If this was in the financial industry, this would be akin to inside trading, then to gloat on your employers corporate email and to boot call your superior and boss a wanker, New York Times had no choice what's so ever.
This also could make it hard for Brantley reviewing a Rudin show negatively from now on.
The same Lloyd Webber bashers join the line every time. The seem to be kind of bitter about something, maybe that the popular opinion goes and buys tickets to his show. Despite a sustained hatchet show by the New York Times.
As Jesse Green I am sure he has moved up in peoples' estimations now, after that one of a kind review, it must feel great to be second bottom at last. Who are Vulture.com anyway, I think the .com is a bit of a clue.
Understandably that Jake would want a shot at the Tony, who wouldn't?
This sends another message and that is how bloated the Tony awards are, why do you need a committee of 800 plus to decide if your show is worthy? A lot of these voters are from out of town tour theatres and not interested in the artistic merits of a show, but what will likely make up the next season package.
This is a good opportunity for the Tony committee to make changes and cut the amount
So Waitress and The Front Page, the only shows of last year to announce they've recouped?
I don't remember Hamilton announcing that it has recouped? But undoubtly it has? Same for Aladdin must be in the black now? Cannot be long before School of Rock announces?
Dear Evan Hansen, A Bronx Tale, Cats and Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comets of 1812 are all on course to announce in time? Then Hello Dolly can announce it has recouped before it has opened with $25m i