annang said: "I haven’t found a Broadway box office lately that actually answers their own phones. They route the calls to Ticketmaster or Telecharge, and those operators have no information about the show itself."
annang said: "ModernMillie3, do you have a phone numberthat actually rings at the theater’s box office? I’m having an issue with a ticket that Ticketma
I got that the costumes weren’t going to be period-accurate from the first tour previews that dropped as early as February this year. And no, the cast of JCS don’t NEED to be draped in flowing robes to make it entertaining to everyone. Were they attired as such for the JCS Live version that aired in April 2018? And other shows, like HADESTOWN, staring Orpheus and Eurydice, Persephone and Hades, and Hermes, they’re not dressed accordingly, in ancient attire befitting gods. We
HighFlyingAdored97 said: "I’m not the problem. The problem is people like that user writing comments like “maybe it’s time to get rid of her and hire her understudy to take over the role.” I don’t wish for people to be fired from their jobs, especially people like Ms. Gray who hastwo kids to feed."
You’re the one who could have eliminated the word IGNORANT from your little rant. Stooping to that level, instead of trying to be
Completely uncalled for. This type of language, and by default, YOU, are what’s wrong with this forum. Do you know Jarethan personally, or are you just using your online time to be utterly rude to people you don’t even know?
What a GREAT week!!! THANK YOU so very much for sharing your journey with us. It’s been amazing living vicariously through your posts. Looking forward to my own next trip to NYC (sometime in 2020). Have a safe trip home and ENJOY all of those wonderful souvenirs and memories!
Beetlejuice New Playbill Cover for Halloween Oct 3
2019, 02:52:29 PM
If anyone seeing the show this month grabs an extra one of the special Playbills I’d love to get my hands on it. We’ll have to figure postage and handling, which I can pay you back as well for that.
inception said: "Ugg.. maybe I'm in the minority, but I don't find him attractive at all. If that pic showed up as some random couple on Grindr, I'd be like that kid is lucky to have such a hot sugar daddy.”
Well, he’s certainly a hell of a lot better looking than I am. lol And if I had that face, I’d be very, V
Advice Regarding My Upcoming Trip Oct 1
2019, 05:13:00 AM
Such a wonderful trip you’re having so far!!! Thank you for sharing all of your show experiences here and on other threads. Four more days, is it? Enjoy the Madonna concert tonight. What other Broadway activities are on the schedule for the rest of the week? Oklahoma and Tootsie? Anything else....Beetlejuice, hint hint :)
Where to begin? I’ve mentioned how spectacular the show’s introduction is. The Benedum Center used two purpose-built (part of the set) wide staircases on either side of the stage for the animal-costumed actors to ascend from the orchestra section. The elephant had a difficult time of it, and almost had to get a running start up the steps after pausing for a moment. The ending of Circle of Life ALWAYS gets a giant roaring ovation and thunderous applause as the house suddenly g
Intermission. Hakuna Matata ends Act 1. Still the BEST ever introduction - gorgeous sunrise and the entrance of the animal-costumed actors - of ANY show I've EVER seen. Simply stunning. Brings me to joyous tears every single time.
In Pittsburgh today to see The Lion King (at the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts), which has been playing here for about a month, this matinee performance being one of the final shows before it packs up tomorrow and heads out.
They had one of their big trailers parked out back and it’s the first time I’ve ever seen a touring trailer, this one all bright yellow with the GIANT lion’s head graphic painted on the side and The Lion King sc
So, now that we’ve sufficiently detoured from the subject matter, what do you say let’s return this to a a tour performances thread for MEAN GIRLS as I have a friend attending this in about 6 weeks courtesy of my season ticket.
Miles2Go2 said: " I’ve only seen it once when I saw it on tour a few years ago and while I know that the Broadway production is reported to be a step up in quality, I’m not inclined to give my money to that show ever again. LOL "
The Broadway version is not just a step up in quality, it’s like watching a completely different production. Like I said in my original post at the very beginning of this thread,&nbs
It’s nice that they’ve announced a tour, gets folks all pumped up, but if I’m reading that blurb correctly it really won’t start touring until 2021, after it techs in New Orleans then competes a 10-week sit-down in Chicago. That makes it around Feb 2021 before it hits the actual first touring city.
2019, 06:32:36 PM
Purchased my ticket for front row orchestra...45 days and counting. I’m hoping that between now and the Clarksburg show date someone here will be attending a performance of the tour and will have some input...
August 22- September 28, 2019 - Ft. Myers, FL
October 5, 2019 - Ft. Myers, FL (first performance after the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre)