hicaesar said: "I've been to a decent number of stage doors and I don't think I've ever shaken anyone's hand or otherwise touched them. Just a quick greeting and an autograph. It seems like most cast members just sign playbills pretty quick, I'm not sure what the concern would be.
If an individual Cast member chooses not to go to the stage door, that's perfectly fine. But to to make a rule banning it seems a bit extreme... just remind cast to wash t
Michelle chouraqui said: "perfectlymarvelous said: "It depends on the show. I'm a Broadway usher, and our production has very specific rules about when and how late seating can occur as well as when/if people can be reseated if they get up during the show. Sometimes people will literally run ahead of us so we can't catch them to escort them back to their seat, or kick up such a fuss about having to wait to be reseated that it genuinely causes less of a distraction to
Mister Matt said: "Just came back to say that Bobby Conte looks very sexy with a man-bun. That is all.
I can't imagine anyone looking sexy with a man-bun. Ever. They have the same effect on me as a mullet.
Raul is literally the only major Bobby that was a powerhouse singer.
Really? I think both Dean Cain and Larry Kert sound better. And from what I heard, John Barrowman absolutely nailed it vocally in the Kennedy Center Festival
What do you Recommend? Mar 2
2020, 11:15:28 PM
I’m in the minority. I didn’t love TKAM. It was staged interestingly. And had some good actors (though I still question the idea of using adults in the kids roles but I guess i got over that.). But this is my favorite book and this is not it.
That said, I am really eager to see Company and Mrs Doubtfire ..the casts are incredible. And SIX is just so much fun.
jakethesnake said: "Ado Annie D'Ysquith said: "I'm just annoyed that there are no weekday matinees. What gives?"
There are almost never weekday matinees during previews. They spend the day rehearsing and perform at night. And they don't usually add weekday matinees to a schedule until kids are out of school. They do 5 show weekends instead."
If you check the calendar on the official website right now, there are only 4 Wed mat
A long time ago in a production of Wait Until Dark. The female lead is blind and she is being attacked by the "bad guy" in her apartment and she is trying to hide from him. She has turned off the lights to give herself an advantage so everything is very dark on stage, the audience is squinting trying to see what's going on.......but then the attacker opens another door where both he and the light crash back into the scene.
ACL2006 said: "Oakley performed the matinee today and Jones finished her run by returning for the evening show tonight. Bareilles starts on Monday. Jones is expected to return Feb. 9 and stay with the show through its closing on July 4."
How could Jones return on February 9th? Sara is still in the show.
yankeefan7 said: ""And then for Katharine to pull Stephanie with her center stage to share the Jenna bow... that was quite extraordinary and completely selfless. I don’t think I’ll ever forget that one. "
I did not know why she did that after reading your post and I went to youtube to watch clip of the final bow and speeches. In the comment section, somebody explained how much Stephanie has done for the show during their entire run. That was really a