Disappointed (I'm dying for this show to reach a new audience) but not surprised. It's my favorite, but it wouldn't work for TV. Maybe HBO could pull it off, since they wouldn't have to censor it as much as NBC.
If anyone was curious, I decided to see Waitress on Friday with a pretty decent size duffel. Called the Brooks, and apparently they don't even have a coat check so you are SOL with anything you need to check.... current plan is to just put some stuff in my smaller work bag and hope for the best!
Hi all! The last thread I found about this topic was from more than 10 years ago so I figured I might just start another one to ask. I work in NYC and am planning to see a show on Friday, but I will have an overnight bag with me because I am going to be heading home after. The bag isn't huge but I think its probably too big to fit under most seats. Can I check is somewhere (coat check?) or do I just try to fit my home clothes in my smaller work bag?
I feel like the answer to this question probably is in this thread somewhere but I do not have the patience for this search function today. I am eligible for TDF because I'm a full time student, and I have submitted my proof of eligibility twice now with no response. I would like to purchase tickets soon (this week) for something but haven't heard back. Anyone have a thought as to what I should do?
Niles Silvers said: "I'm sure your family members have minds of their own, regardless of your status as a theatrical maven."
That they certainly do, although none of them really have an opinion here, because they are looking to me for advice on this one, thus I came here. Right now I'm leaning towards sending them in blind, I think they'll be able to get the idea. My dad and my brother are history buffs so that certainly helps, I think?
Hi- this is a super random ask and I'm sorry if the information is somewhere else on this website. But anyway, my entire family (my mom, dad and 16 year old brother) are going to see Hamilton in the spring. I'm the designated theatre fan of the family, so im already familiar with the cast recording. Should I have them listen to it before we go or do I send them in blind?Â
I've been bouncing back and forth about posting on here. I read those Frozen threads a lot (it's one of my favorite shows for a variety of reasons) and I was disappointed to see all the negativity in there. I think that a lot of people over stepped from all sides. But the main thing I pulled away from this was that.... we don't want to turn into stan twitter. I'm more active there than I am on here, but some of the stuff that I've seen on there... the bullying, the rudenes
Sorry if the link doesn't work (I'm on mobile) but apparently there's a fire in theÂ Broadhurst?
Jessica Vosk- Anita Video Dec 6
2018, 07:59:06 PM
Just for the record, I get that I’m on twitter and i’m young and whatever, but i don’t reallt agree with everything that’s being said about her, just showing y’all what happens on twitter
Littleshopofcarrie said: "kelsey1389 said: "I logged out of twitter last night because that stuff was getting so ugly. I will say that everyone certainly overreacted, and that includes Vosk. Replying to comments, going into dms and acting this defensive (and at times, rude) didn't help her case, nor did it solve the situation. Twitter isn't a huge fan of her to begin with, so I'm assuming that played a part as well."
I logged out of twitter last night because that stuff was getting so ugly. I will say that everyone certainly overreacted, and that includes Vosk. Replying to comments, going into dms and acting this defensive (and at times, rude) didn't help her case, nor did it solve the situation. Twitter isn't a huge fan of her to begin with, so I'm assuming that played a part as well.
I saw this on Facebook today (https://www.facebook.com/events/172962660317513/). Excited that the tour is coming to Philly, since it's not far from where I go to school and had a hope that tickets would be cheaper (friend is a massive fan and I've been dying to take her). But when I go on the website to buy tickets, the theaters website says they're not available, but the link through Faceboo
Does playing someone who is basically a living legend help Block or hurt her? I think this could really be her year, everything I've heard about her performance is outstanding but I don't know how the voters will feel about a jukebox musical?
I went when I was a lot younger so I was super short, but I sat in probably the 5th row center orchestra and was absolutely mind blown. It was my first Broadway show and I still remember thinking that the chandelier was going to hit me on its way up. You should be able to see everything pretty well from those seats.