Yes "Evermore" is not "If I Cant't Love Her", but it seems that this song fits this version of the Beast more than IICLH. Personally I find the lyrics so beautiful and show that he has truly learned to love, even if he cannot have it.
I have been in love with Jane for years, and I love how she was in that interview. She is one of America's very underrated comedians. No one can deliver a wackadoo line quite like she can with complete genuine composure. The fact that her dad might not see the show and for her reasons for taking it are heartbreaking and inspiring.
Just bought my Tickets for May 3rd (thank you LincTix). So excited to be there when she walks back onstage after her long battle. She looks great in the dress too! The New York Theatre Community will welcome you back Marin with warm arms.
I had HIPTIX for the first preview and my tickets were moved to June after the announced they were pushing the start date back. I received notification through the mail. You can also log into your account on Roundabout and see if they also moved you seats.
I am not really a big collector so I just go to see what I can find, see if anything catches my eye. I did get this really cool cookbook from The Public Theatre table. It is called "Shakespeare's Kitchen" Its quite stunning and was only a buck. I went back to work and showed people and they loved it so much I came back and cleaned out the remaining 8 of them for people at work. A girl working at one of the tables down by the Shubert saw the book and liked it, told her since she
Here are all the references and he gives proper credit:
“My Shot” contains elements of “Shook Ones Pt. II” written by Albert Johnson, Kejuan Waliek Muchita, published by Universal Music - MGB Songs obo itself and Juvenile Hell (ASCAP) / Universal Music - Careers obo itself and P. Noid Publishing (BMI); and “Going Back To Cali” written by Osten Harvey, Jr., Roger Troutman, Christopher Wallace, published b
In all seriousness, the ice cream in the theatre (west end) is a staple and something I loved getting while I was over there. The ginger ice cream that most of the theaters sold was to die for. Why is it not a problem over there but it would be over here? How is it any different than beverages getting spilled? I would much rather have small little ice cream cups in the theatre (which is what they are), than drunk trashy tourists sipping on their 15 dollar sippy cups of cheap