BCfitasafiddle said: "After how much I adored her in My Fair Lady, I will always be heartbroken that I didn’t get to see Lauren Ambrose. I just know she would’ve been sensational."
Close to a decade ago, I became aware that Funny Girl was going to be presented at the Ahmanson Theatre, and was mad with anticipation. Started making plans to drive up to Los Angeles for a nice weekend of musical theatre.&nbs
LizzieCurry said: "I'm mostly surprised that someone posting on this here Broadway Whirled dot Com website has never heard of Chad Kimball, whose body of work is hard to ignore at least. I'm also surprised one would admit it."
And I'm mostly surprised that bullies and trolls are permitted to post on this here Broadway Whirled dot Com website.
""You can hate me if you want, but I refuse to wear a mask.""
Until this thread came along, I had never heard of this person. So, I devoted a number of my limited minutes remaining on Planet Earth to learn more about him. Except that I realized that he is nothing more than yet another Born-Again Trumper, those minutes were wasted. His statement above (and I have no
Now this is exciting news! A Showtime series based on the life of Lena Horne.
As detailed here, it will highlight her life beginning as a dancer at the Cotton Club at age 16. Then World War II and stardom at MGM, McCarthyism and the Civil Rights Movement. And finally, her triumphant return to Broadway.
The obvious question: Which legends (or legends in the making) will be cast to portray Lena Horne, the ultimate legend?
Jarethan said: "It just seems like so much negative energy is spent on this board, dissing people...is it envy? is it just the ravings of people with too much time on their minds? I am not talking about passing comments; everyone makes passing comments about someone they do not like in a role or generally, e.g., I think so-and-so was way overrated in such-and-such. Some people need to get a life."
I don't understand the vitriol directed against Mr.