How was your experience?
It's expensive, unique, and truly entertaining. The Lucky in Love show was impressive overall, even on opening night, and the only bit I object to is the price. I brought my out-of-town girlfriend to the show and she truly enjoyed the night of hilarity and decent food for $74 (general seating). Goldstar tickets makes it much more economical, with ~$40 off each ticket for general seating. Other seating has a better view, and the closest seats are the most involved. The $74 goldstar ticket beats the $123 that you would pay directly through the not-for-profit venue. Goldstar's service charge is 9.00 per ticket, drinks were expensive, and Zinzanni added another $6 per person on the final bill (I had seen other reviewers post that the charge was $10 per person).