poisonivy2 said: "HSky said: "poisonivy2 said: "Well I'm going back to see Dave Malloy on Tuesday. God help my credit card."
Um, this Tuesday, the 22nd? Dave tweeted that he won't be doing the 22nd or the evening of the 30th and Scott will be on. (Although I know the feeling. I just splurged and grabbed a banquette seat for my final time on the 30th.)"
Actually, on either West End ticketing website, you aren't able to purchase a ticket for just one part on Saturday or Sunday. However, I don't know about the box office situation in that regard. As I mentioned, though, Part 2 is easier to get a ticket at the box office day-of than Part 1.
Honestly, it's just more of a hassle not getting both parts back-to-back, logistically.
DrewJoseph said: "I'm in nyc in april for just one saturday afternoon. So I could only watch part I and wouldn't be there for part II. Also won't be in nyc for probably at least a year after thatz Really want to see the original actors, but should I do it if I only could do part I? "
So, Saturday is a two part day with Part 1 at 2pm and Part 2 at 7:30pm. To just clarify, you would only be available to see Part 1 at 2pm but not Part 2 at 7:30pm?<
leighmiserables said: "bdn223 said: " I wonder how Broadway's black and POC community overall will react if down the line the show wants to stunt cast someone like Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood from the films) or even Emma Watson if god forbid she has a downward career spiral over the next 5 years as Hermione. I just wonder considering this is post The Great Comet fiasco, and despite the multiple racial inte
Question: For productions that are split into two parts (like Wolf Hall), do cast bow after Part One? I've haven't seen a two part production on Broadway but when I saw Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on the West End, they didn't bow after Part One, only after Part Two (which meant the one character that was only in Part One didn't bow at all).
thealtoslament said: "VotePeron said: "I'm much more fascinated on where this intermission is placed in the show - any ideas? After Too Much Too Soon?"
That would make some sense. It would have to be around there. After Last Night on Earth, maybe? TMTS is a much more climactic Act 1 closer, though. But AI works so well as a one-act that I can't imagine having to choose a place to put an intermission. "
When the American Idiot non-equity tour was in the UK, they added in an intermission so there might be a caveat in their licensing materials about adding the intermission since it was done with the official production previously.
Um... "yes" to Alysha Umphress as Meg. Girl can sing and I would love for a lead with curves. Rebecca Naomi Jones, too.
As for Herc... Maybe bring back Zachary Levi? He played a geek on Chuck and yet can pull off the hunk transformation. Nic Rouleau could pull of the lanky, awkward... and possibly the transformation, too. He sung it nicely: https://youtu.be/MZUd0qNIGJA Jay Armstrong Johnson?