It's coming back to me now...it makes sense the A Chorus Line songs were in the same episode...the show was so music-heavy, I couldn't recall, and was starting to think I had imagined it. I'm way overdue a re-watch of this series.
Help me out - did Jane Krakowski sing "Dance Ten, Looks Three" in Ally McBeal? I think I remember her singing it in the show, but I may be thinking of some totally different appearance elsewhere. If so, does anybody know what episode/season? I can't find it on YouTube.
Her "The Music and the Mirror" is there, though, and of course worth a watch.
They are scalpers/touts/gougers...rip-off merchants...con artists...a scam...
I'm sorry that the person probably bought you that voucher in good faith, not realizing they were handing over money to an unnecessary third party. The reason they continue to exist is because there are a lot of people like her/him, and the name "Broadway.com" lends the site an air of legitimacy it does not deserve. Sad!
Her failure to attend the Oscars was because she had no interest in them, not for any other reason. She took no part in submitting her name for consideration, did not campaign, and was against the whole nature of competitive performance. She couldn't care less about them, and denies having "won" them, because that implies she did something to try to get them.
I wonder if she is scarred by the negative press she received from her absences and now basically does anything she can to be on
I highly doubt she is only ploughing on because of some bad press from 15 years ago that few people remember. What was her record like before Gypsy? Isn't it far more likely that those absences were an anomaly, she had good reason to be out, but now normal service has resumed? She's there every night because she loves her
By the way, seeing as bk's Robert Weide link is two years old and focuses so heavily on Mia's defence of Roman Polanksi - Has Mia ever reached out to her over these past forty years to explain her lack of solidarity with the victim? - perhaps it is worth noting that Mia has indeed since apologized to Samantha Geimer, if only in a tweet.
I get where bk is coming from too, but when he asks us to "research", that just leads me down a rabbit hole of conflicting opinions. I can read one article and lean toward believing Dylan, and another that will make me doubt her - that's why I am (uncomfortably) reserving judgement. It's such a heinous crime, I would want to be absolutely sure before branding him a monster.
It's not good enough to dismiss anybody who finds the accusations credible as pontificating "without any knowledge whatsoever" - if bk would care to click this link, perhaps he might address some of the concerns?
It contends that, in fact, Woody is the brainwasher, and goes into great detail of specific incidents and quotes to back up that assertion. Recommended.