Miles2Go2 said: "First, let me say I have not seen the stage production, but my interpretation of “One Day I’ll Fly Away” in the movie is different than Wick3’s. I see it as a song that foreshadowsSatine’s death. I’m not sure that occurred to me until I rewatched it recently. "
I think you're both right. To me, the reason it works so well is because it's working on those two levels. It's dramatic irony at its best. <
BalconyClub said: "MadAboutTheBoy said: "We're driving from Kentucky ..."
Run time is 2:40 or thereabouts.
Both of your restaurantchoices are excellent.
When heading from the Loop north to Belmont, you may takethe red or brown line train. The red line is a subway for about 5 or 6 stops, then above ground as an el for 2 stops. The brown line is all el, and offers better scenery - such as when the train crosses the Chicago Riveran
"We don’t know how Marilyn Monroe got her white dress to fly up like that in “The Seven Year Itch.” No matter how hard we try, we always end up flashing oncoming traffic, or even worse losing our dresses all together. Well, hopefully when Marilyn! The New Musical comes to Vegas, we can learn a thing or two, and finally get it right.
Since this thread is already here, I might as well ask this: Is there anyone who can offer guidance or advice to a theatre novice who is very interested in buying (hopefully reasonably priced) tickets to this? Where do I begin? I see acronyms mentioned all the time (I still don't know what TDF is), but is some insider information on getting a good deal that anyone can give me? I am in the Midwest and would be travelling, so any recommendations for places to stay, eat, etc. are also v
Scarlet Leigh said: "Found more images the same cast as above as well as a second cast. They have few casts that rotate in these stage shows at the parks daily since they do shows pretty much back to back during the day. Elsa in the one cast is white BUT Elsa in the other cast is not. As someone that has worked in the entertainment department in the Disney theme parks back in the day and know how strict the company is about how their characters are portrayed in the par
This is such minor quibble, but it has been nagging at me the past few days. I've recently discovered "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812" and have been listening to the songs on YouTube. What a gorgeous libretto! I'm really hoping to see a performance sometime in the new future. But when I first listened to the song "Charming," I couldn't for the life of me figure out what the artist was singing in the line, "O