Surprised to read that Jane Alexander wasn't "so nice" at the Stage Door. Perhaps that guy she had signed for before, was a regular there and she was just tired of it. Glad to read other reports here where she is "more friendly".
I just saw Dear Evan Hansen in Toronto yesterday afternoon and it was excellent. I am very surprised it will be having such a short run. Since the actors would under contract, what happens when a show closes early? It truly is worth seeing before it leaves Toronto!
I'm seeing King Lear in July - the Saturday evening performance before Sunday's closing. Hope she continues to greet fans at the Stage Door after the performance - one of my favorite actresses of all time!
Wondering if anyone stopped by the Stage Door after a "King Lear" performance......Glenda Jackson was friendly after "Three Tall Women" but with the length of "King Lear" I was wondering if she signed or took any photos after a performance. Also, I'm a fan of Ruth Wilson as well!
When Linda Evans came out the stage door she was alone (there were only 4 or 5 people waiting). She was nice, chatted, signed for everyone, and took the photo with me (no one else asked). When Joan Collins came out the door she was with her husband and assistant. The assistant was holding an umbrella over her head as there were a few drops of rain (nothing major). She signed for everyone. I asked for the photo with her and she said yes. I asked her hu
I saw the show in Toronto and enjoyed it mainly because I was a fan of "Dynasty". The fighting happened basically centre stage as much as I recall of it. I met both actresses at the stage door. Linda Evans literally was out the door 5 minutes after the curtain call. Joan Collins came out with her husband and assistant. I was able to get a photo with both and my program signed. If anyone is interested, I do have a couple of extra playbills of the show th
I know Stockhard Channing is opening soon in an off-Broadway show. I have been a fan of hers for many years and was wondering who has met her at the Stage Door. She is someone I would definitely be interested in meeting and would like to hear about people's past experiences.
I always think when I read these posts "to each his own". I actually thoroughly enjoyed "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical". I also saw "Mary Paige Marlowe" and didn't enjoy it so much. My favourite show ever is "Come From Away" probably because I visited Newfoundland, I was "screeched in", and just really liked the high energy those 12 actors brought to their parts. Plus, both times I saw it, I was front row centre.