Bob & Carol &Ted &Alice (PREVIEWS) Jan 18
2020, 04:47:32 PM
Saw this today and I have to say I think it was the strangest musical I’ve ever seen but I think I really liked it. Performances were all around pretty great with Michael Zegen and Ana Nogueira being standouts. Very impressed with Suzanne Vega. This was definitely a mood piece and not everyone in the audience appeared to enjoy it but it was certainly different and I appreciated it for taking the risks, even if not all of them paid off. It did feel long at times but overall was glad I went.
CATS Film Adaptation Thread Dec 20
2019, 10:42:02 PM
I went to the theatre this afternoon expecting a Rocky Horror Style Romp and got a bunch of people who took this movie way too seriously. It was not fun.
Mystery of Edwin Drood - Voting Logistics Dec 16
2019, 04:33:45 AM
It’s been a while since I’ve been in it but I believe the Datchery still stays in for the lover. And I know Jasper stayed in cause I remember memorizing several endings for the lovers. I don’t think Jasper is a popular choice for lover tho because the audience has seen so much of him.
Jordan Fisher—DEH Dec 3
2019, 11:58:30 AM
I like Jordan but he feels too old and too cool for the role. Or is that just me?
The Inheritance or Slave Play? Nov 24
2019, 04:39:48 PM
Slave Play. I got infinitely more out of the 2 hours and $39 spent than I did from 7 hours and $100 for The Inheritance.
Grammy Award Musical Theater Album Nov 21
2019, 01:07:29 AM
I can count on one hand the amount of times I’ve made it through the full Moulin Rouge cast recording. This is Hadestown’s to lose and would be a nice way for the Grammys to honor Anaïs Mitchell’s largely understated career in the music industry. The album is exquisite in every way.
Jagged Little Pill preview thread Nov 6
2019, 11:10:44 PM
I don’t think this is nearly as bad as everyone here is saying but we all know how catty these threads get. Just know it’s not gonna be the best thing you’ve ever seen but there’s a lot of good there too.