That's just despicable when certain audience members decide to fight about getting caught. As if becoming more aggressive makes you look like the better person. If you're caught and told that you're disrupting the show, apologize and move on.
"Seen in the cold light of a theatergoing evening, however, this production is practically, well, impossible to embrace as a credible work of entertainment."
I don't know too much about Alice By Heart, only through the terrible reviews posted here. A pity. I really liked the concept! I don't think it's going to turn me off from seeing the show, but I've definitely moved to cautious now.
Given the fact that she (I believe) was classically trained, I don't think it's a far stretch to see her on Broadway. On the topic of being Tony Award material, personally I don't see her as strong compared to other Broadway female leads.
I personally think Gaga, while a strong singer and actress, may not be the best for Elphaba. But then again, I could see her in a smaller role. Say, a funny cameo to make the audience go "Oh it's her!" But as the lead? I don't see it.