Those are the same three shows that went through my mind.
re: Grease NEW BILLBOARD on Times Square.. Jan 11
2008, 10:17:18 AM
There two ways you could interpret "flaming". Since this IS a Broadway board... It doesn't seem quite as funny to me now. (But you know where I'm going with that, right?)
re: show bloopers Jan 11
2008, 03:14:44 AM
I'm sure I've seen other things that would make me ask questions, but the big one in my mind right now is Hairspray. I notice the actors do a lot of dancing around (and even jumping over) the pit on stage and it looks like an accident waiting to happen. Has anything ever gone wrong during a performance?
Oh, speaking of accidents waiting to happen, what about Robert's roller skating in Drowsy? Or the skating in Xanadu or Little Mermaid, for that matter...they all look like that could
I did ask Megan at the stage door if The Sweetheart Break-In was ever going to be re-released so I could "obtain it legally". She said there were no plans to and it was unlikely but thanked me for wanting to buy it and asked if I had someone burn me a copy. I told her I had to find someone online (on BWW, but I didn't say that) who would send me the files. She said, "Just as long as people are hearing the music".
This is because the only "acceptable" lesbians are young, attractive women who will also sleep with men.
re: Worst Broadway Audience Ever? Jan 10
2008, 03:13:44 AM
The tour of RENT came through Chattanooga back in November. The show started about ten minutes late (I'm assuming because there was terrible weather and they were waiting for more people to show up), but ushers were still seating people during "One Song Glory" and a couple people even snuck in during "Today 4 U". It was extremely distracting and the ushers were using flashlights, which seemed a bit unnecessary.
When I saw Spring Awakening in December there was a group of about eight gir