Hello, I have never been on Amtrak or even seen a train station outside of Sodor, so I apologize if my questions sound nonsensical. I'm well aware that what I'm about to ask may be laughably impossible, but if it's not, I would love to know. This is not a math test, but a real-world scenario: I will be going to see a show near Penn Station (NYC) that starts at 7pm. The show claims to last exactly 2:35, or be done at 9:35pm. It will take me 10 minutes by car/15 by foot to get to Penn Station, where the latest train departing is a Northeast Regional leaving at 10:05pm. Can this be accomplished? Obviously, a dozen things can go wrong, like getting stuck in the theater, being unable to get a cab, show running late, so it's not ideal. But is it possible? Things I don't know: How big is the station? Can you show up 1 minute before departure and hop on? How quickly can I get from the entrance of the station to the Northeast Regional? Do these trains typically depart on time, or do I stand a good chance of getting lucky because the trains are always late? Am I missing something obvious? Really appreciate any help the experts on this forum can provide. Thank you in advance!