ArtMan said: "ModernMillie3 said: "No, it's not gross, it's very common among theater actors. And if you have ever read a thread about himyou know he spits when he sings live. Common knowledge among the community, and widely talked about on here for years."
He also spits when he is not singing. I sat front row at Deathtrap in London. I was lucky I wasn't hit."
Well God help the person opposite during a love song. There are ta
We have a similar situation in Australia but this time with a footballer. He spouted his big mouth through the written word somewhere about gays and the faith and got booted off the team losing millions of $s in contract and sponsors.
Now fighting in the courts for religious freedom of expression.
Line up every book of faith/religion of which there are 100s--all written whenever by a person. Read them all and THEN decide 'I like this one, I'm going to try and influence e
After watching those 10 moments we hope to see-and they all were memorable and would have to be in the musical---I would just HATE[and I won't be] to be in the audience at any performance when the audience screams when a familiar line is uttered.
A professional performer is a one person business. They own and sell a commodity-themselves. An audition is their 'shop window' . If they are 'sold' then a contract of sale with CONDITIONS are agreed upon between buyer and seller.
What goes into that contract is private.
If the merchandise proves to be faulty then the sale is null and void.
A performer protects their own property but if being 'terrified' that your person might be off the nigh