Personally, I thought the blow up people were hilarious.
re: Standing Ovations - your opinion? Jul 4
2004, 02:36:35 PM
How about it being the other way around? Everyone in the entire theatre is standing and clapping and cheering, and you're the only one sitting because, frankly, you found the show to be crap. Do you get up just so you don't look like an ass?
This happened at GYPSY. Everyone was standing and clapping after "Rose's Turn," except this couple next to me, who just stared blankly at the rear ends of the people in front of them.
Then again, these two spent the whole show playing tic tac t
re: Wing's new CD Jul 4
2004, 02:26:53 PM
Oh, and y'all laughed when I said Wing should replace Cheno..
Listen to "Vision of Love" and THEN disagree with me!!
re: One Musical Jun 28
2004, 02:45:26 PM
I would have to pick HAIRSPRAY. While it is certainly not my favorite show, it was probably the most fun I've ever had in a theater and it would be great if this celebration of a musical could run forever.
You can only watch the same plot play out so many times. But does anyone ever get tired of having fun?
Room - Jason Robert Brown Karaoke Car - Susan Egan "So Far" Computer - Playlist of SoCo/Brand New/Spitalfield/Smile Empty Soul
re: Sly Fox Jun 27
2004, 09:58:11 PM
I saw it last week, and I must say, I slept through the first act, and then cried with laughter during the second. Bronson was hysterical.
While he was twitching about, he managed to trip and fall, and some of the funniest ad-libbing went on. Hehe.
I was mighty disappointed when everyone but Peter Scolari slipped out another door at the end, leaving us hopeless at the stage door, but I won't hold any grudges. Those actors deserved a break after that performance.
Anyways, I like Gavin a little better than Hunter when I imagine them both as Christian. I dunno, maybe I have Ewan burnt into my brain.
re: Moulin Rouge to Broadway Jun 27
2004, 08:52:58 PM
I didn't mean to insult Mr. Foster in any way. I like him, he's awesome, I just don't think he'd suite Christian very well. But hey, to each his own, right?
My girlfriend just gave me an interesting suggestion for the penniless poet--Gavin Creel.
Why am I the only one that can't see Hunter Foster as Christian?? I don't know if it's so much his look that I can't see in the role as his voice. It's so naturally nasally and kinda whiney...it's like a default character voice that would NOT work for Christian.
Just my two cents.
*pokes Little Squirrel*
re: Joey Fatone Little Shop Billboard Jun 27
2004, 12:17:02 AM
broadway86 -- My post was just my opinion on the subject, but yes, it was also to clarify to you that I wasn't trying to unjustly judge Mr. Fatone in any way.