Went with a friend to a Wednesday matinee January 12. Paid full price for my ticket last summer $99 for orchestra seats over on the side. Row F I believe seats 13 1nd 15. His husband was unexpectadly in town so we went to the TKTS booth and bought him a ticket for $79. Center orchestra Row E. He was seated behind someone with big hair however and joined us after intermission because there was a (rare) empty seat beside us in a house that was very near capacity. No matter what we paid for our seats and no matter where we sat, we all thoroughly loved the show and the cast (May should single out Matt Doyle, Jennifer Simard and Claybourne Elder as well as someone with the name of Lupone as truly spectacular. No that wouldn't be fair because the entire cast was great and Lenk must have been in exceptional voice that afternoon because I have no complaints about her singing) and the direction (the comedy seems much broader in this production than in any other I have seen but very well executed never gratuitous) Does anyone know who worked on the book for this? I didn't see any credit in the program nor find one online. Was it all Elliot (with input from Sondheim of course?) The sex change from Bobby to Bobbi works very well. I had been skeptical. It does change the sho a bit but in no way damages it. My nephew and his wife are coming into town next month and I hope they want to see it. I would love to go again.