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Birthday: 2 - 28
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  • The 50 best Broadway songs ever?  Dec 5 2016, 07:01:41 PM

     

    Bravo. Well done.

     

     

  • Alice Drummond Has Passed Away  Dec 3 2016, 10:29:38 AM

     

    I loved her in so many things, including her funny little inebriated routine in Ellis Rabb's legendary You Can't Take It With You.

     

     

  • First review for BEST WORST THING EVER COULD HAPPENED  Nov 29 2016, 11:11:05 PM

    ^^^^ Agreed!

     

  • First review for BEST WORST THING EVER COULD HAPPENED  Nov 28 2016, 11:22:20 PM

     

     

    Sheer perfection. I was so moved by the individual stories. I wanted to see them all.

    I saw the original three times: once with James Weissenbach and twice after Jim Walton took over. It was so disillusioning to see my heroes from Company and Follies and A Little Night Music--the seminal shows of my teenage years--fail. And fail so embarrassingly.

    And then it was 1982, and Broadway began to die. And my friends began to die. And, inside, I began to die

  • Theatrical Wind Chill Factor  Nov 28 2016, 04:42:54 PM

     

    "Theatrical wind chill"...how long did it take you come up with such a dumb, LABORED metaphor?

     



  • Theatrical Wind Chill Factor  Nov 28 2016, 04:42:54 PM

     

    "Theatrical wind chill"...how long did it take you come up with such a dumb, LABORED metaphor?

     



  • Talkin' Broadway All That Chat  Nov 27 2016, 07:14:31 PM

     

    A little humility would go a long way, both on these boards, and in life. 

     

    Physician, heal THYSELF!

     

  • Has a Broadway musical ever been the subject of a national controversy before?  Nov 22 2016, 10:34:01 PM

     

    The answer is obviously NO. The only times a Broadway musical has been nation ally relevant was as entertainment or inspiration, as was Camelot after the assassination of JFK, or titillating, as were Oh, Calcutta and Hair.

    But never controversy!

     

  • Andy Mientus joins Wicked tour..  Nov 19 2016, 09:29:03 PM

     

    Mine as well.

     

  • Who got bumped?  Nov 19 2016, 09:28:04 PM

     



     

  • Who got bumped?  Nov 19 2016, 07:33:41 PM

    Retweeted Jeeves Williams (@jeeveswilliams):

    Trump’s so angry at theatre, he's gonna try to build a fourth wall.

  • Mike Pence Gets  Nov 19 2016, 11:52:22 AM

     

  • Mike Pence Gets  Nov 19 2016, 11:47:31 AM

     

    It should be pointed out that when Dick Cheney, of all people, attended Hamilton, the audience did not boo.

    Only members of the new Trump administration engenders booing.

    FWIW...

     

  • Mike Pence Gets  Nov 19 2016, 11:29:16 AM

     

    How can they boycott Hamilton if they can't even get tickets to it?

     

  • Andy Mientus joins Wicked tour..  Nov 17 2016, 01:11:56 PM

     

    I don't get the animus against this performer. He's talented and good-looking and in a relationship with another talented and good-looking performer who's also become an accomplished director. I don't get why you all rag on him...

    Oh, wait. Yes, I do. You no-account bitchez are JEALOUS.

     

  • Tony and Katie Huff Yazbeck expecting  Nov 15 2016, 01:05:17 PM

     

    Mazel tov to a beautiful couple!

  • GYPSY on PBS  Nov 15 2016, 10:28:41 AM

    imeldasturn said: "To be fair, Sondheim called Imelda one of the greatest Roses and after calling her Lovett one of the greatest performances he has ever seen he said that when he heard Imelda singing everything's coming up roses for the first time it was like he never heard the song before."

     

    He's always been very nice to actors.

    She also said he gave her three "fantastic" notes, which she said "are mine only, and whic

  • GYPSY on PBS  Nov 15 2016, 12:06:05 AM

     

    Oh, lord, he would have been blistering.

    Whatever you might say about Arthur's use of melodramatic climaxes (the catfight in The Turning Point, the rape in West Side) he prided himself on the subtlety and psychological nuance. He would talk about "earning the audience's reaction" and the danger of resorting to "unearned emotion." Also, liked twists and reveals and things that were "not as they seem at first." 
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  • GYPSY on PBS  Nov 14 2016, 11:21:22 PM

     

    Anyway, she may have been good in the theater, but on television, as Arthur would have said, "She stinks."

     

  • RIP United States Theatre: 1750-2016  Nov 9 2016, 04:38:32 PM

     

    Don't worry about the theater. The theater will be fine.

     

    Worry instead about healthcare. 

    Worry about Trump scuttling the Iran deal.

    Worry about Trump repealing the estate tax and reducing taxes on the rich?

    Worry about Trump increasing the deficit.

    Worry about Trump deporting 11 million people.

    Worry about Trump build that fucKing wall.

    Worry about him "draining the swamp"--whatever you

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