LightsOut90 said: "can anyone explain why the florescent lights come down during the last scene? I'm still super confused by that.
I just saw the show tonight and was wondering the same thing. The entire set overall was the worst part of the show to me. Anyone know their reasoning for not extended the set to the sides? I was sitting in the center Orchestra yet could see the actors walk through the door and see the other side of it, why would this be done on
Ok so clearly I'm in the minority besides a few others here but I sat front row on the stage tonight and absolutely hated how she sounded. It sounded like a drunken lisp mixed with some awful accent. Also a lot of shouting like previously said. I would have enjoyed this a lot more if she didn't talk that way, it was more then just being eccentric, it was making me question if her character was a bit slow.
I thought Arndt was fantastic though but overall the moral of the story for me
I've never walked out of a show before cause I'm always curious to see if it gets better or worse. That being said if I had the chance I would have walked out of The Anarchist, which is still the show I hated the most that I've seen. I was stuck in middle of the front row of the mezz, that show made me want to jump off the mezz. Just awful.
There are others I wish I would have left. Dr. Zhivago was miserable and sitting through both parts of wolf hall in the
RaisedOnMusicals said: "So here is what confuses me. When this show played in London (and it's the exact same play) it received across the board raves from every paper in Britain that reviewed it. I don't mean positive reviews, I mean raves (and that includes one from Brantley in the NYT who reviewed it as well. So why was it so well received in London (and it sold out every single seat during its run) but is getting trashed by so many here? Are the audiences so different? &n
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neonlightsxo said: "I disagree with Just John, I saw Billy Elliot from the rear mezz and it was fine. We don't know how Comet is going to fit in that space yet so I can't speak to that, but it's not bad at all IMO.
I saw Billy Elliot from the rear mezz as well and thought it was just fine.