re: How long is Billy Elliot?

melodyrose
Chorus Member
joined:5/11/04
How long is Billy Elliot?
Posted: 11/16/08 at 05:44pm
I can't find the time length anywhere! I want to plan an evening show after the BE matinee, so I need to know how much time I'll have between the two.
Thanks!!
WishingOnlyWounds2
Broadway Legend
joined:9/25/08
re: How long is Billy Elliot?
Posted: 11/16/08 at 05:47pm
Almost 3 hours.



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Running Time:
Approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes, including intermission
2008: Feb. 18- Rent, Feb. 19- Curtains, April 18- Xanadu, April 22- Wicked, April 26- Legally Blonde, May 31- Wicked, June 13- The Little Mermaid, June 28- Wicked and Young Frankenstein, July 2- The Little Mermaid, July 6- A Chorus Line and Legally Blonde, August 16- Xanadu, September 13- Legally Blonde and 13, September 28- Xanadu and Spring Awakening, Oct. 12-GYPSY and [title of show], Oct. 19- Hairspray & Legally Blonde, Nov. 9- Wicked and 13, Dec. 14-13, Dec. 26- Billy Elliot, 2009: Jan 1- Shrek, Jan 2- 13 and Wicked, Jan 4- 13, Feb 17- In The Heights, Feb 19- Billy Elliot, Feb 22- Sweeney Todd (tour), March 28- Mary Poppins, April 4- Mamma Mia!, April 15- Jersey Boys (on tour), April 25- next to normal & 9 to 5 May 1- Billy Elliot, May 3- Spelling Bee (tour), May 8- Chicago, May 21- Wicked, June 6- Everyday Rapture, June 23- The Wiz, June 25- Hair July 15- Shrek, August 9- Wicked, September 7- Rock of Ages, October 11- Next To Normal, October 23- The Marvelous Wonderettes, November 7- Ragtime November 29- Dreamgirls, December 25- Billy Elliot, December 30- Finian's Rainbow, 2010: January 9- Bye Bye Birdie, January 16- Memphis February 17- The Phantom of The Opera, February 18- God of Carnage, March 7- Billy Elliot, March 31- American Idiot
Updated On: 11/16/08 at 05:47 PM
Liza + Jesus = Patti
Stand-by
joined:11/2/08
re: How long is Billy Elliot?
Posted: 11/16/08 at 05:54pm
2 hrs. and 45 mins too long.

Close this stuff down. And please take "13" with it.
TBD2
Understudy
joined:11/8/08
re: How long is Billy Elliot?
Posted: 11/16/08 at 07:59pm
Here is a news flash (in case anybody hasn't noticed):

------------Spoiler alert--------------
[username] Liza+Jesus=Patti does not like BE.
-----------end spoiler alert-----------

Just wanted to put that out there for you LJP, I'm not sure with the highjacking of every thread EVER created about BE, and your subtle hints (eg. "shut this..down") that everybody has noticed.

I personally don't give a flying [explative tastefully foregone] that you don't like it, care who SO peed in your Wheaties, or care that you whoreship L,J, OR P. (look up the word -- you'll see it applies)

Last time I checked, YOU were perfectly entitled to your opinion, and may choose to share (there are plenty of "I hate Billy" threads) -- but all your rants are doing is proving that you suffer from a Napoleonic complex somehow focussed on this (successful and entertaining) show.

You have my sympathy.
Updated On: 11/16/08 at 07:59 PM
justntime330
Swing
joined:5/10/04
re: How long is Billy Elliot?
Posted: 11/16/08 at 08:29pm
I am literally speechless at the fact that 13 and BILLY ELLIOT were just compared.

Anyway, it's roughly two hours and forty five minutes long.
sleepyguy1717
Broadway Star
joined:8/1/07
re: How long is Billy Elliot?
Posted: 11/16/08 at 08:35pm
TBD2 is my hero.
I want to apologize for some offensive messages posted on this board under my name. The night 0f 12-15-08 I did not have internet access, and someone had used my name to post something offensive. My avatar was also changed. I dont' know what else was posted, or if anyone recieved bad PMs, but I want to apologize for that. I've changed my password, and even though I was not the one posting these messages it still needed to be corrected.
dramamama611
Broadway Legend
joined:12/4/07
re: How long is Billy Elliot?
Posted: 11/16/08 at 08:52pm
General note: One thing that www.broadway.com is good for is running time!
If we're not having fun, then why are we doing it? These are DISCUSSION boards, not mutual admiration boards. Discussion only occurs when we are willing to hear what others are thinking, regardless of whether it is alignment to our own thoughts.