Sondheimite said: "GreeneStreet said: "The problem Waitress is going to face, (and who knows mabye it will be this run) is that Sara is not going to be able to sell the show anymore. Everyone who has wanted to see her, has at this point.
When you have about 3 Jenna’s drop in a month, something isn’t right.."
100% well said.
I've been closely following Broadway for a long time. I've had people slipping me inside i
Miramar3 said: "adamgreer said: "The night I attended the show, people were very aware of Miss Buckley’s absence. The show started off a little flat until Sheridan got her footing. The laughs didn’t really begin to come until the dress shop scene.
Regarding “pacing” yourself...Miss Buckley should be more concerned with having the energy to perform every night than she is with going to visit Mickey Mouse. If she was “pacing” hers
Niles Silvers said: "It's a tour company, for Lawd's sake! Let the understudies get their experience;I doubt many people will even notice the difference. There's also the business of pacing yourself during a long haul. She's a pro and knows what's good for her."
Yeah, us poor, uncultured, rubes who dare to love outside of New York don’t deserve top quality performances!
Jmyachi77 said: "She did the first 2 nights in Orlando."
She did not. And it’s bad form to be missing shows while simultaneously posting photos of your sightseeing around town.
Regardless, Midler missed one scheduled performance. Donna Murphy and Bernadette Peters missed none. Channing’s record speaks for itself. As it was discussed in the other thread, Buckley seems quite socially active in all these places for someon
Bernadette gave a very, very broad performance as Desiree, but she always reigned it in for Clowns and delivered a shockingly understated yet terrifically poignant rendition of that number. It was by far my favorite part of her performance.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Menken/Ahrens) Dec 1
2018, 10:34:07 AM
I used to see this every year when it played in the MSG “theater.” Despite the horrendous sight lines in there unless you sprung for one of the best seats (which I always did because otherwise you felt like the show was being performed in another zip code), it was always great fun. I got to take my nieces and nephews every year when they were old enough and they loved it, too.
My favorite Scrooge was Tony Randall, with F. Murray Abraham just behind him. Jim Dale was also excellent. Ben
She’s wearing a poncho in the photo in question (it was on her IG story then reposted by the official Hello Dolly IG) and the only day it rained here this week was Monday, so I’m guessing that’s when it happened. I have a screenshot of it on my phone, but I have no idea how to post it. I’ll try to figure it out.
I agree that it’s bad form to be posting pictures of yourself visiting the local attractions when you only performed in one of the four s
Trump supporter- Strikes again! At wicked! Nov 30
2018, 05:12:02 PM
I still would like one of the Trump supporters on here to hohestky answer how they can support a man whose beliefs are anathema to everything the arts stand for. I’ve been asking here for two years now and all they’ll say is “I don’t have to justify my vote to you.”