The revival of Side Show. Well, more in the sense that I wish I had the money at the time to keep it open longer. I know, not helpful if I put funding down because I liked it and nobody was seeing it anyway.
SporkGoddess said: "IMO, the songs just ran together too much. Many of my favorite shows have scores that people don't find catchy, so I don't think that'd be the root of the problem for me. It's just that the songs from this show aren't memorable. There were only about a few that stuck in my memory - "Stay," "Goodbye, Amelie," and the one Nino sings when he's putting up those flyers. There was also a duet adult Amelie
I forget if I've read about this here, but some people in my row were dangling their feet over the seat in front of them at Amélie yesterday. This was in the mezzanine. Since when is this appropriate behavior? I mean, the ones who did have someone sitting in front of them had to stop, but some didn't.
I saw it this afternoon. I have not seen the movie, so I don't know the differences. It was alright. Nothing offensive about it. But, I did start getting a little bored about 45 minutes in. From what I was interpreting, they could have done so much with the sets and props, but didn't. It could have been a little more magical or imaginative looking at times. The score was also slightly boring because I thought it all sounded really similar. Makes it
I only have a few that I've gotten from the Broadway Flea Market. It's mostly for the productions I've found the costumes and sets to be impressive to look back on like Shrek, Kinky Boots, Pippin, and Priscilla Queen of the Desert. I like the Spamalot one, but I mostly bought that for Sara Ramirez pictures. :)
IlanaKeller said: "Marianne2 said: "Is it stealing if you take something out of the public library and then copy it for your own use?"
"If they didn't want people to have access to the material, they shouldn't get put in a place where people can fins it. I realize this mostly just applies to cast recordings, legal films, and book materials."
Is it stealing if you take something out of the public library and then copy it for your own use? If they didn't want people to have access to the material, they shouldn't get put in a place where people can fins it. I realize this mostly just applies to cast recordings, legal films, and book materials.
Random question for those who bought a window card. I didn't want to make a separate thread for something small like this.
Did anyone else find theirs to be slightly longer than the standard 14"x22" size? I finally got my frame for mine yesterday and went to put it in today and it didn't fit. I took another of my other window cards to see if the frame was slightly off, but it fit. Then I noticed the Sunday one is slightly wider. I mean only to the point of eithe