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- Parade Revival? Jul 22
2016, 07:35:38 PM
Just as they don't replicate the bloated original and do the Donmar Warehouse version instead.
Anyway it is doomed to failure, as Americans don't like self analyst and criticism, which Parade does.
- Broadway Real Estate Jul 22
2016, 05:45:19 AM
Sadly it looks like we may have 5 empty theatres this fall, with shows waiting to the spring to load their new show in.
Looks like we are going to have the:
Any chance these might have a show this year?
- MOTOWN Will Conclude Broadway Run Early on July 31 Jul 22
2016, 05:33:17 AM
qolbinau said: "I hope that War Paint doesn't transfer before the spring, mainly because I'm not confident that this is the best time of year to open a show. They will miss the summer rush and could open in a slower period (e.g. September/October), then will have make it past the winter till when I can see it haha (in the Spring). That said, with this particular cast and opening at a time where there isn't much competition, maybe it will be fine.
Grief has Dear
- List of Shows in Southern California Jul 21
2016, 06:38:53 AM
Hi-five Tripelite from London
Looking to come out to California in November.I couldn't find a decent website for theatre in the Los Angeles area, you do get the Los Angles Theatre website, which is replicated fo every city in America, but with a different city name, however this website is very very limited. I have put a link below, so everyone is on the same page as me.
Would be very handy if someone did something similar for San
- Fiddler Closing Jul 21
2016, 06:29:04 AM
HogansHero said: "carnzee said: "Why is this? I mean I can guess why it might be foolish to revive Fiddler, but I wondered if you could elaborate. Also I really appreciate your posts, Hogan."
I think that large scale revivals are, in general, the stuff of non-profits (which essentially means LCT by default). I don't think there is enough interest to sustain a long enough run to make the lines cross (meaning break even). In this particu
- Fiddler Closing Jul 20
2016, 03:58:09 AM
I think this has had a decent run in a very big theatre, with no real names.
I don't suspect the producers envisaged it to run any longer.
This will always pull in musical aficinardos and a big vibrant Jewish population in New York.
- Cats Previews Jul 15
2016, 07:04:41 PM
D91 said: "Sat is the first row of the Mezz last night. I have seen the show more times than I can count from the time I was 9 years old. I am 25 now! I was extremely excited to see it again, but was ready to be disappointed. I WAS NOT!!! and trust me I find something wrong every time I go to see it because I always felt there was nothing that could live up to the times I saw it on Broadway!
The band was great it was rocking all night! Rum Tum Tugger was rockin.
- What theatre will Jul 10
2016, 08:31:10 PM
The Palace in London, was originally built as an opera house.
- What theatre will Jul 10
2016, 03:24:21 PM
Be sure that the Shuberts, Nederlander and Jujamcun are all in line vying to get this in one of their theatres, my feeling this will go into the August Wilson, with Jersey Boys running out of steam.
Nothing will be reported until after the London press night and assuming the critic are good, Michael Riedel will be all over this.
- How long will Paramour last? Jul 8
2016, 06:55:45 PM
HogansHero said: "Phantom of London said: "I wasn't aware they passed on the Lyric before?"
Well I am not "aware" either but the theatre has been vacant for long stretches, and has been sold several times, with nary a peep out of Disney even though they are undoubtedly not unaware of the albatross that sits opposite their crown jewel. So it does seem pretty clear to me they have no interest in it.
This could be ju
- How long will Paramour last? Jul 7
2016, 08:05:38 PM
I wasn't aware they passed on the Lyric before?
- How long will Paramour last? Jul 7
2016, 05:26:29 PM
In time it will run out of steam, it's obvious that tourists are keeping this going, but once it starts to show it cannot make any money, it will simply decamp and move to Vegas, the Venetian hasn't got a big show and other hotel franchises would snap it up.
Thought the Lyric would be the ideal Broadway house for Frozen, rather than the St James, onviously I expect Frozen to sell out, so would of assumed that Disney would have been all over the lyric, those 300 - 400 extra seat
- SHUFFLE ALONG Sets Sudden Broadway Closing After Audra McDonald Departs Jun 26
2016, 05:01:39 PM
Insurance would be void here, because she has already announced she was leaving for London, maybe the London production has insurance to guard against this.
- Who will take the music box? Jun 25
2016, 09:10:03 PM
haterobics said: "Didn't the music box (aka Lot 665) already sell for 30 francs to the Vicomte de Chagny?!
- SHUFFLE ALONG Sets Sudden Broadway Closing After Audra McDonald Departs Jun 25
2016, 08:56:16 PM
On a positive note it is great that the shows longevity is reliant on a Broadway star, that only really does theatre, not someone from the movies or television,
- Al Pacino to Play Tennesse Williams in New Play? Jun 24
2016, 06:43:37 PM
No crib sheets.
whatndo you think those couple of Mac Books were planted on the set of Chima Doll, they weren't there for decoration.
- Elizabeth Vincentelli Has Been Let Go From the NY Post! Jun 24
2016, 01:43:56 PM
Suppose website have heat maps of what is popular and not, compared to others - so this would have made the decision for the New York Post. gone are they days of the great Clive Barnes.
Theatre related articles are on the decline, which is a shame.
- SHUFFLE ALONG Sets Sudden Broadway Closing After Audra McDonald Departs Jun 24
2016, 12:45:26 PM
An argument I have heard on here many times, where posters say "why don't they open the show in the Spring instead of the Fall", we have a good example here with the only Spring shows open:
Shuffe Along (Closing soon)
Bright Star (Closed)
Tuck Everlasting (Closed)
Nerds: The Musical (Never Opened)
She Love Me (Open - Limited Engagement)
American Psycho (Closed)
- Bright Star - Stop Clause? Jun 22
2016, 04:46:07 PM
I am not sure either that the Shuberts enacted the stop clause for Rocky, why would they? Issue closure proceedings for the theatre to sit empty for months, including the important thanksgiving - christmas period, if they were going to evoke the stop clause they would have done so in January, which gives the next show to load in for the Spring.
- Riedel on Groundhog Day being in big trouble Jun 22
2016, 04:31:55 PM
Production costs are too high on Broadway, with to many hanger oners and people on super inflated salaries.