AEA AGMA SM said: " I’m more than happy to help organize the signings for the Broadway Cares campaigns. The reality is that very, very few of the random requests we get actually include a donation for Broadway Cares."
Really? Wow, thats a legitimate surprise. It also makes me sad that so few people offer a donation when requesting something. I would never even consider making such a request without a donation attached. AEA AGMA SM, I have the
AEA AGMA SM said: "'ll say that as a stage manager I hate getting those envelopesin the mail and an extremely large percentage of themend up in the trash. I have so many things to do before, during, and after a show. Hounding the cast to sign a random Playbill is below low on my priority list."
While I can understand your perspective, maybe you could choose to look at the situation another way -
If someone is willing to send a donation to a good caus
Had the pleasure of meeting him the first night of previews for Prince of Broadway. Could not have been nicer. I remember watching him hurry backstage at intermission and the end of the show. His excitement was obvious. After so many years and so many shows, it was clear he still loved what he was doing.
Thank you, Mr. Prince. Thank you for all you've given us.
Honestly, it was better than I had expected after seeing him on GMA and someplace else during the pre show media blitz last week.
I'm sure his production crew, background singers and band are using every trick in the book to help cover him. That said, it was an enjoyable show. I've seen him a number of times and he really reaches into his catalog here. The rarer songs were refreshing since there were a couple of bits he recycles from prior concert tours and he's