I agree with most posters and enjoyed the play every much. Such natural dialogue and believable choices being made. Hard to pick a side. Nottage makes you empathetic to all characters. Bravo on the set design for that small space.
RippedMan: That said. Will we ever get stage combat that looks real?!
^^LOL It is unfortunate that it's seldom we see believable stage combat.&n
Broke theatre lover here. I love the Signature and am only able to afford one of these shows (before they both sell out). Which show do you all recommend? Both Master Harold... and Death of the Last Black Man look terrific.
For those who have seen this, is it scary in any way? I want to take my parents to a show, but my mother gets scared easily. If not this, I'll take them to The Humans. It'll be my second time, so I wanna see something new, but am afraid The Encounter may be too intense for my mother.
I Love the Pershing Square Signature Center and I love the Linny for it's intimacy, but it definitely has the most troublesome seating. If the stage is raised, as it often is, row A's eyes are at ground level. The mezzanine is almost obstructed with tall railing. I know they're setting it up differently from this photo, but even in Daphne's Dive, it was courtyard style and the stage was quite raised. I remember thinking, "wow, I'd really o
Ya, the St. James will be dark for a good year for their renovations after Something Rotten closes. They're extending the depth of the stage. They're actually going to start work behind the current stage wall (in the alley-way) while Something Rotten is still playing. Once it closes, they'll break the back wall and continue/finish the project. I believe they're adding 10 extra feet of depth to the stage. The Helen Hayes will also get a nice renov