Any word from this weekend's performance as to who was on/off for the 3 shows?
Is there another access point for this information? Is there another social media area that would discuss this? I am interested in this and hoping that the routine of the 8 shows a week will settle in to allow the actors to do as many shows as they wish to do.
n2nbaby said: "Rose2 said: "I was at the matinee today and Isaac & the full cast performed!!"
I was at the matinee and Isaac did NOT perform. In fact, we had five understudies. Tony, Riff and a few others. For whatever reason the insert in the Playbill included the full cast but the understudy board was updated."
Five understudies one day, and a few days ago 3 understudies. And the show is not even open a week. And the od
WSS dropped almost 70K their official opening week. But attendance and overall gross are very high. Wonder how the not all rave reviews will impact the box office in the weeks to come. They are at 84 percent of gross potential, I see. Are they ever on TKTS?
Bettyboy72 said: "Sutton Ross said: "Am I the only one who finds this shocking? 2 days after opening and 3 leads out. Do the producers get upset by this? The show should be on a post opening high. Perplexed."
I think you may be.They just needed everyone in for opening night, expect a ton of understudies from now on."
This is going to be the norm I fear. As the reviews have clearly pointed out, the show is the star. I’m sure
It takes years to develop a critical style, and as a researcher I go back years and years to read what critics said about a show because I wasn't there and they were. Critical reporting is creating an invaluable history of the Broadway musical. A priceless history. It does take a lot of effort to write a review. For the New York Times? One of the most important reviews to be published? Are you kidding me that it "doesn't take much effort."
She has been doing a lot of tv work lately and is a natural for the camera. Besides I really think she "owns" the role. She embodies it like no one else. So powers-that-be if you are reading my lowly posting PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE cast Beth. She would bring an original cast authenticity to the proceedings that would be amazing.
Hello all. I saw a great discount code for Molly Brown that expires on the 31st. My question is: does the Abrons Arts Center have a balcony? For some reason when I go to order tickets for this show they are only showing me orchestra seats are various price levels. I have never been to this theater and am curious if they sell seats for the balcony? Or maybe just not for this show? I always try to sit in the balcony when I can as I enjoy looking down on
Cannot wait to see this . Already have my ticket. Ms. Malone is a dynamo and the supporting cast looks terrific. I think this will be an interesting and respectful adaptation as I get the feeling that the creatives really love the work! The original had a deeply flawed book so anything is an improvement on that.