First off, pay attention. We have the world at our fingertips. Yup, people period, don't keep up so I can see people sitting in their seats on a Donna night thinking they are seeing Bette. But if we are keeping up then those people can also and know before they walk into the theater.
As far as Bette is concerned.....I feel she went Hollywood. She in no way acted like a Broadway performer for the Tony Awards, nor did her producer. Her as* should have been out on that stage perf
I have always gotten the feeling that she just sits back and let's Michael take over. I wish she wouldn't as I have been in her presence and she appears to be a very nice and animated/talkative person.
I pass by there a lot and there is hardly ever a long line. Walked past today around 3 and there was nobody standing there. I pass by around 6:00 most evenings and usually see anywhere from one to 5 people in line. I see more people in line for Chicago than Mormon most days. Their lottery crowd is not as big as it used to be either.
Ado Annie D'Ysquith said: "And oh my gosh, how could I forget THE VISIT?! Thanks to this show, I can say I saw the legendary Chita Rivera bring the house down live and in person. That whole production was truly unlike anything I'd ever seen on Broadway."
THE VISIT was an incredible evening of theatre. The evening I saw it I ended up walking out with Donna McKechnie who was, of course, in to watch the show before she was to go into it. I told her I would be ba
Dysquith13 said: "I feel so sorry for the cast and crew of this if they have to hear those shrill noises 8 times a week. If it's any consolation, they might just be numb to it at this point, or they can anticipate the moments and plug their ears.
As someone easily spooked by loud noises in theater, this production sounds like one I'll be steering clear of.
The cast was on Charlie Rose last night and were quite excited about the sound desig