theaterlyfe19 said: "I know there are people who see shows more than once. I know people see the same show a lot. As long as they have the money for it, and they are rewspectful to the show and the actors, I dont see a problem with this. Theyre not hurting anyone and why should people care if it brings someone joy? Thoughts?"
Personally, I (we) usually just see a show one time. Never really understood why some see a show sometimes 4,5 even 10x? That'
tomwsjr said: "I have a feeling this show is going to attract many immature crazy fans obsessing over this trite musical"
Yup teens-25 is the target market. They will have a hard time marketing this to the older generation the market that attends BWAY musicals! We surely have no interest and we're in our early 40's and none of our friends will be seeing this and I highly doubt anyone over 40 will have interest and that will be problemati
Wick3 said: "I wish the Ferryman numbers were higher given it was the last week of the majority of the British cast.
I'm glad Be More Chill broke the house record at the Lyceum but then it made me think --- is it normal for first week of previews to be only 7 performances (rather than 8?) Also, was it an 'easy' record to break given the previous 7-day record was set back in 2008. Either way, they broke the record and good for them. I hope they keep it up!<
From what I've heard and read here...It sounds that most everyone prefers this Troy Iwota dude over Salazar as he looks and is much younger 27 than Salazar will be 33 in March (looks much older) and Troy is a far better singer and actor. I wonder if they may replace him?
Personally, not a fan of Salazar from what I've seen him in.
Miles2Go2 said: "This makes me want to eat there. It’s been on my radar for awhile. I don’t have dinner plans tonight before Kiss Me, Kate. Perhaps I’ll try this (sir at the the bar) if I don’t try that Italian place around the corner from Studio 54."
Sitting at the bar is great and go for the burger ~ YUMMY! NJOY Kate!
dramamama611 said: "So....I got reservations for Joe Allen's (first time, actually) and because I waited until 1pm, I had to settle on a 6pm reservation. I'm guessing, like most NY restaraunts, that an hour is plenty of time to dine? I'm only concerned since we have a 7:30 curtain for Harry Potter.
Any thoughts appreciated."
Look over the menu prior and arrive early around 5:45 and order right away when you sit down. J