Best finds at the Flea Market? Sep 26
2010, 08:59:47 PM I was also one of the first 75 people to donate to/enter the scavenger hunt so I won a Broadway Flea Market Tee.
How was the scavenger hunt? Like, I'd heard that you had to pay to enter it.
Yeah you had to "donate" five dollars and complete 10 things on the list to get 5 chances to win something, I don't remember what it was. And most of the things on the list were things you had to purchase, like two broadway green allience totes, or a playbill with a broadway diva on
Window Cards: 2010 Tony Awards-$1 A Chorus Line, Legally Blonde, and Chicago-3 for $5
Books/Plays: An Education Screenplay-$1 1991 Tony Awards Prompt Manual-$1 Audrey Hepburn Book-$2 Creating a Role-$1 An Anthology of Fraiser Scripts-$1 In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play promotional script-$1 The Avenue Q Activity Book-$1
CDS/DVDs Ragtime Preview CD-$1 Scenes from Hamlet with Jude L
I got: A Drowsy Chaperone Window Card $2 The Tony Awards 2007 Poster $2 The Fantasticks Revival Cast Recording $3 Nine Cast Recording $3 Sweeney Todd Song Sample CD .50 Countless plays and acting books. I'm not about to go through them all. $1 each Spelling Bee mouse pad free Boeing-Boeing T-shirt $5 Hairspray T-shirt $1 Various playbills I also don't feel like going through. most were $1 each. Playbill Broadway Yearbook
re: The Daryl Eisenberg Twitter Thread Aug 13
2009, 05:38:57 PM
I've been on the fence about the whole issue, but after reading the backstage article, I'm appalled. She seems to feel no remorse for her actions. She even said she'd continue to tweet about auditions and is blaming the people in opposition of her behavior for not understanding how twitter works. I believe that if she really had no intention of being hurtful she would come right out and blatantly apologize and admit her mistake. I haven't seen that happen.
re: What Times Square Area Buildings Use To Be Theaters? Jul 14
2009, 11:58:22 AM
I have a playbill from the Liberty Theatre when it played The Spring Maid starring Christie MacDonald. It says that Klaw and Erlanger were the managers of the theatre. Is this the same Klaw that the Klaw Theatre was named after?
re: 'Perfect for US': The NEXT TO NORMAL love thread! Jun 28
2009, 08:40:46 PM
I just saw Next to Normal for the first time and I don't think I've cryed so much at a show before. It really hit close to home for me. I was a wreck the entire time, but I loved it. I rushed it today and I got there at about 8:50 and was the 23rd person in line. I got box seats which were perfect. I had no trouble seeing the stage, except a couple of times when people made entrances far stage right.
and the Tony Award[s] went to... Jun 7
2009, 08:17:38 PM
That opening. sheesh. Did anyone else hear the chattering in the background? I did enjoy the Hair segment of the opening.
Bye Bye Birdie Audition Apr 5
2009, 10:00:08 AM
My friend got a callback for Kim. She's in college and lives in the city. I think she's going back mid-April.
re: Juilliard Outfit Jan 26
2009, 06:01:12 PM
I auditioned for Juilliard on Saturday. Some guys were dressed in jeans and a t-shirt, others wore a suit. Some wore khakis, some wore jeans and button down shirts.
I'm a girl but I wore nice black pants, and a shirt with a little sweater over it.
Just wear whatever you'd feel comfortable doing the warm up in.