Good luck selling in those large venues--he's not exactly in the pop bracket but well know among the theatre crowd-but really. I sure wouldn't be keen to see his 2hr concert. A cabaret show--sure.
Now--what was that music vid. all about?? Couldn't understand the lyrics, so why all that angst? He was brooding, moody and his Matt Damon look alike boyfriend appeared sympathetic-for a while. Seems like a lot of self doubt going on there and the BF got sick of dragging him out i
GavPS---I am shocked by your comments so I contacted my outback black fella friends by bush telephone and was told that they have never heard of a 'vidoetape'--their only music is a didgeridoo and a wabble board.
Though they did say they heard some very strange sounds once when a pink bus went past their camp site with a whitie on top in a long silver dress with lots of face paint sitting in a shoe.
That sight unfortunately forced them to retreat further into the Nullabo
Marlothom said: "What a special night. I repeat, Jessie, spend the Summer in Chicago and do the Goodman production! I have such fond memories of performing in this show many moons ago and "curtain call surprise" completely brought me to tears of joy. What a great small but mighty (and diverse)cast."
Me too. I played Tommy Dijilas in a pro-am production so have been following this with great interest. Eventually we all will get to see this wonderful surprisi
About 70%[made that up] of audiences would go 'Oh look, BS is in a musical called Gypsy, love her, never heard of this one but let's go see it', and they would accept whatever was up there on the screen.
Gypsy is an old fashioned book musical, part truth, and the only colour and movement comes when the kids do their bit and that has to look very amateurish. Can't do the clever editing like Chicago--Gypsy is a journey for each character when we meet them.
Be interesting to tell a little back story for Mamma to see her trying and failing. Don't know but was she successful on stage as? and her 2 girls came along and prevented her being a 'big star'?