Some folks might decide to stream the movie version instead. Or watch "When Harry Met Sally" and some other things that are way less expensive. A lot of those older folks kind of know what value is for their dollar, especially if they've been through the '87 crash, the 2000 and the 20008-9 down markets. With many of this show's appeal to those getting Social Security, and now maybe having to take out from nest egg retirement accounts to pay bills, they tend to consider their budgets. Some might splurge on a special treat, though they know it's over-priced from being theater-going veterans. Others might decide for the price of one Broadway ticket, they might be able to spend 4 or more nights in the theater at shows that aren't charging that much. Plus while some of the pandemic news is better these days in NY, it's still a concern to many.