DottieD'Luscia said: "I saw the show Friday evening. I got 2nd row center loge with the broadwaybox discount. I saw this production during it's 2nd week of previews. At that time I thought it was a good production of a show I don't particularly care for. There were times the show dragged. I liked Lauren Ambrose and found her vulnerability completely believable.
I have to admit I liked the show immensely on Friday night. The pacing was much better. I preferred D
Repeat Visits To Shows Feb 19
2019, 05:28:53 AM
I know there are people who see shows more than once. I know people see the same show a lot. As long as they have the money for it, and they are rewspectful to the show and the actors, I dont see a problem with this. Theyre not hurting anyone and why should people care if it brings someone joy? Thoughts?
Plannietink08 said: "theaterlyfe19 said: "Do you think they'd use her in the advertisements for the show without at least telling us how she'd be involved in the production? Maybe she's just being used as a model for the show? Although if that's the case, I don't understand why they wouldn't use Stephanie Torns...I'm so confused!"
Definitely not. I think someone messed by publishing that banner when they did. I doubt they'
If you're on the fence about it, I'd try the lottery.
If you've been listening to the cast recording and have fallen in love with it, I'd say absolutely do what you can to see it. I saw it on Thursday after months of being a little sick of its overexposure, but I can not deny Lin-Manuel Mirandas genius. The way he weaves everything together, the incredible score that will have you laughing one minute, emotional the next...I was blown away. But the real emotion came towa
Do you think they'd use her in the advertisements for the show without at least telling us how she'd be involved in the production? Maybe she's just being used as a model for the show? Although if that's the case, I don't understand why they wouldn't use Stephanie Torns...I'm so confused!
herewegoabc said: "When I saw it off-Broadway,I actually felt like it was Act 2 that dragged some. Specifically The Pants Song. It felt pointless and seemed way too long. I also feel like Pitiful Children could benefit from being cut down a little bit.
YvanEhtNioj, where is the new song, Synced Up, located? I saw that you felt it was one of the parts that dragged. "
Oh my goodness I wish they cut The Pants song. So weird. They could’ve gone without i
Next Jenna in Waitress Feb 18
2019, 04:55:50 AM
Nothing has been announced yet which I find a little odd? I told someone I know who works at the theater that I was worried and they said not to be. So I’m sure we’ll hear something this week!
Good question...I don't think the number of rush tickets was specified anywhere.
I wonder if there's already a line right now and how long it is. I'm really used to waking up early, so I can definitely swing by on Saturday to see what the situation is. I'll ask the first person in line what time they got there, too!
CT2NYC said: "theaterlyfe19 said: "The thing is, this show is in previews. While you can say they've had a long time to work on it, the same could be said for a lot of shows. I highly doubt the creative team isn't somewhere in the house every night, seeing what needs to be changed, fixed, etc. The show hasn't been frozen yet. Also speaking of which; does a show get frozen at its final preview? Does anyone know the specifics on that?"
Not today as I'm at work, but I will stop by tonight to see what the stage door situation is like tonight. On Saturday I will stop by the theater to see what the rush situation s like since it will be the first weekend and people could potentially be there extremely early, maybe even overnight? Do we think that will actually happen?
disneybroadwayfan22 said: "I saw him in the role last month and he was adorable!!!! West End would be blessed"
100% agree! I saw him and Sara...they had such amazing chemistry and played really well off each other! I guess it helped that they're such good friends. But I was so impressed...I had seen Sara previously in the role in her last stints, but it seemed like she got even better this time around. A+ performances from everyone (and especially Larry Marshall-
I'm not sure about this. Maybe if she does what Springsteen did and brings a concert of sorts to Broadway she'd get an honorary Tony? I do not see a remake or revival of Funny Girl happening soon. Is it even a rumor aside from the Rosie O'Donnell incident?
Please keep Lady Gaga, Lea Michele and Ariana Grande away from the movie. They can sing, they can act, but not all of them can do all three. Plus they can cast names in roles like Boq, Nessa, The Wizard, Madame, Fiyero, without resorting to what one might call...could you call this stunt casting? I just really want new names for this movie. But also....I feel like a few years ago we got a release date for a movie (which obviously didn't happen) so I'll believe this when it happens?&nb
VotePeron said: "Off Broadway, there were two projection surfaces/screensthat hung above stage left and stage right, and they had live subtitles projected onto them for every line/lyric. They project an English translation, with a Russian translation slightly below it. The screens blend into the set, and the subtitles aren't distracting at all. If you know the show well, I found myself not looking at them during the songs since they've had to change a lot of lyrics for the tr
The thing is, this show is in previews. While you can say they've had a long time to work on it, the same could be said for a lot of shows. I highly doubt the creative team isn't somewhere in the house every night, seeing what needs to be changed, fixed, etc. The show hasn't been frozen yet. Also speaking of which; does a show get frozen at its final preview? Does anyone know the specifics on that?