Miss Low (or are we to use her stage name Jolee Blon?)says she must accept criticisms along with the ovations? I don't know how many ovations she has gotten but since when is a hate heckling a criticism? Is she for real? So if we happen to see her in a show we can just yell out at her if the mood strikes us? But we can't really take her seriously because after seeing her facebook I realize that she must be from a new Christopher Durang play. She is (or rather was) playing Maggie the Cat as played by Marilyn Monroe. That had to be worth a boat load of laughs. Someone might want to tell her that developing her own persona might be more beneficial to channeling Marilyn unless she is auditioning for Bus Stop, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Sugar or maybe Playboy.
THE BOOK OF MORMON
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
THE LION KING
THE KING AND I
Preview: Will it be the Season of the Wolves of THE WALKING DEAD?
TV/MOVIES - FOX Orders Seventh & Eighth Seasons of Emmy Award-Winning BOB'S BURGERS
ART - President and Eloise W. Martin Director, Douglas Druick, Announces Retirement From the Art Institute of Chicago After 30 Years
FITNESS - Fit Food Finds: October is NATIONAL PASTA MONTH
MUSIC - Interview: Max Friedman Talks Bringing Unique Spin to Cabaret with Charlie Rosen's Broadway Big Band
CLASSICAL - ROCO Brass Quintet Launches Series at Houston's Newest Performing Arts Center, The MATCH, 10/9
OPERA - Review: Yoncheva as Desdemona Shines in New Verdi OTELLO at the Met
DANCE - Interview: Broadway Director/Choreographer Randy Skinner Gets Tap-Happy with DAMES AT SEA