JSquared2 said: "robskynyc said: "I don't understand how the people around them don't say anything?! if I see a phone out during a show my inner Patti comes out and I'm like "yo put you ****ing phone away or ill put it away for you"
most people put it away. but I did snatch someones phone out of their hand at Chicago and throw it into the aisle."
Then I'd say it's only a matter of time before someone beats the sh&
I finally managed to get my hands on the audio of the entire show. and I see what others where saying here it is so WEIRD how the audience laughs at the beginning of almost every single song. WHY?! LOL
Elfuhbuh said: "Im sorry, but there is no way JK Rowling had a racially mysterious Hermione in mind when she wrote those books. Shes only saying that now because she saw some fans suggesting Hermione could be black a couple years before Cursed Child was a thing and was like, Yeah! However the fans want to interpret her, etc., etc. But she did approve the cover art, she did describe Hermiones face as white in one scene, and she implied Hermione got a tan during vacation in Prizoner of
its ONE production thats only running ONE week. calm the F down. its not that serious. its also very SUS that you made your account specifically to post this. did you audition and they passed you over? whats your real reason for bashing this?
Sho-Tunes-R-Us said: "If ever a show needed to play Vegas KONG is the one. And I don't mean that in a bad way. The spectacle could be enhance five times over with a Vegas budget and the show cut to a tab version, ala Phantom: The Spectacle. That show ran at Paris LV for many years...as did Mamma Mia! (the first time 'round). The tourists would eat it up and the Big Guy would continue to RRRRRRROOOOAAAARRRR for many moons."
BroadwayNoob said: "chuckydisc said: "BroadwayNoob said: "Ok, looks like the only day I can go see it with my friend is the evening show on the 29th. We would like to keep it fairly cheap, so even if we cannot grab the rush, do you think we should just wait to see what the box office has to offer?"
If wanting to keep it cheap why not ensure you get there early enough for rush?
Call_me_jorge said: "robskynyc said: "Call_me_jorge said: "This is very good question and one I really had to think about. I dont think Ill forget about the fun home tours transition going into the house. It so breathtaking and shocking at the same time. Kind of on that note the first transition in Lookingglass Alice is always a wonder to watch."
are you talking about the projections where it looks like she's going down in the elevator?
Call_me_jorge said: "This is very good question and one I really had to think about. I dont think Ill forget about the fun home tours transition going into the house. It so breathtaking and shocking at the same time. Kind of on that note the first transition in Lookingglass Alice is always a wonder to watch."
are you talking about the projections where it looks like she's going down in the elevator? I think it was with Janet Dacal
its a tough call- I went in blind and LOVED it. and *mostly* understood everything. what I didn't get, I figured out later with the OBC. my boyfriend went in blind as well and hated it. he said he could barely understand them and wished he had listened to the OBC.
CT2NYC said: "robskynyc said: "y'all realize this thread was started in December of 2017 right? and there hasn't been another peep about this since then. except for that bad @SS revival they did on the lake."