theatreguy12 said: "Why is MS even in this? I thought she loathed Walt Disney. I would think if you were really going to talk the talk and walk the walk, you should be somewhat more consistent in your convictions."
She adores Rob Marshall and I'm sure she said yes because of him and not because it was Disney.
I would focus something on a look like this! Maybe just have their faces large on each end of the poster, where it only shows half their faces each. More like a before and after, but teasing enough just to be curious to know what this is about. I think it would attract. If I knew how to do a Photoshop I
This was a good show (from what I heard and read) that deserved a longer run. I did have one question. Many folks on here said the design was brilliant and it was nothing like they have ever seen before. But, can someone tell me how the design and or direction differed from the Godspell Revival. If I watch clips from both shows, it almost seems like the same director touched both shows (though I know that it is not true). By the way I have not seen either show to the fullest ..just clip
Streisand's 'Gypsy' still on despite Laurents' passing May 8
2011, 10:14:56 PM
I have always wanted to direct a movie version of Gypsy. Here is how I see "Rose's Turn". I want to some sort of fight between Louise and Mamma Rose (script change). As they verbally argue back and forth, Louise is getting ready to do another performance...Louise and Rose are still fighting as they walk on to the stage together,Rose walks on stage and sees the audience and freezes. Then, Louise and maybe some other women who are on stage (strippers) as well, are frozen and Rose is left on stage
If Julie Taymor Directed the Oscars.... Feb 27
2011, 01:00:30 PM
Each Presenter flys in for the entrance but get stuck half way to the stage...show holds for hours...and then only one award is finally presented.
HOW TO SUCCEED Begins Previews Tonight! Feb 27
2011, 12:55:04 PM
Daniel did an American Accent on the Talk Show ELLEN a while back and it was perfect...so I had no worries there...do I see "Tony-Award Winner Daniel Radcliffe" in How To Succeed hitting the Marquees in June?
1.) Roberto comes on board and re-writes script. 2.) March 14th, they announce the show is closing the evening of March 15th. 3.) Changes are put into the show the morning and afternoon of March 15th... 4.) The show performs their final performance on March 15th, with all the new changes....since the show is not technically on sale to the public (mostly friends, family, press, etc, al) no one from the outside ever gets to see the new change