djoko84 said: "Of course the audience is terrible at this show, it's made up of tourists who only go for the pop songs. They don't go to the show to see something innovative and revolutionary. They just want to be entertained and have a good time, not to be transformed by a piece of theatre (which this show obviously doesn't do)."
I'm a native New Yorker and love this show. Am I less of an intellect that you?
Bwaydreamer3 said: "I know it's hard to tell but does anyone think rush will be hard to get? I just read the script and I am really hoping to see this show Oct 12 during previews. I'm having a hard time deciding to buy tickets outright or waiting to rush"
Seems to be a hot ticket I'd just get mine now. (Side note: I never did rush tickets...are they cancelled tickets that can be located anywhere, or are they usually in "bad" seats?)
tjjster said: "CATSNYrevival said: "The Moulin Rouge cast album is giving Hadestown the side eye."
Maybe, but if the quality of the rest of the album is like theSparkling Diamondstrack they released maybe they should have taken the extra time. It sounds muddled and the lyrics are barely understandable."
We're gonna have to chip in and get you some new headphones.
Mike Barrett said: "I don't think anyone has an issue with you not liking the show, its saying that the people who like this show "Probably don't know what good theatre is". Which is implying you only know what good theatre is and thats elitist and stuck up. No one cares you hated the show and no one cares that I like thisshow, but no need to demean others opinions on shows."
The sad thing, Mike, is that you're speaking to half the posters on he