Joseph P. Patria Jr died Tuesday at age 86. He worked on more than 100 Broadway shows including “Annie,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “Miss Saigon,” “Les Miserables,” “Riverdance,” “The Tap Dance Kid,” and “The Producers.” He also gave many stagehands their start in the industry.
He was mentioned and thanked on the Tony Awards in 2001 for his work on “The Produce
I was there yesterday in rear orchestra (for quick bathroom access lol). Seats were very comfortable and the movie is great- 3.5 hours sailed by, I didn't get up once.
The basement of the theater is decorated very cool with old style newspaper machines that offer "The Irishman Daily," which has information about Jimmy Hoffa and historical events in the film. They're also giving away a very cool poster, and there are four phone booths that say De Niro, Pacino, Pesci an
ErmengardeStopSniveling said: "Obviously Brian Cox was far from the first choice for this role. A good, menacing characteractor, but he doesn't mean anything at the box office.
How does Cox look in the role? Part of the appeal of Cranston's performance was that he lookedand sounded so much like LBJ, especially with the lifts/prosthetics/wig. Brian Cox is 5'9, stocky, and73 (and easily passes for 80 on Succession),playing someone who was 6'4 and 57-