THE GREAT SOCIETY closing Nov. 30 Oct 12
2019, 10:56:47 AM
The limited run seems to be ending two months early according to new advertisements and also all ticket sales after that date are removed on the LCT website.
TINA Previews Oct 12
2019, 07:18:12 AM
It makes me sad to hear the book is a travesty because of all the musical artists who could be worthy of a bio musical, I feel like she would be toward the top of the list in terms of an interesting life without having to manufacture much in the way of drama. (My point of reference being her Oscar-nominated biopic)
JBroadway said: "It's a significant enough role that it earned Gideon Glick a Tony nomination.
As far as the cast changes go, I think the most interesting one is Russell Harvard as Boo Radley. Type-wise he's a natural fit for the role, and he's also a deaf actor - should be interesting to see how they do that."
I’m so happy. I love Russell Harvard!
The Inheritance - Previews Sep 29
2019, 08:49:41 AM
I saw last nights’ preview and more or less captivated by the whole thing. There seems to be some pacing kinks that they need to work out (the crashing lighting board could have played a role in that). Also, it took me about 10 minutes to really get invested in the play. At the beginning, I felt like I was getting a “Queer Eye meets Broadway” vibe with some of the character’s mannerisms, and the set didn’t thrill me at first because I felt it made it look like gay sketch comedy.
Just had a stop down because of a lighting dysfunction during the first ten minutes of the second act. They’re fixing it now, but not sure how long it will be.
UPDATE: After 10 minutes or so, Stephen Daldry came out and apologize and explained the lighting board had a glitch and crash and the off-kilter lighting cues were impacting the actors, so they reset the lighting board and the rest of the act went without a hitch
The Official TDF Thread Sep 28
2019, 07:17:53 PM
For the matinee of Slave Play today, I had Row E, 112-113 - Dead Center
I saw the show this afternoon via TDF and we were dead center Row E orchestra. Definitely the premium seats.
The Good: It lives up to the expectation of being shocking, provocative, and uncomfortably funny. There are really strong performances all across the board and I felt they truly worked as an ensemble. The first “act” (the sexual vignettes) were both comical, discomforting, and ridiculously hot. Also, as a psychiatric nurse, I found the second “act” wi
kade.ivy said: "Anyone willing to share rush reports in terms of arrival time, number of people, seat locations, etc.? Considering rushing for a 10 PM show in November. "
I think the rush is a brand new thing, as they initially only had the lottery. I rushed on Flea Market Sunday (9/22) and I walked in around 12:30 after the box office opened and had zero issue. Obviously at some point after word of mouth spreads and reviews come out and whatnot, that may very w