I always think back to the passage where she discusses making a minor change to the principal's blocking (IIRC it was something like she removed her glasses for the "Yes, I've always been green, no I didn't eat grass a a child, etc" line at Shiz, which the principal at the time didn't do) and she was told in no uncertain terms to never do it again.
In case anyone else was following this. According to the latest court documents, the parties reached a settlement and the case has been closed.
Letter Motion to Adjourn Conference. A suggestion of settlement having been made, this case is dismissed. If the settlement is not consummated within 30 days of this order, or an authorized enlarged date, either party may apply by letter for restoration of the action within 10 days after the close
Does anyone know how often pairs Nessa's silver shoes from Wicked tend to pop up at the flea market? And how much they tend to go for? A friend is going for me this year so we're trying to figure how much I should send her on the off chance she finds them.
Does anyone know if the Signature Theatre version made any changes to the show itself? I'm still a bit bummed that the Thom Southerland version (the one which was in Toronto a few years back and IIRC is currently touring in the UK) never took off in the US. I thought the way they changed a few things to sort of center the show around Bruce Ismay gave it more structure.
BroadwayLuv2 said: "Anyone know why they aren't selling Merch online? I Went to the show on Thursday and decided not to look at the merchandise stand since it was so crowded in the lobby and thought I would check it out online. Much to my dismay the website says the merchandise is exclusively sold at the theater. Is this what most shows do? Is it just like this for previews?"
It would be very unusual if it's kept exclusive to the theater. From what I remember
No, don't waste your money. It's not worth it. I was unfortunate enough to fall for the commercials and endless posters and advertisements, and it was.... a bizarre and strange night.
About 1/3 of the performances consisted of women in colorful dresses with big sleeves swishing around in almost identical dances--visually pretty but nothing spectacular or interesting about them. If you've seen the commercials, then you've seen all there is to know about the dances. It
2-3 years ago the rumor was that the Southerland production was going to be revived on Broadway after an American tour, but it didn't sell too well in Toronto (although it was a beautiful show and performance) and the only American stop was cancelled. The Southerland version is currently on tour in the UK I think--or it was a few months ago, anyway.
It'd be neat to see a limited engagement with this particular staging.
Does anyone know if the Signature Theatre version th
Glad they did the whole number and not just a snippet! But oh how I wish they had Anya dancing (even without the costume change as in the film) instead of standing still for 98% of the song holding the box.
greenifyme2 said: " I am quite annoyed that the Tony Voter GHD booklet I passed on for $5 is listed on eBay for $99. I passed on it because I didn't know what I would do with it and thought another fan would want it more. I should have just bought it and given it away on here. Ugh."
I think I saw listings from the same seller. Just ONE of the Anastasia "fake Anastasia" letters which sold at the market in bundles of 4 for $10 is on ebay for $99. Rid
How common are prop pieces at the flea market? II'm not in NYC but a friend of mine is going and they offered to pick up some things and I'm hoping to get some props from Wicked or if they have any out, Anastasia.