Going to the theater is very popuar and shows are often sold out far in advance. It is a good idea to buy your tickets in advance if you want to see a particular show. It is not necessary to tip the person who shows you to your seat in a theater.
人们很喜欢看戏，而且戏票常常是很早就预售一空。 如果你想看某一场演出，最好是提前买票。 没有必要给剧院领座的人付小费。
1.A： I'd like to reserve two seats for tomorrow night.
B： Would you like orchestra seats？
A： Isn't there anything less expensive？
B： Not unless you want the matinee.
2.A： Can I still get tickets for tonight's performance？
B： The front balcony is still availavle.
A： Aren't there any other seats？
B： No， I'm afraid that's it.
3.A： Are there any seats left for Saturday night？
B： I still have a fiw seats in the mezzanine.
A： I suppose there's nothing cheaper， is there？
B： No. Nothing. I'm sorry.
4.A： Is there anything available for tonight？
B： There are some seats in the rear mezzanine.
A： Isn't there anything else available？
B： No， the show is almost sold out