FROZEN Previews Mar 16
2018, 10:54:10 AM
When I saw it I thought the finale was fine. The new harmonies in Let it Go at the end surprised me and made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. I think it was a perfect way to end it.
a-mad said: "Whizzer - or anyone else who attended last night:
What was the audience response at the end of the first act and again at the end of the performance? Was it wild applause, standing ovation, etc. or more just polite applause? Having seen the performances, do you think either Patti or Caissie has a shot at a Tony nom? Does one stand out over the other?
WILD applause. Heads exploding. expectations were exceeded?&n
I loved Patti as Ana!!!!!!!!!! In my humble opinion, she earned a Tony nomination. I think Olaf is weird and I find it weird that he isn’t really tap dancing on stage, but the track he sings along to has tapping in it.
I loved the weird hidden people and I really enjoyed the naked sauna people.
The special effects blew me away, as did everyone’s singing/vocal ability. I loved: the opening, the song Elsa sings when she’s crowned queen, and the
Alex172005 said: "Just curious, which shows did you find better than Fun Home? I loved it and thought it was the best that year."
I remember getting in line at 7AM for tickets to an evening performance of Color Purple the day I saw FunHome’s Matinee. I just remember feeling so sad and depressed after leaving the theatre that day because of the story- which is probably exactly how you’re supposed to feel, idk. Then that same night, after seeing C
Saw this last night and wanted to sleep on it before i posted my thoughts. Here goes- Let's just say there are daily cabarets downtown at The Duplex, and at Don't Tell Mama, and even at Marie's Crisis that provide the same experience as Home for the Holidays usually for the price of 2 drinks.
The more I think about it, the more I am sure you will have an amazing time just 22 blocks north of this at THE BEACON THEATER for Mariah Carey's Christma
It's so sad that the cheapest seats for fans are $249 partial views in the orchestra and rear mezz for $199, being a bway fan is so expensive.
BTW, Can anyone tell me if seats 17-21 in Row D in the ORCH are terrible? They're marked partial view, but I know that doesn't always mean i'll miss the action. I just want to know what exactly i'll miss