I attended the Saturday, August 3 matinee performance. Was unfortunate that there were SO many seats unsold. The ushers were even moving people forward prior to the curtain going up.
I am a fan of the Meatloaf BOOH album. Overall I enjoyed the show. The set is amazing. I enjoyed the camera being used in the bedroom to project the action on the big 'billboard'. Special effects really (in my humble opinion) were merely lots of confetti explosions.
I think the point when people say "Lizzo? Who is Lizzo?" is that especially for the biggest characters: Ariel, Ursula...Disney, Hollywood and the movie going public will want a "name". They will want an instantly recognizable, bankable name on those roles. It doesn't mean Lizzo doesn't have the chops to do the role...it is just that she isn't as known as Melissa McCarthy. I never heard of Awkwafina but that person is the role of Scuttle and I wouldn't buy (
In all due fairness...Nathan Lane used to stage door. He did when he was in the Producers. At the time I waited, spoke to him, he signed anything you provided: Producers or Lion King etc. So something between then and now clicked or went wrong or he just got tired of it. The masses of people surrounding the stage door were ridiculous then and they are now.
20 plus years ago, before eBay, I do not remember it being as bad and as un-enjoyable as it is now. I am sure that far too many act
And people get annoyed and question why actors don't want to stage door? Behavior at the stage door has entirely gotten out of hand. Shaking my head. I read this post a few days ago and still when I see this subject (hugging actors) pop up it annoys me. Just because we form an emotional bond with them from our seat after watching a performance does NOT mean one has been mutually formed from them to us. This is entirely creepy and validates why actors might want to avoid the stage door.
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Don't think it is being dramatic. A few tracks at a time over the course of weeks is just stupid. I'll wait.
I saw SIX in Chicago on Saturday night, May 25th. It was AMAZING! Loved it SO much...however what could have made it even all that much more enjoyable would have been if the patrons in the audience, particularly the women, would STOP the damn screaming! I understand you are excited but for G sake shut the F up! Whooping in a high pitched scream every time the performers are taking a breath of air is not your cue to let out an ear splitting scream!
"LUZIA takes you to an imaginary Mexico, like in a walking dream, where light quenches the spirit and rain soothes the soul."
That is the sentence that Cirque du Soleil uses to describe their touring production of Luzia and it could not be more accurate!
I attended the 12.30pm performance on Sunday, May 5th in the parking lot of CitiField in Queens, New York. I have seen all of the resident productions in Las Vegas (a few several times in fact) and all of the touring p
greensgreens said: "It’s still better than Addams Family and none of the actors have egg all over their faces like Nathan & Bebe."
Sorry but I really disagree with you on this. Without a doubt I thought Addams Family was much better than Beetlejuice. The Addams Family music and lyrics were hands down much more enjoyable than Beetlejuice. I would not listen to Beetlejuice again but I have on occasion listened to the Addams Family. I also enjoyed Nathan &