givesmevoice said: "I had seen the three Encores! shows last week because I saw that I could renew my subscription, but I didn't know Victoria Clark was directing Love Life and that Ashley Park is starring in Millie! I really hope they bring back Alexandra Socha and Douglas Sills for Mack and Mabel.
Also I definitely did not see that Evita gala. I assume this will not be a 40th anniversary reunion special?"
I really hope Alexandra Socha a
Lea DeLaria Jun 3
2019, 12:03:56 AM
Coriolanus at the Delacorte??
I was thinking the same thing, since Ohlahoma is a limited engagement I could definitely see it coming in after Oklahoma closes in the fall."
Didnt they extend until January?"
Oh good point, I forgot they extended! I guess it would be a spring opening then (which I feel like might actually work better for their timeline)"
Spring would be a more
Secret Life of Bees - Previews May 21
2019, 03:40:07 AM
I think Circle in the Square is perfect for it. And with Sam Gold directing maybe it’ll end up there.
Tony Night Suprises May 18
2019, 07:15:44 PM
Finnoula Flanagan winning over Celia Keenan-Bolger and Mockingbird getting shut out.
2019, 09:09:16 AM
That’s your opinion. I don’t think he’s giving anything special. It’s not an acting role. He just prisses around the stage and sings big notes. Not acting. I’d rather anyone else win. He’s not owed an award-no one is.
2019, 07:56:56 AM
I like Hadestown a lot but can’t for the life of me understand why Andre is getting so much attention. He’s a narrator. That’s a really easy part. There’s no arc or acting involved-it’s just singing.
This isn’t like 2015 because that year you had three actors from one show nominated and two from another in this category-so someone from a show with co-nominees would win no matter what. Not saying one of the guys won’t and frankly I didn’t don’t love Tootsie but Andy stood out (loved his
2019, 10:36:43 PM
Brantley and Green's WILL WIN/SHOULD WIN 2019 May 16
2019, 11:11:06 AM
I’ve noticed a slight pattern in the “should wins” ending up winning in the acting categories so tell me again how Brantley has no sway. He does and this is his not so subtle way of flaunting it. It would be responsible to release it the day the votes are due. The Oscars people did it the day before the ceremony I believe (maybe the Friday but it was much closer-and it’s arguable that the Oscars are harder to pull this for than the Tonys because there’s a lot more voters for the Oscars.)
raddersons said: "HenryTDobson said: "I think having only one song late in the show for Miranda would be effective.I so wish this was a David Yazbeck project."
Exactly what I was thinking. Give Miranda an emotional 11-o'clock ballad and don't let her sing another word.
Christine Baranski would be such an amazing fit."
A lot of these women are too old. Miranda isn’t 70. I think giving her some singing is still nec
2019, 02:24:57 PM
Is that because the band/orchestra was located elsewhere in the cases of Comet and Hair? Also there’s a lot of parts in the music. For a cappella I totally understand. For the others I’m kind of wondering why.
Jarethan said: "AEA AGMA SM said: "Just basing it off of the movie (as we don't know what direction the score will ultimately go in at the point), and of course Anna Wintour herself, Patti LuPone would not be my choice for a character who comes across as almost detached in her biting, icy, elegance. For me, personally, I feel as if so much of Patti's power comes from her brassiness and fire, neither of which scream Miranda Priestly to me."
2019 Tony Awards Performances May 14
2019, 03:53:25 PM
Hadestown won’t do Wait for Me. That’s giving away way too much and it features a performer who’s not even nominated. It’s a gorgeous scene but I highly doubt they’re performing it on the Tonys.