CT2NYC said: "People throw around the word "hot" way too freely. Jeremy Jordan is a good-looking guy, but,if he wasn't an actor, he would be just that, a good-looking guy, and, dare I say, pretty average. It's not THAT much of a stretch. The producers of the show want to make money, and Jeremy will sell tickets."
I completely agree with everything. Also I may be in the minority, but I find Gideon Glick to be way more attractive. But hey, b
steven22 said: "I saw the broadway production for the third time last week and Yana Perrault was in Noral Schell's track (she's out on leave). I also think a few swings have been on since opening and John Cardozo was on for Antonio Cipriano this past weekend.
Any upcoming absences? I would love to see Laurel as Mary Jane! "
I LOVE Laurel! She was a phenomenal Elphaba, such a powerful voice and stage presence. She would be incredi
Call_me_jorge said: "When Eurydice runs back out onstage after going back down and she just nonchalantly says “does anybody have a match?” As if nothing happened. "
Yes, that moment is beautiful. There have been times I heard people gasp after that.
Way Too Early 2020 Tony Predictions thread Feb 3
2020, 11:36:36 PM
I really hope Elizabeth Stanley from JLP is nominated (I would love for her to win, but I doubt it, unfortunately) for Best Actress in a Musical. As much as I love Lauren, Elizabeth was the real star for me. She was phenomenal and I hope she gets recognition for MJ. I also love JLP, so I hope it gets nominated, as well!
Entrances That Give You Chills Feb 3
2020, 11:31:56 PM
When Andre/Hermes walks out in Hadestown after the whole cast walks out...just magnificent. The second he walks out with that confident aura, he has you hooked. The four times I’ve seen Hadestown, Andre still manages to captivate me. I haven’t seen anybody else so I can’t compare, but he really has this magnetic presence.
treblemakerz said: "I finally went to see the sight tonight out of morbid curiosity and...hooooo boy. Anyone who knows me knows that even for the most mediocre performances, I always have something nice to say. That is not the case here.
I don't think I've ever seen such tone-deaf singing on a Broadway stage in my life. He sounded like a preteen boy who was forced into the school musical because no one else would do it. Every time he spoke a line, it felt like he w
Hot Pants said: "Whenever theres talk of theatres hardest roles, its almost entirely made up leads, so I thought its be interesting to discuss what the hardest supporting roles in theatre are. Im certain theres others that Im forgetting, but these were the ones that first came to mind:
Anatole from Great Comet - The actor needs to hit stratospheric high notes, play the violin, and be able to do both of those while dancing, all while pulling off a confidence that blurs the
and the Grammy goes to.... Jan 23
2020, 01:55:41 PM
My vote is for Hadestown and I do believe it is going to win, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Moulin Rouge! won.
I personally loved Aladdin over Frozen. I thought it was gorgeous and found Frozen underwhelming.
Moulin rouge stage door Jan 14
2020, 03:25:27 PM
I went during previews and Karen, Danny, and Aaron all came out. Not sure how it is now, but I heard Aaron is really good at stage dooring. Just a heads up-Danny is currently on medical leave, so if you were going say this week, he will not be there.
I am not a Mean Girls fan at all, but Erika is beyond talented, and such a sweetheart. She has been playing Cady for SO long. I hope she takes a well-deserved break before starting a new project. I know it is probably not going to happen, but I would LOVE it if Tee Boyich came back to be Cady.
1. Amber Gray - Hadestown. 2. Patrick Page - Hadestown. 3. André De Shields - Hadestown. 4. Alex Sharp - Curious Incident. 5. Jessica Vosk - Wicked. 6. Damon Daunno - Oklahoma! 7. Beth Leavel - The Prom. I know it didn't transfer to Broadway (forever bitter) but Michael Arden and Patrick Page in Hunchback are my 8 & 9. 10. The entire cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Year 2.