Bedwetter musical Nov 20
2019, 07:27:43 PM
I'm also interested in this show and I'm keeping an eye out for when individual tickets go on sale, since it opens during my trip to New York.
What's next for HERCULES? Sep 3
2019, 06:40:08 PM
Hercules was on the Muny audience survey this summer in St. Louis. Back when they were putting together Newsies Disney Theatrical asked the Muny to put it on the survey to see if there was any interest in the show (Newsies won the fan survey).
little_sally said: "Isn't Jeanine Tesori also writing an opera of Lincoln in Bardo?"
According to the article I found Tesori is composing the opera Grounded and the other female composer the Met commissioned, Missy Mazzoli, is working on Lincoln in the Bardo.
Has anyone recognized actors anywhere but a show? Aug 2
2019, 03:44:56 PM
When I was heading back to my seat from the accessible restroom at Hadestown there was a man blocking the path talking with his friend. I politely asked to go by and they moved to the side. And that's when I saw that one of them was Taye Diggs. I'm not from New York but I kept it New York cool on the outside, however I was St. Louis not cool on the inside.
Shuffle Along - What happened? Jun 19
2019, 03:36:18 PM
I was supposed to see it in early previews but I believe the show I was going to see was one of the first of the run of cancelled previews. Sounds like I may have lucked out if the show was still a mess at that point.
I saw both on my recent trip to New York and I agree with the consensus here that Constitution is the way to go. I enjoyed Hillary and Clinton, particularly the acting, but Constitution is so very powerful and out of the ordinary. It just can't be missed.
Accessible Restroom at Walter Kerr Jun 10
2019, 06:58:52 PM
I just said that I had trouble with stairs and asked if they had an accessible bathroom and they pointed me to it, so I think it should be no problem.
I was seeing Dreamgirls at The Muny in St. Louis, which is a unique situation because it is a large outdoor theater but it is still a theater. And Jennifer Holliday was reprising the role of Effie White for the last time. And while she was probably too old to be playing Effie still, man could she sing. But the woman next to me sung along the WHOLE time, dampening my enjoyment of watching th