I know Aaron Tveit is on vacation from the end of February until some time in early March - another recent thread touched upon this so check that for exact dates. The website also reflects this- if you try to go and buy tickets during his vacation, it will say he is out. Besides that, I believe he is in every show. Aaron's fan base recently has noted that he beat his own record of "most shows performed in a row" beating his attendance record for
This is interesting. I filmed part of "Screech Out" at the end of "Come From Away" and no one stopped me. I have heard that people used to film the Moulin Rouge encore but they stopped allowing it I think. I guess it depends on the show...
As far as TV performances for Hadestown, I believe that, had they performed "Road to Hell," "Wedding Song," or an entire host of other upbeat songs from the show which include the entire cast, it would have been better. "Living it Up on Top" is not the strongest song in the show, and they did that a lot. However, "Wait For Me" is, and I think seeing it live made me truly appreciate the power of the vocals. Still at the top of my list.
My first thoughts after seeing the movie were thoughts of worry about Tom Hooper. He did such a great job with Les Mis and I'm worried how he's going to recover from this! He probably won't make another musical movie (although I secretly hope he does. He would benefit so much from focusing less on top-notch names like Russell Crowe and Taylor Swift and instead focus on getting more names like Samantha Barks and such from the theatre world). I really hope he
That is NOT too old; adults stage door and and send fan mail all the time; this is the prime age to do it! I don't think many younger kids write fan mail for shows other than Disney shows; for other shows it's teens and adults (and technically you are both). Any actor or actress will probably really appreciate your thoughtful gift. :)
I'm curious if anyone has been able to deduce what Taylor Swift is singing about in the song "Beautiful Ghosts?" Anyone who knows the context of the Broadway show able to provide some guesses as to how it will fit into the plot?
What to say, everyone?! I am still speechless. Nick, Josh, and Allison had an incredible last performance and they drew out many of their big belting notes to twice their normal length to which I appreciated very much! I could feel the energy emanating throughout the room.
There were no speeches or announcements, however, their bows were nice and long and after the company bowed once, the three of them had their own special bow and Allison was holding a bouquet of flow
I also hate those shows where the guys walk up and down the aisles with waters and snacks in a box hanging around their neck like what is this the circus????!!!! It kind of ruins the ambiance and the setting of the scene. I just saw them do this at Come From Away and I believe they also did it at Evan Hansen?
How does waiting for SRO at Moulin Rouge work? Do you have to stand out in the cold for over five hours or something like that? Or do they let you into the theatre to wait? Also, has anyone ever gone to wait for SRO and been refused a ticket? I really want to do this at some point but not if I'm not guaranteed a SRO ticket; I'd be traveling a distance to do it. Thanks for reading; I'm clueless about this stuff lol.