everythingtaboo said: "If you think there's any chance they'll go for an actress over 40, you're nuts. (That said, I'd love but can't imagine Heather Headley would do it. I mean, it's one song. She's too big for that, especially coming off the raves for Color Purple.)"
The average age for Grizabella's in the London Revival (Nicole Sherzinger/Berverley Knight/Kerry Ellis/Jane McDonald (Blackpool)) was 43, so I have no idea what you
I am a regular theatregoer here in London, and I always have a bottle of water with me for the performance. It is a thicker plastic, not the kind that would make that crinkling sound, and I only ever drink from it in blackouts/scene changes/applause.
I've never encountered this as a problem with ushers, and regularly ask for the bottle to be refilled at the bar post-show. If one relied on the bar for
rcwr said: "At a Boston performance of The Sound of Music last week, I was sitting in the front row and noticed that the conductor did the entire show without sheet music. I was astonished -- but I also know I've seen way fewer shows than many people on here. Is it unusual to conduct a show without sheet music?"
Many conductors do this since they conduct the same music night after night. It's a bit risky sometimes, but ce
StephieElise said: "I don't know if it's the case for all productions, but in the current Australian production of Cats the actress playing Grizabella plays another nondescript cat in the opening number. "