If you were looking to produce a show in an Off Broadway size house (lets say below 250 seats), what resources would you use to try and find a space? I'm basically looking for rentals and just trying to figure out the best place to look.
'Anything Goes' Starting Time Apr 17
2011, 08:47:30 PM I read somewhere that they did it for their subscribers, many of whom prefer the 7:00pm start time.
Sleep No More is AMAZING Apr 15
2011, 02:23:11 PM Did anybody happen to follow around Malcolm? I think the only time I ever saw him all night was at the banquet scene. I find the idea of him being a detective interesting, but I'm not sure if they ever did anything with it.
Things I saw: -Skinny guy in one of the stores on the "shop" street did an examination on what appeared to be a dead girl. She eventually woke up and they did a dance together. I think she may have been one of the witches? -Witch orgy scene in the nightclub with Macbeth. Lady in a red dress sits in the back and watches the whole time. -Lady Macbeth's "out damn spot" scene and her getting in the tub to cleanse herself -Same skinny guy from shop appe
HipTix Question Mar 20
2011, 12:04:47 PM You can always buy your tickets directly at the box office and walk away with them in your hands. I did this for Anything Goes last week and they never asked for ID or proof of membership. I have a HipTix Gold account and they didn't even bother to verify it.
Play Dead! Jan 21
2011, 10:37:55 AM I would also say the show is more fun-scary than scary-scary. Sure people scream at times, but it is more screams of laughter than screams of terror.
Nobody refused to go up on stage at the performance I attended. He did seem to pick mostly younger people (under 35) for the extended bits. Probably because they are less likely to say "no".
There were less than 60 people there on Tuesday night (but one of them was David Blaine). TDF gave me row E seats 5 and 7, but we were moved to 7 & 9 I think because of a broken seat. To give ourselves a little space, we moved to seats 9 and 11. I was brought up on stage to participate in the crowbar bit, if that makes sense.
Dave1606 - it is about advertised at 85 minutes long, but I think it went longer. They also held the house for awhile, but you'll be out be
Play Dead! Jan 19
2011, 12:26:14 PM I saw this show last night and really enjoyed it. I got a TDF ticket and ended up in Row E, seats 7 and 9. I took the seat by the wall but I got still picked to "participate" in the show. Closer and on the aisle is better, but I still got my fair share of interaction sitting by the way.
Heathers Concert at Joes Pub Sep 15
2010, 11:29:51 AM "Just out of curiousity, are you aware that "F*ck me gently with a chainsaw" is probably one of the most quoted lines from the movie?"
I'm guessing the answer is "no". Ignorance breeds intolerance.
The "tasteless and offensive" line is choice too. I mean, did you even see the movie? If you can't handle the tone and subject matter of the movie then of course you are going to be offended by the musical.
re: who have you gotten stuff back from? May 11
2010, 09:54:10 PM This may be a dumb question to ask, but for those of you who have gotten signed playbills and photos back, did you send them to them for signature or just write them a letter and include a SASE? I'd send my own stuff, but I'm worried if I don't get a response I'd lose my Playbills. Plus it's not like they don't have tons of them sitting around.
If you don't send your own stuff, do you ask for particular things when you write? Or is it best to send a general fan letter and hope for
Michele Obama AT Memphis Today Mar 22
2010, 02:20:03 PM Nice try, orangeskittles but unfortunately you are trying to argue with Chuck012 by using facts. Since his response Bush using gov't resources to travel was basically "get over Bush!", you should realize that he isn't as much concerned with the truth as he is just trying to heckle Obama and the Democrats. This is the typical Republican response these days.
"You are entitled to your own opinions but you aren't entitled to your own facts."
And also, no need to mention that George W. Bush used tax payer money to take Air Force One to his ranch in TX an estimated total of 77 times during his 8 year term. I guess that isn't relevant, right?