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I wouldn't mind another staging of "Pimpernel" or "Waiting For the Moon aka "Scott & Zelda". Just not sure he should bring it to Broadway as my friend Frank does not fare well on those famous 12/13 blocks of NYC. Also wouldn't mind another try at "Civil War". These were my favorite Wildhorn shows. Just my 2 cents.
Yikes! sorry to hear this. I had hoped it would be given at least good to mixed reviews. The preview ads look impressive and some of the music that I've heard sounds compelling. While a show does not necessarily hinge on the vocal talents of its leads, Josh Young is one heck of a talented singer and actor.
I know Josh and how thrilled he is to be part of this and how hard he works to make every role his best. It's so refreshing to hear that a "new" producti
Kevin's wife Dodie Pettit shares her story of how 150 people came together to pay musical tribute to Broadway's Kevin Gray. This is an incredibly well done CD and one you may want to have in your Broadway collection. The packaging for the double CD is one of the best I've see. Dodie's vocal arrangements are wonderful. Orchestrations top notch and the vocalists are extraordinary. What a fine tribute! The proceeds of CD sales go to two foundations set up in Kevin's name
Frank Wildhorn's Freedom's Song DC reviews Mar 26
2015, 07:11:42 PM
Interesting that there's a re-invention of this project. Always thought it was a good piece that just got lost in whatever else was happenning on Broadway back in the day. That and the fact that some people loved to bash Frank. The last version I covered at a smaller professional venue in NJ. was really impressive. In fact people who saw this on Broadway were equally impressed. It's one of his better works, imo.
Jennifer Hudson in Upcoming Jan 10
2015, 04:39:13 PM
Stunt casting for mediocre repeated shows end when the 'star' leaves. Saw the tour. It was fair. Just another opinion.
Norm Lewis Replacement? Jan 10
2015, 02:11:54 PM
Julia is outstanding and seems thrilled to be there. IMO, the newly staged version was very creative and brings a fresh new slant to the show with a younger slightly updated feel without creating a sacrilege to the original. The sets were surprisingly good, though I did miss the Red Death arising from the staircase! Is the 'newly staged' version still touring? It's worth seeing.
Christine alternate schedule Jan 10
2015, 02:05:48 PM
IMO, Julia Udine is an outstanding Christine. Very strong, yet refreshingly new. Saw her in the Philly tour of the newly staged version. Very impressed.
Norm Lewis Replacement? Jan 8
2015, 09:12:02 PM
Norm has always spent a measure of time on the West Coast, where he is also very popular in other entertainment industries that might attract him. I'm hoping to hear who's returning and have my picks too. Either way, the show is still in good shape. Highly suggest you see Julia Undine as Christine. She's given the role a fresh new feel. So happy a South Jersey girl gets to play this on Broadway.
Walnut Street Theatre’s 207th Anniversary Season includes:
HIGH SOCIETY (Sept. 8 – Oct. 25) Opening night: September 16, 7pm
CHRISTMAS STORY, THE MUSICAL (Nov. 10 – Jan. 10) Opening night: November 18, 7pm
HARVEY (Jan. 19 – Mar. 6) Opening night: January 27, 7pm
PETER AND THE STARCATCHER (Mar. 15 – May 1) Opening night: March 23, 7pm
SISTER ACT (May 17 – July 1
Norm Lewis Replacement? Jan 2
2015, 08:35:27 PM
I have heard talk about a former phantom who toured a few years back is being considered. Hoping it will be true.
Just let it go Jan 2
2015, 08:32:00 PM
"Let It Go" already. Unless you are ready to walk in her shoes and perform in frigid temps. to others expectations. No one in the business, as performers that is, are spewing about any of this.
What Do They Do In Between Gigs? Jul 17
2014, 03:04:59 PM
If the actors are fortunate to have had long running shows or been in frequent Bd'w shows they are wise to bank some of their income. Many still have agents who look for performing opportunities from year to year such as concerting if they are self-contained with charts & accompaniment.( Craig Schulman, Jeri Sager, Linda Eder and many more). Some develop and produce shows to market (Rob Evan), to name a few.
Some decide to write music, open studios, teach etc. (Ray McLeod, Tony V
Sam Harris's HAM: SLICES OF A LIFE at 54 Below Jan 17
2014, 06:48:19 PM
Sam Harris in one of my favorite stand alone artists to see in concert. His story telling, his humor, honesty and uniquely wonderful vocals make him one of the most charismatic personalities to grab the audience and never let them go! I've had the pleasure of seeing him in shows and getting to know him during a solo concert and interview. He truly delights. In his own words " I AM really Aretha Franklin" in a man's body.
Frank Langella as King Lear Jan 17
2014, 06:40:34 PM
Sorry to hear you were disappointed with Langella's performance. I've admired his work for a long time. Do you think it's because of directional decisions or was he just not good in the role? He's such a polished actor.
Found an old review that pretty much sums up what I thought as well. It ran through about 800 performances. Yes, it won awards, though I don't agree it was deserving. My vote didn't count! I just hate to see so many revivals trying to re-invent a way to succeed