ModernMillie3 said: "When people started standing up for themselves and taking care of their mental, emotional and physical health perhaps? This isn't the golden age of Broadway, actors are human beings, and they perform when they are able. End of story."
Yup. I went to see a popular Broadway musical recently, and the lead actor was replaced by his standby fifteen minutes in. Couldn't believe it, because he sounded amazing and there didn't seem t
As far as texting, frankly, who cares if Jeremy doesn’t mind it? He’s not the one who paid for a ticket, made his way from Connecticut to Manhattan, and is now sitting in the audience and experiencing the piece for the very first (and probably only) time.
Incidentally, someone’s phone started ringing during the final scene, at a very quiet and vulnerable moment. Yes, the actors remained in character, paused and waited, but it was still dis
Went to see Cursed Child this past weekend (amazing), and from the moment the lights went down, the only two people who were talking in my section were directly behind me. Even though they were whispering, it was extremely distracting. I gave them a look at first, and when it continued, I turned around with, "Ladies, could you please be quiet? Thank you."
Purchased a $25 ticket, far right, row C. At 8pm, in an effort to fill in the front mezzanine, they had us move closer to the center, and had groups from the rear mezz move down. So I paid $25, ended up with a $150 view.
Saw last night's performance. I had read this play, although I was very familiar with the concept and characters, but it was really clever and poignant and witty. All four actors were exceptional, even the waiter got some great moments out of only a few minutes onstage.