MollyJeanneMusic said: YOU GOT TO MEET MARIAH AND ROBERT OH MY GOD
I'm really glad you liked the show! Personally, while I'm not super-interested in seeing it on Broadway (I might see a tour if it comes to my area), I have sort of wanted to see the show just for the sake of Britney Coleman (Bellatrix and Dean Thomas in AVPM) in the ensemble. (Same for the Mean Girls tour and Mariah.)"
I wouldn't call it "met", I would more call it &qu
Recorded gorgeously with the orchestrations getting a true chance to shine over all the obnoxious cheering/singing along that happens live. Backstage Romance and Come What May are standouts. Burstein is still a marvel despite just hearing his voice, Tveit sounds clean and youthful, and Olivo and Ngaujah come out on top as MVP's for their gorgeous solos. I loved every moment of the show and the album wants me to go back and do that whole thing over again.
JuneJune said: "HamilHansen said: "Question for all the "F*ck Tootsie" people: have you seen the show? Cause I didn't find anything remotely anti-feminist or #metoo at all. In fact, I praised the inclusion of such topics being brought into play in a story like this."
The arguments I see a lot for this (but strongly disagree with) are:
i. Anti-feminist: that a man was successful by posing as a woman, so it serves as a message that
Smallfoot on Broadway? Aug 29
2019, 08:25:27 PM
Only if Gabriel Gundacker’s “Zendaya Is Meechee” ends act one.
Well, this was a fun surprise! I got tickets day of and went in almost blind (having seen them perform on the Tony's). I ended up having a fantastic time. The score isn't as memorable as the one-liners, but damn those one-liners were good. Sarah Stiles is a national treasure, the guy playing Jeff brought the house down, and Santino is a star. I love me some Alex Brightman, but Santino did deserve the Tony.
Question for all the "F*ck Tootsie" people: have you see
I've been browsing the internet, and I'm looking to do Say My Name (from Beetlejuice) with some friends for a cabaret night. I can't find the sheet music anywhere, though. Can you guys help me out.
Lara Spencer Laughs at boys in ballet Aug 24
2019, 08:40:19 AM
This is just sad. In a world that has been pushing to spread love and acceptance over the past few years, to receive a moment of pure ridicule and intolerance like this, it just makes me sad...
Crazy NooNooHead said: "I was at The Play That Goes Wrong's closing performance on Broadway. During the ledger scene where Chris yells at the audience, Mark Evans said, "If you're going to behave this way, go get tickets to Be More Chill the musical!" The audience loved that!"
That’s brilliant. Wish I could’ve been there for that.
DoTheDood said: "I get why people weren't into Heathers when it came out, but I adore that score. Honestly I do not think I would love musicals as much as I do now without that show. I have yet to see it live (only through the cast album and clips online), but if its ever in NYC again, I'm going to put down so much money for ticket."
Couldn't have said it better myself. I'm a huge fan of that score.