Spot on advice. My 11 year old and 5 year old daughters both thoroughly enjoyed seeing it last spring. So much so that they begged to see it again, which we did, and they were just as enthralled the second time around. It didn’t hurt that Eva wasn’t sick the second time around and she killed her big act II song.
Impossible2 said: "Piparoo said: "dramamama611 said: "I've said this before too. I find the whole filming thing ridiculous. It's not like you get bootlegs of every single performance of every other show on Broadway. 90% of the time its exactly the same. Its part of the "look at me" society."
This recording nonsense and the reports about audience shenanigans are twoof the reasons I chose to get tickets in front row m
dramamama611 said: "I've said this before too. I find the whole filming thing ridiculous. It's not like you get bootlegs of every single performance of every other show on Broadway. 90% of the time its exactly the same. Its part of the "look at me" society."
This recording nonsense and the reports about audience shenanigans are two of the reasons I chose to get tickets in front row mezzanine. Don’t have to worry about
Det95 said: "I’m currently at the Broadway for the 2/22 matinee. Isaac, Shereen, and Amar are out. I figured Isaac probably would be, but it’s pretty disappointing having three principles out."
I hope folks will continue to update on who is in or not. I find it extremely disappointing that the producers would tolerate those kind of shenanigans. Was excited to see the show but if the leads can’t be bothered to attend, w
Selling here, I think face value is the best choice. Stub Hub, it's okay to sell above face value - you are assuming the risk of it not selling after all, so why not have the price reflect some of that risk. I have tickets for West Side Story and have them listed on Stub Hub for over face value. Quite a bit over face value actually as I got lucky with a Telecharge offer. If it gets good reviews, I imagine the tickets will sell and I won't be going to see it.&nb
The lack of kindness in this thread is way over the top. Lighten up everyone. Let the OP be excited. When I got engaged, I had an interview with Morgan Freeman scheduled for the next day. I was so excited that I blurted it out after we were finished. He was extremely gracious and offered us what seemed like sincere congratulations. I would expect Aaron to be as well.
Mister Matt said: "Otherwise the producers would have to petition for any of the actors to be nominated for Lead considering non of them are billed above the title and there is no clear leading role in the show."
C'mon, we all know that Anne Boleyn is the lead Queen. Sorry, not sorry.
I will be seeing this in March. Very excited. Making a special trip back to Chicago. Cromer is one of my favorite directors and I will go to his productions whenever I’m able. Carrie Coon is an extra special bonus.
Not Broadway but the Cromer directed production of Our Town at the Barrow Street Theatre - when the set changed from nothing to hyper naturalism (you could smell breakfast being made) it blew my socks off.