I have always wanted to drop in and see it. Recently I decided to buy a window card there and found out they were moving. Sorry now that I never went. Will be at the new place when it opems to get that wimdow card.
bdn223 said: "Rudin would pay Lupone 3x whatever Labelle is currently asking for before settling for Labelle.
The only way i see Rudin recasting the entire production alla when Pearl Bailey, would be if he could get someone the caliber or Queen Latifah, Mary J Blige, Octavia Spencer, or Viola Davis, where their current income comes mostly from their Artistic works and not Pies. In other words, so it is seen as an Honor and not a marketing gimmic.
If/Then was my favorite score of the shows nominated. I don't judge by "hummable" songs but I was humming it at intermission and at the end of the show. I listened to it a lot for about 6 months after the recording was released and this thread is making me put it back into rotation!
Well sorry to offend, but she is an adult. She made choices. She stayed with him and let him abuse her. I am not blaming her for "what" he did to her I am just saying that she made the choices she did. Yes, he was TOTALLY wrong. Totally.
I was very close to a relationship exactly like this. For a long time. He had anger issues and she stayed. She had chances to just leave but didn't. There are reasons a lot of us may not understand as to why a person will stay in
Her first mistake was saying yes to him attending the party with her. In my opinion, the price of the tickets would not matter had I endured what she said she had. She could have gotten someone else to go. She evidentally had the tickets in her possesion. As drunk as she says she was, she was also evidentally coherent enough to decide to go back to his place and remember the details.
With that said, we have all made bad decisions. JMO
It was pretty packed on Sunday evening. I got a discount ticket about 4 days before. The only seats left were the ones in the upper left corner of the theater. My seat was last row center left aisle seat. I moved to the end seat in the front row of the empty section. There were also 5 seats available in the back two center rows.
Only obstruction was when they were leaninig against the pole during a few scenes. No big deal. The actors come into the audience several times.
Vintage, I kind of understood Patrick's upset. Back then there were nowhere near as many gay bars asnthere are now. They were a special place. I suppose he was thinking more about legacy and having a place for gay people to comgregate.Even though Wes tells them about some things to come, Patrick was still in the 70's. Back then we were not that optimistic that things would advance the way they have in the gay community.