@miles2go2 - First off, thanks for all of your contributions to this board. I really enjoy reading what you have to say about the productions that you see.
Just chiming on what a few people have already said, I'd suggest seeing Choir Boy and passing on Network. I was a huge fan of Van Hove's View From The Bridge, but found his take on Network to be a bit of a slog. Too much surface. Cranston is fine (I'm a fan) but i felt let down by the
annang said: "I loathed Mockingbird. They gratuitously use the n word (much more than the book does) just for shock value, and Sorkin plagiarizes lines from his past work. There’s a whole passagebasically lifted from a West Wing episode. See Hadestown."
Which scene are you referring to? And which episode of West Wing does it come from? Just curious.
perfectliar said: "l0l said: "markypoo said: "The cast is incredibly gorgeous; IMHO."
I question your taste if this is why you see theatre.
IMHO Afterglow was an embarrassment of gratuitous nudity wrapped in a story that was so ignorant of its own privilege and lack of a coherent message. I was sitting there, hoping it would end as soon as possible. There were no redeeming qualities to it. The recent "Daniel's Husband" w
The special Tony was announced a while ago. And you’re posting this now??
Those who have have seen Springsteen on Broadway know that it is much more than just a concert. It’s an autobiographical monologue with music which was one of the best things that I’ve seen on stage in recent years.
Love me some Bernadette. And she’s had some good Tony love over the years.
I saw Everybody's Talking About Jamie in December during my trip to London. Loved it.
Incredible energy and great heart.
@qolibinau, i didn't see this in your original post (forgive me if I'm repeating), but the musical is based on a true story, and the documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16 which aired on the BBC back in 2011.