South Florida said: "Hey South Floridians, any out there going to Parker Playhouse tonight please recap the show here as I can't attend. The circumstances that have led to this are tragic. I've been living down here for 25 years and this is the first show I've really wanted to see in all that time. Have fun and please post a list of songs and laughter moments, Seth has a way of making things lighter and funny."
I have no knowledge of broadway accounting or anything but I just went back through the last couple of weeks of grosses and I notice West Side Story has exactly 100% capacity every single week. Not 1 seat more (standing room?) or less filled at every performance? Every other show even the perennially sold out shows seem to fluctuate a bit on exact seating numbers. Is this some weird reporting or they actually have sold out every show and not done standing room or anything at any performance?<
Auggie27 said: "How is the re-purposed score? Did they retain "Are You Sure?" my favorite from the OBC? Classic Willson. I understand it was moved around twice, but is no longer in the position it was placed originally."
Was there last night - got the $25 today tix rush and were seated 3rd row center (C8 and C9). I went in completely blind having no clue to the original so cannot comment on changes but after googling a bit it seems a lot has changed. It'
When i first saw the show (having never listened to the album before) I automatically assumed they slept together and then was suprised afterwards that others didn't get that at all. For me it was Hades loosening his tie before stepping through the door after Eurydice. Like why else would he do that?
copathetiic said: "ParkandBark said: "treblemakerz said: "You have to be pretty adequate at tap in order to make "Stop" work. Damian isn't a role that can go to someone who isn't a fairly experienced dancer. So, no, not the easiest to stunt cast."
I'm pretty sure Grey doesn't actually tap in the show though. He said in an interview or maybe on one of the vlogs (i don't remember) that the ensemble makes him look good
treblemakerz said: "You have to be pretty adequate at tap in order to make "Stop" work. Damian isn't a role that can go to someone who isn't a fairly experienced dancer. So, no, not the easiest to stunt cast."
I'm pretty sure Grey doesn't actually tap in the show though. He said in an interview or maybe on one of the vlogs (i don't remember) that the ensemble makes him look good as he pretends to tap. I don't think he's wearing s
Saw Oklahoma! tonight. Neil Patrick Harris was there with his husband which was cool.
Have never seen a production of it before but did look at a few clips online of older versions to get a sense of the traditional staging. Audience was pretty full since it was fan appreciation night. They had a talkback afterwards but I didn't stay for it. I must say, while I enjoyed it and am glad I saw it (the full cast was in too) I too was a bit confused by the ending. Also, had I not been on
Was there tonight. It was amazing. Jenn Colella was such a good Alison and Caitlin Kinnunen and the young Alison did amazing. I thought Kate Baldwin was fantastic and heartbreaking. I would kill to have this cast record some of the songs - especially Changing My Major, Days and Days, and Telephone Wire.
Side note: Audra McDonald was there and she was loving it (I sat right behind her!)
JPeterman said: "Has anyone sat in the front row, row A in the center orchestra for Tootise? Tickets are a good price in the front row for the date I can go. I was hoping someone may remember if there were any issues with stage height In the front row? Thanks for your time!"
I sat 3rd row orchestra Left and I don't remember the stage being too high. I could see everyone (feet and all) the whole time. I can't imagine row A being bad. The stage isn't high a
I went on right when it went on sale and it said "tickets all currently being held" that means some are still in peoples carts and can time out. I kept refreshing for like 10 minutes and finally got one so keep trying!