Cyrano de Bergerac stage door Oct 20
2012, 01:26:21 AM
It's a 50/50 chance with the American Airlines stage door; I've stage-doored three times so far, and thus far most have left the theater from the front [through the lobby], but there's no guarantee that they'll leave through the front.
I saw By Jeeves on Broadway, and I thoroughtly enjoyed it. I have both the London and Broadway cast recordings, and would love to see it on DVD, but apparently it's not sold in the US, nor it is in region 1 DVD (which my DVD player only plays). I would love to have a copy of it (if possible)
It's rare to find any Sunset merchandise anywhere but on ebay, but I am one of those rare people how have the Debbie Byrne AIWNSG promo CD (I forget how I actually obtained it - it was so long ago). I also have a multitude of singles and other recordings (if you know what I mean). I have stacks of (American) playbills with Betty Buckley and Elaine Paige, a few window cards (even the rare red poster featuring Alan Campbell and Elaine Paige - signed by both!), and souvenir broch
re: Shows You Own More Than One Cast Recording or Soundtrack of Mar 21
2007, 10:44:41 AM
Anything Goes - 1987 Broadway Cast, 1988 London Cast Assassins - Off Broadway & OBC Barnum - OBC & OLC By Jeeves - Broadway & London Cast Cats - OBC, OLC, Australian Cast Company - OBC, 1995 OBC Crazy For You - OBC & OLC Evita - Disco EP, Concept, OLC highlights, OBC, London Revival Jekyll & Hyde - OBC, German highlights JCS - 20th Anniversary London, 1996 concept highlights, 1992 Australian highlights Joseph... Dreamcoat - OBC & Broadway Revival The K
re: Great songs in flops Mar 21
2007, 10:27:40 AM
Civil War - Freedom's Child By Jeeves - Travel Hopefully, Half A Moment, It's a Pig Dance of the Vampires - There's Never Been A Night Like This, For Sarah, Braver Than We Are, Say a Prayer, Carpe Noctem, Eternity The Wedding Singer - It's Your Wedding Day Woman In white - All For Laura, Evermore Without You, Trying Not To Notice, You Can Get Away With Anything, I Believe My Heart Chess - Nobody's Side, I Know Him So Well, Heaven Help My Heart Anyone Can Whistle - with So
Actor you have seen in at least two different performances Mar 9
2007, 01:10:04 PM
Sherie Rene Scott - Adia & Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Mandy Gonzalez in Dance of the Vampires & Aida Rachel York - Victor/Victoria & Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Elaine Paige - Sunset Blvd & Sweeney Todd (NY Opera) Heather McFadden - Dance of the Vampires & Phantom of the Opera Roz Ryan - Pajama Game & Chicago Lauren Kennedy - Sunset Blvd & Spamalot Capathia Jenkins - The Civil War & Fame Becomes Me Gary Beach - La Cage Aux Folles & Les Miserables George Hearn - Sunse
The Phantom of Manhattan is possibly the worst book I've ever read - it's not even worth the paper it's printed on. Between the changing 1st person narratives to the bland ending, it's poorly written and confusing to follow.
If it were fanfiction, I'd dismiss it as a feeble attempt at continuing the Phantom story, but seeing that it's written by a reputable author, it makes me wonder if he read the original novel. Also, considering the fact tha
Title song Mar 2
2007, 12:50:41 PM
Best (in random order):
Phantom of the Opera Anything Goes The Sound of Music Whistle Down The Wind Sunset Boulevard Rent The Beautiful Game Into the Woods Hello Dolly Merrily We Roll Along Kiss of the Spiderwoman Ragtime Oklahoma
By Jeeves The Likes of Us Oliver She Loves Me Starlight Express
PS: defyingravity11, broadwayismylife probably means "Dance of the R
Norbert Leo Butz in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Jonathan Pryce in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Greg Jbara in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels David Hyde Pierce in Spamalot Elaine Paige in Sunset Blvd. Betty Buckley in Sunset Blvd. Michael McCarthy in Les Miserables Randall Keith in Les Miserables Heather Headley in Aida Christine Ebersole in Grey Gardens Davis Gaines in Phantom of the Opera Hugh Panaro in Phantom of the Opera Douglas Sills in The Sca
re: 1995 Revival of HELLO, DOLLY! ???????????? Oct 19
2006, 12:19:26 PM
I saw this production of Hello, Dolly! and I enjoyed it, even though I agree that at some points during the show she looked like she was going to tip over, especially in the red dress. Not having seen other productions of the show, I can't compare.
There was also an opening night TV special about this production (whiched aired on WWOR, the predecessor to UPN) hosted by Pat Collins, which was entertaining to watch.