SPIDER-MAN to Shut Down for 2-3 Weeks; 3 Month Delay in Opening? Mar 9
2011, 08:25:08 AM
I hope they make appropriate changes! I saw it a couple of nights ago and they've made really great leaps in progress and I really enjoyed it. I'm glad they're taking the time to consider more changes, particularly for the second Act.
I usually don't think there's an issue with casting people of color in white roles because for characters that are written as white or traditionally played as white, their perceived whiteness has usually nothing to do with their character, so it's usually not a big deal.
 Plays of Summer Mar 6
2010, 01:02:40 AM
Wit Twilight of the Golds Doubt Baby in the Bathwater No Exit The Children's Hour Stop Kiss An Actor's Nightmare Arsenic & Old Lace The Trojan Women
The Glass Menagerie Jan 11
2010, 04:13:08 PM
It's southern gothic and it's a dream play. That's what I learned when I read it in my Theatre class.
Doubt script - signed by Cherry Jones! - $20 Doubt poster - $20 reasons to be pretty window card - $5 Ragtime window card - $10 Equality Pin - $1
Playbills: (most are 3 for $1) Caroline, or Change Brighton Beach Memoirs Angels in America Lesbian Vampires of Sodom (I couldn't resist the title!) Passing Strange Assassins reasons to
re: Pokemon Live: The Musical Jul 14
2009, 08:54:18 AM
Hey, don't knock the Pokemon musical!!! I saw it when I was little, and I really enjoyed it! I still remember a lot of it. It had giant, cool-looking Pokemon puppets like Venasaur and Electrode, and the MechaMew2 puppet was HUGE and awesome. I really liked the songs in the show, and I actually liked the story! If I saw it today, I would probably laugh and scoff at it, but when I saw it at seven or eight years old, it definitely did its job and was a lot of fun.
re: Wicked the Movie on IMDB... 2010 Sep 26
2008, 08:45:24 PM
Already? Awfully quickly in my opinion. I would've thought the producers would officially start work on the film when the grossing for the show goes way down.
Young Frankenstein as best musical? Grease as best ensemble cast? Spamalot as best long-run Broadway show?
Favorite Moments May 25
2008, 08:48:26 AM
I love the bass chords in the off-Broadway revival recording of Godspell.
The last unison "I love you" the parents sing in "The I Love You Song" from Spelling Bee.
I can't really describe it, but in "The Night That Goldman Spoke at Union Square" there's a small instrumental that's played as Emma Goldman was speaking and every pause after Mother's Younger Brother sings. I just ADORE the sound of it, it just reminds me of the Industrial Revolution because to me it almost sounds l