This year had a quite disappointing selection and prices. Everything felt either expensive, or just not worth the hassle. I was at Curtain Calls opening, and I've never encountered people so rude. I had to yell at people to move so a short woman could leave the crown, I couldn't move, and I was simply being pushed everywhere for making it to the from line. The prices on be more chill stuff was ridiculous, even if I'm not interested, the people who bought the stuff must've
This reminds me of that one time way back when somebody in the Be more chill off broadway thread said that there was somebody masturb*ting with their playbill,,, it gave me agreat laugh. I'll link it if i find the thread.
Be More Chill Rush Jul 15
2019, 02:34:10 AM
This doesn't count as rush, but StubHub had $25 tickets (including fees) in the balcony for last Saturday, and nearly everybody in my rowfound a seat to move to in the Mezzanine or even the Orchestra. I ended up in row B center Mezzanine with a friend in seats that we're still listed at showtime. if you're willing to take the risk, anybody who'd like to see the show for cheap should go and try to snag those balcony tickets! Even if you don't move, the view was reasonable.
I'd say To Kill a Mockingbird or Cursed Child, she'll most likely need to read the books these are based off of at least once, and it'll be a great introduction. If you truly can't do plays though, choose Hadestown or The Prom! They're both wonderful.
dramamama611 said: "Most districts set their own calendar, its not determined by the state - which only sets the parameters. The south has been out for a month. "
NYS Regents can only be taken at a specific time, which is posted by the state. So the MIddle Schools in NYC are out, but not the High Schools. Other states are different, and Northeast tends to run late on a general note even without regents.
They should close up shop on Labor Day and then tour. It would be a bit more successful if the original cast could tour, but Will Roland should move on to something better. He deserves better than this disaster. It's bleeding money, and the Prom just announced so they could fly under the Proms radar if their rabid fanbase doesn't get in the way of quietly closing.
Just a correction to the others saying schools out so grosses shuold but up- as a New York kid in high school, scho
I also went to the Jesus Christ Superstar rehearsal last year, and for me, the bags were a bit much for a theatre setting. At intermission, I often need to message people to check up on them, or I'd like a simple photo of my playbill at the seat. This wouldn't work for the everyday theatergoer. Plus, you can just hide the phone anyway.
Anthony Ramos is an excellent actor but your statement about how "all homosexuals" googling him with the lights went up is so far from the truth. Homosexuals include lesbians, and I doubt lesbians are googling him. Second, they probably wouldn't care to even find his name, and thirdly, who you find attractive isn't who everybody finds attractive.
It sounds like one of those teenage Hamilton stans from 2016 that gushes over Laurens and Hamilton and then
MITB Tony's Reactions Jun 10
2019, 09:27:10 AM
And next cast member to complain is... the star of the weakest song in the show! https://twitter.com/jasonsweettooth/status/1137904142846967808?s=21 if Joe iconis agreed to let it sit and wrote it, maybe he didn't tell the cast. They seem relatively upset over a small spoof/parody.
MITB Tony's Reactions Jun 10
2019, 01:34:10 AM
I'm usually pretty in support of George Salazar, but that reaction being posted on video was in such poor taste. Sure he can dislike it, but the truth is he's just salty he didn't get a nomination for featured actor or for his show. What a shame, he seemed like a good guy.
I thought the number was lovely, and really have a spotlight to Josh Groban and Sara Barielles.
God, I really hated Oklahoma. I was in a production of it when I was younger so maybe that's what's wrong, but the costumes, accents, and everything just drove me away further. The only good part was Ali Stroker!
Ain't too proud had nice costumes, the opening (from what I saw) was okay, and I liked Celia's speech. I liked ATP but I' mnot familiar with the show so I can't say much other than the songs didn't feel fast enough until the end.
Be More Chill or The Prom? Jun 6
2019, 06:41:53 PM
If you're looking for family friendly, Be More Chill isn't it. Definitely Prom, it's very light hearted, tells a beautiful and accepting story, and the music is enjoyable.
Also is nobody mentioning the opening line of Be More Chill is literally "Im waiting for my porno to load" and there's nothing child friendly about that? Just my thought.
Not at stagedoor per say, but I've hugged a few actors despite not being a real hugger.
The one that always comes to mind was how practically the full cast of Be More Chill off-Broadway hugged me at their June meet and greet last year. They were glad I brought the book and knew a lot about the show since I was a huge fan back then (Which I'm not anymore actually, but it's still nice.)
My favorite hug was definitely when I spotted Will Roland at Hadestown and we