What can you expect from her and from that show? The once entertaining and enlightening ABC and NBC morning shows have become unwatchable, but " Good Morning, America" is particularly lowbrow and Lara Spencer has always been insufferable.
rjm516 said: "This was one of the most disappointing shows. I went in thinking I would love it, and I just couldn't believe how bad the score was. I was cringing through most of the lyrics and book lines."
You wrote this so that I wouldn't have to. We left at intermission.
gregnyc2 said: "In retrospect, Im guessing it was the luckiest career move ever for Julie Andrews that she wasnt cast? This studio production, so thick and lifeless."
I agree the movie is a bit of a bore -- I find the last half hour or so interminable. I don't think the quality of the movie itself would have damaged her career as it was one of the biggest box office hits of the year. However, it might have prevented her from being in Mary Poppins and The Sound o
orangeskittles said: " She checked her social media, then ordered an Uber. Then she started taking pictures of the shirtless actor.I could see it all from 4 rows back. It absolutely ruined the show for me. I wanted Othello to go after her next. Some behavior is notjust disruptive, but flagrant disrespect towards everyone else in the audience and onstage."
Did anyone closer to her do or say anything? I find the passiveness of people near the rude behavior almost
I guess we can expect the tricycle scene to start inside the theater, then go out the stage door and videotaped around the block before re-entering and encountering the twins who are still at their makeup tables off to the side of the stage.
I was blown away by "A View from the Bridge," and saw it twice, but less and less impressed with each production that followed:
"The Crucible" -- interesting but not powerful enough "Network" -- tolera
Last spring, I saw "Everybody's Talking About Jamie," a show that a lot of people like and even love. My husband and I hated it so much that we fled the theatre at intermission. The actors seemed totally unengaged, full of trite and stale acting choices, running through dialog at neck-break speed, with song lyrics completely unintelligible ( I realize that's partly the regional accents they were affecting). I blamed it on the replacement company not being worthy of the revie
uncageg said: "Well, what I knew happened but I was not ready for that entire ending. I was quite shaken to tears. It is a devastating piece with a lot to think about and sort out,
That entire ending didn't impact me the way I was expecting it to. I think it took so long to pull off that much of the initial tension dissipated before it was all over, and I could see it being far more effective in a smaller space. Also, it seemed that far too
I think there would be less of a tendency to evaluate one part against the other if you see both on the same day. That's what I did and it just felt like one extraordinary epic play. And I couldn't wait to return to the theater after the dinner break.
Did Prince ever try to explain (or someone for him) why the movie version of "A Little Night Music" went so horribly wrong? So many bad choices. Although I haven't seen it in a while, I remember the all-but-forgotten "Something for Everyone," his only other movie, being quite good and well received. Too bad it has disappeared.
That Instagram post, though. Seems a bit defensive and over-the-top. And is flaunting one's Christian values a Christian value? Or is going public with a vindictive little rant about a colleague "always keeping it classy"?
VintageSnarker said: "Most of the actors delivered what I'd expected but I've never seen Jin Ha in anything and he was the standout for me. I wish there was more of his singing recorded out in the world. I feel like he'd sound particularly good with something lush and romantic like R&H. The other leads brought a lot of intensity but it was almost wasted on their characters."