What Celebrities Have You Seen at Shows? Jan 29
2011, 01:39:46 AM
Roger Rees, Rick Elice, Bartlett Sher, Jack O'Brien, Alexandra Socha, Maxwell Caulfield, Bobby Cannavale, Sutton Foster and Adam Bock were all in attendance at A Small Fire on Friday night.
When I saw the show, she flatly refused to sign a picture from M.A.S.H. brought by a collector/reseller. They didn't see the show, and I totally agree with that action. The staff at the Love,Loss stage door makes it clear that the actors will only sign items from the show, and d
NYMF 2010 Oct 7
2010, 12:46:27 AM
I have seen Frog Kiss twice in the past week, as well as many other shows. I'm sorry I haven't had time to share my thoughts, but here are a few.
Frog Kiss: A very cute, very fun show. The dancing is amazing (particularly Curtis Holbrook, who is a triple threat!),and the score is very light and happy.
Things as they Are: Beautiful, meaningful show! The score reminds me of Sunday. Garrett Long is incredible in the lead as famous photographer Dorthea Lange. The book captures the
NYMF 2010 Sep 30
2010, 03:46:34 PM
I said it goes nowhere (and I'm not the only person who's seen it to have that opinion), and I'm a fairly good judge since I've seen 101 NYMF productions. We'll just agree to disagree on this one.
NYMF 2010 Sep 30
2010, 08:45:09 AM
I don't have time to do full reviews of what I've seen so far, but here are some brief thoughts.
Therapy Rocks: Very good book, hard rocking score a fantastic cast (Rachael Stern, Dee Roscoli, Allie Schulz, Josh Davis and Adam Halpin). The staging of the performances by the entire cast remind me of Spring Awakening).
Roofless (reading): One of the most original ideas I have ever seen, a gangsta-themed graphic novel set to a Hip-Hop score. The entire cast was good, but Alan
Celebrity Autograph Table Roster Sep 26
2010, 01:55:22 AM
bundy5000, When I got a picture with the Spring Awakening cast in 2007, I got there 15 minutes before. Everything worked out.
It's the photo ops with Kristin and Sean that have me really worried as to when to get in line.
sgv123, the frame is signed.
Here I Am, Alice has been signing in bubble letters since n2n was at Arena Stage. I doubt that's going to change now!
Celebrity Autograph Table Roster Sep 22
2010, 01:17:13 PM
You'd be betting correctly Eris0303. I will be one of the people requesting that Alice Ripley/Marin Mazzie picture.
I also have to agree with you on the Kristin Chenoweth photo issue. It is very bright at the photo booth, so the flash won't be an issue. Besides, it's won't be the same as at an awards show or a red carpet where you have multiple flashes going off simultaneously and frequently. I think Kristin will be fine.
How many shows have you seen in NYC so far this year?? Sep 8
2010, 10:14:05 AM
Rock Of Ages-January 5 Present Laughter -January 6 Race-January 6 Time Stands Still-January 7 Venus in Fur-January 19 Memphis-January 20 NEWSical The Musical-January 20 Bye Bye Birdie-January 21 A View From The Bridge-January 22 Next To Normal-January 23 Race-January 23 Chicago-January 24 Mr. and Mrs. Fitch-January 26 Time Stands Still-January 27 God of Carnage-January 27 Love,
Recommendations for NYMF? Sep 7
2010, 10:04:16 PM
Every year I attend NYMF, I seem to miss one of the must see productions. That's not a problem I'll have this year. I've scheduled my vacation so that I will be able see every full production at least once, and several twice. I'm looking forward to the challenge of seeing 38 performances of 30 shows in 14 days!
Celebrity Autograph Table Roster Sep 7
2010, 09:58:05 PM
The lineup will get better, it always does. It won't surprise me a bit to see Bernadette added to the list.
That being said, I'm not that disappointed with the lineup so far. The prospects of a Dan Lauria/Judith Light photo op have me very excited!
Viagra Falls Posts Closing Notice Aug 26
2010, 04:23:18 PM
I'm not surprised. I saw this in July, as one of few in the audience under 50. It was never going to build an audience with that demographic. The size of the Little Shubert also hurt. It might have lasted longer in a smaller house.
Marin's portrayal of Diana is drastically different from that of Alice Ripley (and Amy Spanger at NYMF). Somehow, it seems more subdued, more human. There are many subtleties in her delivery of lines, her expressions, and her phrasing that make this character seem that much more real to me. It's not as intense of a portrayal as Alice's. It's different, but I won't say it's better. I love all
La Cage and Tenor Stage Doors Apr 14
2010, 09:39:03 AM
I can understand someone not being allowed to take a picture with someone, but how exactly does someone not all a picture to be taken OF them. Are the Kodak police going to come and arrest you if you take a picture of him. Is he a gremlin or vampire, and a picture of him is going to turn him to dust?
I'm sorry if I'm ranting, but that whole picture of thing has always ticked me off. The sidewalk (as far as I know) is public property. No one can really stop a picture from being taken OF