I think it could happen. Probably as a cheesy one with a superficial plot about relationship drama. I'd rather see Taylor compose her own musical with a completely original score/plot, though. I'm not sure if she's a great playwright, but I do think she's amazing at writing songs - even if the themes of her music can get repetitive, i can't deny her talent.
I'm seeing the third or fourth preview (I'm not sure, but the date is December 6th) and i'm SO excited. Pro-tip for people who are students (and/or people who still have access to a .edu email and a Student ID) - Get an A.R.T. Student Membership. Even if this is the only show you'll see there, it's worth it. The membership is 10 dollars and the tix are ALL 15 dollars, for ANY SEAT at ANY PERFORMANCE of ANY SHOW. Needless to say, I'll probably see it more than once beca
Has anyone heard back from Anaïs Mitchell and/or Rachel Chavkin? I sent them letters, both addressed to the Kerr, about a month after the Tonys...I wouldn't expect a response this soon anyway, especially considering that Anaïs has been on tour/vacation outside the US...I'm mostly worried that the letters might've gotten lost somewhere due to the fact that I sent them by the time they stopped frequenting the theatre.
I just saw the May 4th matinee and loved every second. Of course, I went in EXTREMELY biased - Dave Malloy is my favorite composer, I am very starved of acapella musicals, and internet addiction is a topic that interests me. I also loved most of the cast already, the only exception being the ones that I wasn't familiar with.
That being said, it isn't for everyone. If you aren't into Dave Malloy's whole ~experimentally weird genre~ it may not be your thing (although it i