I have not seen Tina , But I have seen Beetlejuice and totally recommend it. The sets are great as are the costumes. I hope to see it again on my next trip to NYC. Also you can easily get a rush ticket for Beetlejuice.
I turned up at the box office an hour after it opened and was able to get a $43 rush ticket in the 2nd row on the aisle.
greensgreens said: "The end of the act was "We're In The Money." It was a HUGE dance number with large gold metallic confetti discs falling throughout much of the number - and they tapped in dishes of coins, which was pretty unique and thrilling! There was even a pre-show warning about how you may need to look for flying coins! Definitely the most successful "reinvention" of the show!The re-orchestrations were a dead rip-off of Katy Perry "Firework,"
greensgreens said: "I did see the Ordway version and, I am still surprised to say, it was pretty awesome!Jarrod Emick made a welcome return to the stage as Julian (wish he had more singing), Tamara Tunie was serviceable, some strong performances in supporting roles. I don't remember who played Peggy, but she was simply amazing.
I can't even imagine how the production would work without a proscenium setup. The big finish alone where Peggy tapped her a** off and then
MNNiceorIce said: "I saw the production at the Ordway and the one in Chicago.
The Ordway production was sort of a Drury Lane 2.0 version with many of the key showstopping moments in tact (like the unforgettable Act 1 finale) while others were totally redone. Looks like E. Sosa redid most of the costumes too and while some were improvements overall I liked the ones in Chicago more. Emick made more sense to me as Julian Marsh than the guy in Drury Lane but Tunie wasn't a