a Broadway theater in all The doors outside that led inside the lobby were made of glass with metal handles and borders After we obtained the tickets we gave them to an attendant dressed in civilian clothing and after that we went through the concession side of the lobby which was the link between the lobby and the auditorium itself There the floor was covered in a red rug with golden designs We were then led up a curved stairwell by an usher and into our seats The rug pattern design was embroiled in the auditorium seating and floor as wellI found the seats a bit tight but nevertheless comfortable We had tickets for the balcony but it was closed so we were moved up closer to the stage So in the end we got better seats I could see the stage flawlessly The stage impressed me With every scene and musical number the stage would morph to give the show a certain pinnace Always on stage was the jazzswing band They were the element that tied the show together At times the area where the band was playing would move forward while the band kept playing The stage was never the same There was always a new aspect I was never bored It kept my attention going because it was always different Even with certain
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