bwayphreak234 said: "VotePeron said: "I hope no one on this board will write anything about it - it must be seen to be believed.All I'll say is with a year of extremely dated revivals with bad stances on women (OOTI, Carousel, MFL),"
I strongly disagree with your inclusion of My Fair Lady in the list of "dated revivals" from last season.
Whether anyone really enjoyed Sher's interpretation of the show or
itsjustmejonhotmailcom said: "Will Waverly Gallery be considered a new play or a revival?"
It will be considered as a revival, because the show previously had a production in New York, but never played Broadway (this is true of any "revival" production that never made it to Broadway in its original iteration, i.e. Violet, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and all of Lonergan's plays, surprisingly!)
Bwayfan292 said: "Solipsist234 said: "GeorgeandDot said: "Their opinion is valid, but don't take it as definitive because the word of mouth on here contrasts what I see elsewhere and doesn't represent the majority. I certainly wouldn't decide whether or not to see this show based upon the reviews on here."
Oh, my thoughts exactly, GeorgeandDot!!! I don't live in New York, but I would never take the word of a few people on a messa
GeorgeandDot said: "Their opinion is valid, but don't take it as definitive because the word of mouth on here contrasts what I see elsewhere and doesn't represent the majority. I certainly wouldn't decide whether or not to see this show based upon the reviews on here."
Oh, my thoughts exactly, GeorgeandDot!!! I don't live in New York, but I would never take the word of a few people on a message board to form my opinion on a show I might see!
GeorgeandDot said: "^The negative word of mouth on here is shocking to me considering how positive the word of mouth everywhere else seems to be and that it's now extended into December. I'd take the reviews on here with a grain of salt."
...maybe other posters don't share the same opinion as you perhaps? I don't know, but that's just a thought.
That depends on how you see it, robsky! If you or Sondhemite are saying that BroadwayWorld would be a better place WITHOUT me, then you clearly do not understand how horribly inane it already is with a poster LIKE YOU perusing around yelling at another poster!
BTW, comparing me to "that Lion Roar kid" (this is in response to Sondheimite's post) is completely and utterly laughable. That kid was actually a tro
BroadwayConcierge said: "Why do I continue to engage with somebody who suggested that another user was on incorrectly prescribed medication by a psychiatrista few weeks ago?"
And why do I continue to engage with someone who posted truly abhorrent things on the Off-Topic board, tried to cover it up with an "it's all good" thread in that typical BroadwayConcierge way, and has literally caused so many posters to leave because of his cloyingness and complet
BroadwayConcierge said: "By the time it closes, it will be the 25th longest-running show in Broadway history, edging out the spot currently held byThe Producers. Nothing to scoff at in the slightest."
...yeah, that's true, but when I brought up this very topic in that other thread (it's on the front page of the board, as a matter of fact; I'm assuming you bumped it?), I was woefully shot down by a few posters, even though I had a clear argument i
I got to see the tour when it came to Dallas a few years back, and believe it or not, J. Harrison Ghee was my Lola (he and the other understudy were tag-teaming while Kyle Taylor Parker was filling in for Billy Porter on Broadway.) This show holds such a special place in my heart, and I'm so glad I got the opportunity to see it!!!
BroadwayConcierge said: "Get over yourself, Solipsist."
Maybe you should get over yourself and learn to live with the fact that an Eliza in a current company of Hamilton does not have a wig! What the actor personally looks like is completely irrelevant to the entire theme of Hamilton; it is based around a suspension of disbelief (that's the whole point!)
Hamilton already broke the norms in terms of being a groundbreaking piece of musi