Liza Minnelli is singing her heart out on Broadway this month, and the front row seats may be the bargain of a lifetime at $25.
Commanding the same stage her mother played in the '60s, Minnelli delivers hits such as "Cabaret," "Maybe This Time," and the capstone "Theme from NewYork , New York ."
The original plan to offer all the front row seats through a daily $25 lottery has been changed somewhat. While the seats are still just $25, they now go on sale at 7 p.m. first-come, first served. Though people have been lining up at the box office as early as noon to get the front-row seats. But the line can be a show in itself, according to some of the waiters.
The Palace Theatre, a Times Square vaudeville stage until it went legit in 1965 under The Nederlanders. In 1967, Judy Garland starred in a vaudeville show at the same venue called "At Home at the Palace."