jacobsnchz14 said: "wicked4l said: "A big multiple Tony Winner is playing Miranda."
The following are among top Tony winning actresses: Glenn Close, Angela Lansbury, Christine Ebersole, Patti LuPone, Liza Minnelli, Donna Murphy, Bernadette Peters, Chita Rivera, Judy Kaye, Audra McDonald, Andrea Martin, Christine Baranski
Not guesses, by the way... lol."
A Christine Baranski Miranda would honestly be my dream.
Filming at What the Constitution Means to Me? Aug 21
2019, 08:14:41 AM
Is this show being filmed today? I saw a ton of equipment being brought into the Hayes this morning. Would love to see this end up on Netflix or something.
Barbra showed costume test photos of her as Mama Rose in her most recent concert at Hyde Park on Sunday. I’d be willing to bet they’ll also be shown in her MSG concert in August. I think she looks stunning...anyone think she’s still trying to get this made or is she just teasing. You can see them in this video at around the 34 and a half minute mark. They go by fast but like I said I think they look great!
ErmengardeStopSniveling said: "She has less name value than Bette, and the show has less name value than DOLLY. She'd be amazing in the role, but I could see this ending up like CAROUSEL. And mostmajor actresses who you'd suggest for Vera would want to play Mame instead."
I think this could be to its benefit. If it's as well received as Dolly critically, it could have a strong run without having to live up to the Bette level hype that a great replacement
tourboi said: "Here I Am said: "My heart is so broken over this. The world needs this musical now more than ever. This is what happens when the underdog doesn’t win the Tony. The big musical that doesn’t need ticket sales always wins. "
Wicked, for one,would probably beg to differ with that statement."
But Wicked wasn't the underdog, in the months leading up to the Tony's it was consistently 85%-100% of it's gross
SmoothLover said: "ErmengardeStopSniveling said: "I think Jake G is one of the most interesting actors of his generation, but he’s poison at the Hollywood Box Office. He hasn’t made a profitable movie in 4 years. That’ll change with Spider Man: Far From The Home I Love, but I don’t think it will be a *career* boost for him. A feature film of SUNDAY would, financially, be a disaster.
I hope he keeps coming back to theatre (where he is provin
In an interview with Broadway.com John Cameron Mitchell mentions they offered the role to Patti, but decided to close before she responded. I honestly can't even imagine it, but can't say I'm not intrigued.
"During Hedwig's 18-month-long Broadway run, six stars took the wig out of the box as the titular character. Mitchell revealed that there could have been a seventh diva added into the mix. "We asked Patti [LuPone] to play Hedwig on Broadway,"