n2nbaby said: This info is incorrect. The new Trolls movie will now be streaming the day of what was supposed to be it’s release. The Invisible Man, The Hunt, Emma, The Way Back, Bloodshot and more were all streaming just a few weeks from their original release dates. Onward will be on Disney+ next week. It’s uncharted territory and many movies are going to streaming and have been talked about going the VOD route."
sabrelady said: "It will probably be released on a streaming platform as I have NO belief that this situation will be done by June.
So keep looking forward but realistically."
I think it's ridiculous that people keep bringing up this idea of movies straight to streaming as a viable idea. If a studio has any hope that the movie will do even remotely well, there is no reason for them to do so. They will be losing literally tens to hundred
IHeartNY2 said: "I too had a conversation with a friend about Moulin Rouge the other day and ultimately what we landed on was thatMoulin Rouge is a musical made for people who just want a fun and entertaining evening at the theater, and not for the regular (and pretentious) theatergoers who think their tastes are better than everyone else's."
Sure go for personal attacks, that seems like cool thing to do. Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist Jan 9
2020, 05:01:49 PM
Personally, I agree about the singing being subpar. For a show centered around musical numbers, I found most of them to be pretty disappointing, maybe Skylar Astin was the only one with a passable performance. I thought Peter Gallagher's singing was...not great. There is potential for this to be an entertaining show - but I hope they do something to improve the musical numbers. It almost sounded to me like they were opting for "realism" when it comes to t
1) Hadestown 2) Mean Girls 3) Beetlejuice 4) Moulin Rouge 5) Frozen 6) Tina
I've seen all of the shows on your list and I think what is interesting that my list is almost the reverse of your guess. I think that it depends on what your definition of "entertaining" ultimately is. You will probably find that a l;ot of people will rank Moulin Rouge pretty low on this list - unless you somehow equate spectacle with entertainment.
theatregoer3 said: "AADA81 said: "I have to say, I'm tired of the "overly-enthusiastic-youngsters-rockin-out-and-shouting-lyrics-from-the-lip-of-the-stage" genre. It seems like every other month there's a new one, and it's a tiresome trope at this point."
Well said. I wish this show the best, but I've yet to hear a positive review or something that would lead me to believe it would be worth seeing.
Favorite Flop? Nov 22
2019, 08:26:12 PM
Can't believe I'm the only person to say - Groundhog Day. I loved it. It was hilarious, the staging was very cool, the music was great, and Andy Karl was terrific. I still don't understand how it flopped, tbh.
We Will Rock You Tour Nov 17
2019, 11:00:23 AM
AntV said: "Anyone see this here in NY? I'm thinking of skipping it based on reviews here and online. I loved Bat out of Hell but this looks like it doesn't compare at all. Is the running time 2:45?"
I saw this last night and I thought it actually WAS Bat Out of Hell just with Queen music. Honestly, it's almost exactly the same "story" as it were (although possibly slightly more coherent.) The lead actually has an amazing voice, and the production i
Freestyle Love Supreme Cameos Nov 3
2019, 12:28:16 PM
ACL2006 said: "Has Watybe Brady been in the show yet? He wrapped up Let's Make A Deal early October then toured immediately after. Would like to see the show with him in it."
Yes, he has been. A friend went a week or so ago, and Wayne Brady made a guest appearance.
Freestyle Love Supreme Cameos Nov 3
2019, 12:25:59 PM
BroadwayAndSports said: "Im thinking about attending the FLS show at 10 tonight (Sunday) but Id hate to go and not see Lin-Manuel Miranda (or James Monroe Iglehart or Chris Jackson). Anyone have any idea if any of them usually perform for the 10pm shows? Judging my Lins twitter, it seems like hes usually out before 10."
Don't hold your breath hoping to see LMM - I think he's done at most a couple/handful of appearances at most, most notably the night
Little Shop of Horrors Lottery Oct 27
2019, 04:11:51 PM
Rosette3 said: "Has anyone entered on a Friday night? Would it be safe to assume that Friday night would command same entrant size (80-100) as Saturday or Sunday? I will be traveling to NYC for a Sat-Sun weekend trip but considering if it'll be helpful for my probability (for lotto & cancelation line) to take off work so I can enter on Friday night too? I will be in town during Gideon's run and betting on crowds will be smaller too (hopefully!)."
Soft Power Previews Oct 26
2019, 12:24:15 AM
Frankly, I don't understand people calling this confusing or a mess - it's not really that confusing - anyone should basically understand the show within a show concept, even if it's wrapped in "dream" - I missed Ricamora tonight as well, so I guess he's still out with this injury - but still found this musical to be quite engaging, clever, funny, and very well performed. The only thing I thought needed work was the lyrics which could use some help. Some of the pauses were a tad odd as well, bu
Little Shop of Horrors Rush Sep 25
2019, 05:35:33 PM
benfox2 said: "Can anyone who’s been there recently say how many people were there for the lottery? I’m curious to see how winnable this is.
Also 2 slightly off topic things but, does anyone know for lotteries in general if they accept card/cash only? Does it depend on the box office? Had an issue 2 years ago when I won the Book of Mormon lottery using a card, but I don’t know if that was just bad luck. Also I posted this to the buy/sell board but if anyone
The Play That Goes Wrong Rush Tickets Sep 23
2019, 05:07:33 PM
DoTheDood said: "Has anyone rushed this show since it moved to the New World Stage. I heard Avenue Q was an easy rush, but maybe it was just because it has been playing for so long."
It wasn't particularly hard during 20@20 (the show I went to during the week didn't even sell out), so I can't imagine regular rush would be all that difficult either.
The Lightning Thief previews thread Sep 21
2019, 12:30:34 AM
DoTheDood said: "There is also rush for $32. Honestly I kind of hope this is an easy rush like BMC was. Similar crowd so possibly?"
The rush for $32 is only for this first weekend. After that, it goes to $42.
The Wrong Man Sep 21
2019, 12:26:19 AM
I'm surprised to see all of the teardowns and terrible reviews. The music and vocal performances were exceptional. Joshua Henry was very good. I thought it was worth seeing just for that. I thought the choreography was pretty great for a very bare set/stage. Is the story and characters sort of minimal? Sure. It's not Hamilton, but it's far from the disaster that other people in this thread seem to make it out to be.
FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME Previews Sep 18
2019, 04:16:25 PM
LxGstv said: "ccbway said: "I mean, obviously, if you are super determined to flout the Yondr pouch policy, you absolutely could, but how imperative is it to take that dang picture? Could you somehow pry open the pouch around the magnetic lock? Maybe...but c'mon, what's the point? There a dozen ways to get around the whole Yondr thing if you really wanted to, it's not like they are THAT strict about it, but I think the point is to cooperate with the spirit of the
FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME Previews Sep 18
2019, 11:03:47 AM
I mean, obviously, if you are super determined to flout the Yondr pouch policy, you absolutely could, but how imperative is it to take that dang picture? Could you somehow pry open the pouch around the magnetic lock? Maybe...but c'mon, what's the point? There a dozen ways to get around the whole Yondr thing if you really wanted to, it's not like they are THAT strict about it, but I think the point is to cooperate with the spirit of the policy rather than deliberately trying to find ways to ge