I saw the show Friday evening. I got 2nd row center loge with the broadwaybox discount. I saw this production during it's 2nd week of previews. At that time I thought it was a good production of a show I don't particularly care for. There were times the show dragged. I liked Lauren Ambrose and found her vulnerability completely believable.
I have to admit I liked the show immensely on Friday night. The pacing was much better. I pref
HAMILTON Principal Cast Replacements Feb 17
2019, 03:29:34 PM
I tried to exchange my ticket for today for the Friday evening performance, but the guy at the box office reiterated no refunds or exchanges. My heart was not into seeing Hamilton without Michael Luwoye, so I sold my ticket to someone on the cancellation line this morning.
CHOIR BOY PREVIEWS Feb 17
2019, 06:05:56 AM
I saw Choir Boy at Studio Theatre in DC a few years ago and the Broadway production yesterday. Although I noticed some changes, I can't recall the original ending.
Bummer. I've seen the show before, but I bought the ticket for the 17th only to see him. I'll check to see if the box office can exchange my ticket for Friday evening, as that's the only opening I have this weekend (I'm coming in from out of town).
Michael's initial tweet had him leaving on the 17th. That's the date I have a ticket for. Now I'm not sure if his final is Saturday evening or the matinee on Sunday. I just went back to his Twitter account and it's a bit confusing.
"16 February is coming fast y'all. Followed by: Sunday, February 17 12:00AM Hamilton final bow"
Last night's performance was truly wonderful. I don't know why Jessie Mueller continues to surprise, but she shouldn't. Such a versatile actress, and what a beautiful singing voice. I absolutely loved her performance last night. Norm Lewis made a very slick and charismatic Harold Hill. Veanne Cox was a hoot. The barbershop quartet was perfect. Although he was by no means featured in this particular number, but Nicholas Ward of Broadway'
I saw the Ain't Misbehavin revival shortly after it opened, and was quite surprised when my friends and I got front row center orchestra seats from TKTS that day. The show was wonderful. In looking at IBDB, I didn't realize it only played a few months, plus the original cast was replaced at some point. Was this a limited engagement to being with?
I saw the original production shortly after it opened, but will admit that although I liked it, I wasn't completely enamored by it. That could be because I sat in the very last row of the theatre. As I made sure not to listen to the cast recording prior to seeing it, a lot of the lyrics were unintelligible from where I was sitting.
I saw it a few months later. That time 8th row center orchestra. What a completely different experience. It was then I