I didn't say I was going lately. When I go, I've found ways to see shows for less. Yes, even shows with "Stars". $99 is way overpriced for what a lot of shows are charging for the back of the balcony. I posted a while back what the equivalent of "Funny Girl" and other shows were charging for top ticket during their runs and its equivalent in today's dollar. Today's shows are asking many times for a much bigger part of the average theatergoer's salary. After premium pricing ("The Producers") kicked in, shows really took off in terms of what they charged. With the new economics nowadays, as people are saying, prices are coming down closer to the date of the show. I've seen many great performances and shows before, so I'm in no rush. Get a more enjoyable job yourself that pays less so you don't feel the need to snap at others. I'd rather not feel rooked. Or be part of a standing ovation for a show that doesn't deserve one when it's a self-rationalizing justification for many for paying for overpriced tickets.