But, not unlike the criticism of Pretty Woman, a story where a young, simple girl totally forgives and marries a physically and emotionally abusive man...because through the puppets he CAN be nice will fly today. That's not a happy ending, that's a tragedy.
This doesnt mean stories about abuse (or other sensitive stories) shouldnt be told. They should. But not as a romance where the "love of a good w
HogansHero said: "I am also someone who didn't like it and would have much preferred seeing American Idiot which, while flawed in terms of its book, had one of the best scores (wrongfully not eligible) in the last 40+years. I don't think anyone expected it to run as long as it did after it won, which was also a surprise."
Why was it wrongfully not eligible? The music existed prior to the show's conception. Sure, new arrangements were done, but to be
Can an 11 year old see the show Hamilton alone? Jan 13
2019, 10:09:02 AM
I say go for it. Hamilton is a masterpiece of theatre and exposing children to such phenomenal art at a young age is great. Knowing all the music is one thing, but seeing the artistry live is an entirely different experience that she should get to have.
How f<<edited>>ing dare he? The original is a masterpiece and to have the audacity to ruin it with some lower budget, watered down, undignified "revisal" is an insult to everybody involved. Mackintosh should hang his head in shame.
Hamilton the truth Jan 7
2019, 01:08:11 PM
This post is ridiculous. Do everyone a favor and stop.
I don't think that there's any guarantee that everybody will put their phone in the pouch. A person could say that they left their phone in their car/at home/etc or even that they don't have a cell phone, but actually have it in their pocket. There are always loopholes.