As a woman, I think Katrina Lenk can pass for a 35 years old no problem. She looks even better, dare I say, than some of other names mentioned on this board before. If we are so strict with age, then even Rosalie shouldn't be playing Bobbie. How dare she playing a character who is 3 years younger than her own age!
As for a big name, I'm sure there are actors out there who can both sell tickets and play the role, but it's not like the producers haven't been going after t
Tony voting Jun 2
2019, 09:07:45 AM
I know it’s live theater. What i’m say is, if she knew the number of voters who were going to be there and still choose to be out, then either she or the production didn’t think it will affect her chance, or there was no way she can perform so she decided to take the risk.
Tony voting Jun 2
2019, 07:03:14 AM
Would the show know how many tony voters are attending a performance? Hard to imagine Amber Gray knew there will be 50 voters there on Saturday but still choose to be out (unless she is really sick).
Speed said: "Haven’t seen this production yet, but how is it “a prologue to rape”? They’ve already had sex before the play starts. I love love love the movie which is completely different than play. Completely different. Nathan Lane is great in it. It’s when I fell in love with him."
Having sex once doesn't give consent to having more sex. I didn't exactly call it rape because she did give consent in the end, but I'
I was at last night performance. I have to say, I was really uncomfortable through out the first act. A lot of unpleasant memory of my life flashed back.
I can see this story is supposed to be about two people who are so different but somehow find connections despite of their difference. But I cannot call those behavior in Act 1 different personalities. A naked man wandering around in a women's apartment, even though she has hinted then made clear dozens of time she
Mediamaven2 said: "Samanthacq said: "Really wonder why Ben Brantley didn’t review it, especially since he was there. Maybe he didn’t enjoy it?"
I'm no expert but I would just assume that as 'chief" theater critics at NYT, they both see everything, literally. I also know that the last few reviews I've read in the NYT - today's Burn This, and last week Oklahoma, and shortly before that King Lear - were by Brantley. So maybe
Hadestown Reviews Apr 17
2019, 10:04:22 PM
Really wonder why Ben Brantley didn’t review it, especially since he was there. Maybe he didn’t enjoy it?