Idina Menzel interview in Washington Post

MCfan2
Broadway Star
joined:4/29/06
Broadway Star
joined:
4/29/06
yankeefan7
Broadway Legend
joined:4/14/12
Broadway Legend
joined:
4/14/12
Idina Menzel interview in Washington Post#2
Posted: 11/2/13 at 10:43am
Very nice article, thanks for sharing. Will be interesting to hear about her show as it heads to broadway.
east side story Profile Photoeast side story Profile Photo
east side story
Broadway Star
joined:4/21/11
Broadway Star
joined:
4/21/11
Idina Menzel interview in Washington Post#2
Posted: 11/2/13 at 2:00pm
Wonderful piece.
CarlosAlberto Profile PhotoCarlosAlberto Profile Photo
CarlosAlberto
Broadway Legend
joined:6/29/10
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/29/10
Idina Menzel interview in Washington Post#3
Posted: 11/2/13 at 4:15pm
Great piece. I love Idina. Can't wait for March!
I'm me. I do me...and I chill.
qolbinau Profile Photoqolbinau Profile Photo
qolbinau
Broadway Legend
joined:6/29/08
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/29/08
Idina Menzel interview in Washington Post#4
Posted: 11/2/13 at 4:29pm
The article reveals more of the plot - and it makes me more interested again.
I often post here on my phone, so please excuse issues with grammar, paragraphing and spelling :).
BroadwayFan12
Broadway Star
joined:4/17/10
Broadway Star
joined:
4/17/10
Idina Menzel interview in Washington Post#5
Posted: 11/2/13 at 5:00pm
The alternating between career life and family life sounds like countless Lifetime movies I've watched. Hope there's more to the plot than that.
qolbinau Profile Photoqolbinau Profile Photo
qolbinau
Broadway Legend
joined:6/29/08
Broadway Legend
joined:
6/29/08
Idina Menzel interview in Washington Post#6
Posted: 11/2/13 at 5:06pm
I think the detail is that they would explore how her different choices (if) would affect different outcomes (then) by actually playing them out. I don't really watch lifetime movies but do they actually play out each alternative? I mean, the idea of someone having to chose between work and family is cliché but the execution of having two plotlines with both going on at the same time sounds interesting to me.
I often post here on my phone, so please excuse issues with grammar, paragraphing and spelling :).
hockeynut2
Broadway Legend
joined:1/31/06
Broadway Legend
joined:
1/31/06
Idina Menzel interview in Washington Post#7
Posted: 11/4/13 at 9:47am
Here is my interview with Jerry Dixon in Part 4 of 'Introducing the Cast of ‘If/Then’ at The National Theatre' on DCMetroTheaterArts. There are links to the other interviews on the bottom of Jason Tam, Jenn Colella, and James Snyder.
Interview with If/Then cast member Jerry Dixon on DCMetroTheaterArts

BROADWAYWORLD TV

HAIRSPRAY LIVE! Latest - STAGE TUBE: HAIRSPRAY LIVE! Drops an All-New Promo
Save $$$ on Tickets to:
Backstage with Richard Ridge
JERSEY BOYS' Mark Ballas
Backstage Bite
Thanksgiving Special!
Turning the Tables
Randy Rainbow w/ FIDDLER Cast
  Chewing the Scenery with Randy Rainbow
CHEWING THE SCENERY-Randy Rainbow Checks in with Liza Minnelli to Chat HAIRSPRAY LIVE!, Pence & More!
KID CRITICS
KID CRITICS at BLUE MAN!
BROADWAY SESSIONS
Open Mic'ers Bring It All to Broadway Sessions!












Advertisement Advertisement