UncleCharlie said: "chuckydisc said: "The OP makes it my/our business by stating that he will "head to the BO around 11"."
So if someone says they're going to see a show on Thursday, you feel you need to know why they can't go on Wednesday, or Tuesday or last week? If someone is going to an evening show on atwo show day, you need to know why they were unable to attend the matinee? He's asking for advice based on his expected schedul
If only there were some clue as to why The Inheritance would be influenced by gay plays of the past, given that it's a play about generations of gay men passing along their history. Hmm. Total mystery there.
Scotarts said: "Same kills himself outside of NYC in a car crash = Jackson Pollock story
Everyone gathers for a party and argues:Boys in the band"
Ah yes, the only time these events ever happen. Can't imagine why everyone doesn't pay royalties to Mart Crowley for "everyone gathers for a party and argues" stories since he clearly invented that. And Jackson Pollock is the only person who eve
LightsOut90 said: "Steves fathers house burned down like right after they closed in Chicago, it had nothing to do with lack of chemistry, again people talking about stuff they clearly dont know the whole story about."
Don't get me wrong, that's unfortunate for his dad, but your logic doesn't track. The house burned down in May, so he backed out of a job that began 3 months later in July and would run for (at least) a year? Obviously this tragedy didn'
AADA81 said: "Disney hasn't tried to conquer Broadway to advance any art form. It's about making lots of money on tried-and-true properties that they continue to repackage for public consumption. Period.."
You literally just described all of Broadway. Remember Roundabout's Cabaret revival revival? Or the 4 separate revivals of Glass Menagerie or Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in just my lifetime? Do you truly think they're all "
I've been to all 4 Broadway Center Stage events at the Kennedy Center. They're in costume, complete script, mostly off-book and minimal set design. It's not a full production, with sets flying in and out, and elaborately choreographed numbers, but with the casts they're putting together, I've never felt I've missed out.
Kennedy Center did stage their own productions off and on for a few years, and Ragtime and Follies both transferred to Broadway, but unfortunate
"Trigger warnings" has kind of become twisted to mean "snowflake millennials who need safe spaces", but I can't help but wonder how many of the laundry list of complaints in that first image actually came from conservative, elderly subscribers who are offended by language, nudity, and adult content.
The younger generations didn't invent the concern, they just have a new name for it.
Sue Tribute said: "The shocker came when I booked our air fare and discovered that although Puerto Rico is technically a US territory, it is considered a foreign land by some airlines, requiring a passport, not just an enhanced drivers licence."
What? If you fly direct from the US, you don't need a passport, and you don't go through customs. I've done it often.
darquegk said: "There's a weird racial undercurrent to the show that I'm not entirely sure works- but the original film "Beetlejuice" is VERY much a satire of whiteness, from the Americana hipster Maitlands to the cold, stylized and artificial "cultural" world of the Deetzes and their big-city ilk. Delia and her friends are perpetually dressing in stylized, chilly appropriations and revisions of ethnic clothes from around the world, complete with near-Kabu
This cast is too white. There is no reason why 8 out of 9 speaking roles should be cast with white actors in 2018. Especially glaring when every minority ensemble member is regulated to the R&B boy band bit.
Book needs to be funnier, but I guess that's what they're workshopping. Some jokes fell completely flat with no reaction. Beetlejuice as a character is very unevenly written. It's not Alex Brightman's fault, it's the material. Sometimes, the humor was gr