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  • American in Paris: $30 Tkts?  May 14 2015, 08:05:40 AM


     Actually, when my friend & I rushed and were given last row balcony, it wasn't terrible. Because it was a dance-centric show, you could see everything that was happening on stage. Yes, you don't see the details but that didn't take away from the fine performances.

  • swing? understudy? heirarchy  May 12 2015, 11:24:49 PM

    Thanks, BroadwayGuy!

    One more question: For Off-Broadway, do understudies have to be listed in the program/Playbill credits? For instance, in the Hamilton Playbill, only Javier Munoz was listed as a standby while understudies weren't listed at all. I assume when understudies went on (such as Alysha Deslorieux for Eliza) there was an understudy slip & a cast board notice.

  • swing? understudy? heirarchy  May 12 2015, 09:57:19 PM

    Is there a limit on how many roles a standby can cover? I remember in "American Idiot" that Van Hughes was standby for the three main male roles (Johnny, Will, Tunny) and then there was an also an understudy in the ensemble for each role.

    Also, can there be only one cover per principal role or must there be at least two? And I don't mean when an understudy or standy requests not to be listed, but that there actually is only one cover.

    And off-Broadway shows rarely have o

  • Lost Ticket  May 6 2015, 02:02:25 PM

    I bought a Wicked ticket with cash once, but the day of the show, when I got to the theater I couldn't find it in my bag. I went to the box office and I told them I misplaced my ticket and gave the date/day and time that I purchased it. They tried to look it up but they couldn't find the transaction. However, I remember the seat number so they gave me one of the seat slips that they use for lost tickets and I was good to go.

    If you can, go by the box office now and see if they

  • 2016 - 2017 Touring Season  May 6 2015, 01:53:38 PM

    "Anyone else get the email blast about this (previously mentioned, but I hadn't seen the site)? "

     I don't recall an eblast but I know of two people who were cast in it (Liesel and Rolfe).

  • Something Rotten Ushers and House Manager  May 4 2015, 03:07:37 PM

    I had seen American Idiot far more than I would care to admit, but after it closed, the next time I returned to the St. James (for On A Clear Day), the house manager actually remembered me and welcomed me back.

    Also, back when How To Succeed was still playing, I had bought tickets from Givenik (which is ran by Jujamcyn). I was excited and tweeted to them that it was for my birthday (it was still with Daniel so decent tickets were kinda hard to come by). When my family & I got t

  • Has anyone ever tried asking for a different rush seat?  May 3 2015, 06:55:49 PM

    Rush or lotto? For the former, if there isn't anyone waiting behind you, you might have a better chance getting different seats, depending on how willing the box office personnel are and how many seats total are set aside for rush (usually more than lotto allotment). For the latter, you're kinda stuck with what you get since there is a line and they have already pulled a set amount of tickets to give for lotto.

    However, if you go to that theater a lot, see the same box office peopl

  • Tony Predictions: No Guts No Glory  Apr 27 2015, 11:16:27 AM

    Michael Esper and Alysha Umphress receive nominations in their respective categories.

    Any actors/actresses from An American in Paris and Kelli O'Hara don't receive nominations.

  • Dream Hedwigs  Apr 22 2015, 01:34:26 AM

    I thinking maybe Michael Esper or Joey Taranto.

  • 2015 Easter Bonnet Presentation!  Apr 20 2015, 10:19:15 PM

    I agree that the Les Mis one was the best. I loved that John Rapson was able to perform as Javert even for one song; if you get to chance to see him in the role at the Imperial, go. Having Josh Colley as JVJ was fantastic. 

  • Rebecca Naomi Jones as Yitzhak in Hedwig Performance Review Thread  Apr 20 2015, 12:46:41 AM

    Here's Rebecca's finale look from Stephen's Twitter, minus her wig:


  • Gentleman's Guide Rush  Apr 18 2015, 08:21:44 PM

    "Has anyone rushed Gentleman's Guide lately? I'm thinking of taking a friend tomorrow and wanted to get a recent gauge on how crowded the rush has been. The Rush Report makes it sound like it has quieted down!"

     I rushed today as I wanted to see Kevin Massey as Monty (Greg Jackson was on for the D'Ysquith Family). I got there around 10:15am and got left box, row B, seat 3 for the matinee. It wasn't a bad view, missed a few things

  • re: Walter Kerr Seating advice ?  Apr 18 2015, 01:06:23 PM

    How are the boxes at the Kerr for Gentleman's Guide?

  • Rebecca Naomi Jones as Yitzhak in Hedwig Performance Review Thread  Apr 14 2015, 11:49:22 PM

    The only other time I've seen the show was with Michael & Lena so I was taking in both John's and Rebecca's performances. I thought she did a great job. She didn't wear a wig but had her naturally super curly hair in cornrows. She sounded great. Acted maybe a tad angrier than Lena.

  • Easter Bonnet Collection Period  Apr 13 2015, 02:58:03 PM

    It's the last week of collections. I highly doubt if they haven't collected before that they will be collecting now.

    So, Gigi and Skylight are probably not participating or going to participate.

    The Bway shows that are:


    The Audience


    Curious Incident

    Fish in the Dark

    A Gentlemen's Guide

    Hedwig and the Angry Inch

    Heidi Chronicles

    It's Only A Play

  • Will Swenson Last Show May 10th  Apr 13 2015, 11:36:53 AM

    Earl Carpenter will be taking over.

  • Congrats to GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE  Apr 6 2015, 04:37:10 PM

    "Count me in the group that loves this show, so I am thrilled with the news.  (But yes, to ANY show recouping.)
    It had been reported that Bryce WOULD be returning to GGLAM when his stint in Heidi was over.  Looking forward to seeing this again with my students next weekend.

     If you're seeing it the 17th-19th, you'll be seeing Kevin Massey as Monty. Pretty sure it will be his debut.

  • Can I borrow $900 For A Signed HAMILTON Poster?  Apr 4 2015, 12:35:50 AM

    Yes, there are still Playbills and posters at The Public.

  • Lucille Lortel Nominations 2015  Apr 2 2015, 08:35:33 PM

    Besides HAMILTON, I thrilled for Mint Theater's FASHIONS FOR MEN nomination for Outstanding Revival. I adore Mint and I enjoyed that show very much. Also, Carson Elrond for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play. I didn't see this production of THE HEIR APPARENT, but I saw him in the same role in the Shakespeare Theatre' production in DC. He was amazing. 

    For the HAMILTON acting nominations, choice for Lead Actor is rough. Both Lin and Leslie are truly amazing in their roles. For Fe

  • Easter Bonnet Collection Period  Mar 31 2015, 11:28:39 PM
    Re: Hamilton Poster… yeah, it's $250 plus I think $10 for shipping. However, I heard the cast were signing a bunch between the two Saturday shows to have some for the evening, so I don't know if they'll run out again soon.