Gizmo6 said: "A second season is hopeful. I was disappointed with this and his recent Fosse/Verdon
I’m at the coffee shop seen with Ben and girlfriend at the end where he’s crying. God it’s bad!
Ryan Murphy didn’t do Fosse/Verdon. It’s was Broadway’s on Lin Manuel Miranda. People think it was Murphy because of shows he did with similar names.
Little Shop of Horrors (PREVIEWS) Oct 1
2019, 09:29:59 AM
Groff is one of the nicest celebs I’ve ever met. Have spoken to him a few times and he actually focuses in on the conversation. I love that he doesn’t have social media and seems a little more old-school. He’s smart because it leaves an air of mystery around him that keeps fans interested. A real talent and a really nice guy.
DAME said: "What time did it end? I know he is religious and last night Rosh Hashana began at Sundown."
I was really surprised he scheduled this on Rosh Hashanah. He talks about his Judaism a lot and I recall him even saying that if he wasn’t a performer, he’d like to be a cantor. Maybe Radio City/Netflix only offered one date, but still surprised.
Saw it last night, and this is definitely a quirky one. Not sure how most theater-going audiences will react to it. It's a dark comedy but some of the comedy is stale. I wanted the comedy to feel fresher than it did, and it's not the 70s setting that makes it feel that way. Some of the jokes/bits are just predictable. There were moments of surprise and weirdness that I enjoyed, but it was a very mixed bag. The set was also a fun component.
CT2NYC said: "Has anyone else watched yet? I thought the majority was unfocused, bookended by an exceptional,unexpectedly moving first episode and afinale that sets up what should be a far more interesting second season, with a fun bit ofAssassinsin between."
I agree with this assessment. All over the place with good performances and fun campiness.
Scotland PA Previews Sep 28
2019, 05:32:42 AM
Was wondering a bit more about sex scenes, drugs, and language. Got my answer, so thank you all.
Scotland PA Previews Sep 27
2019, 05:16:27 PM
Can anyone who’s seen it comment on the inappropriateness for a young teen? Thanks in advance.
Pik a Tkt Exchange Sep 22
2019, 06:17:02 PM
I’d trade Blue Man Group for anything above or other suggestions.
The Wrong Man Sep 20
2019, 11:24:32 PM
Well, at its current state, this is one big missed opportunity. Great names behind it and some great pieces, but it never comes together. Work needs to be done.
Story: Who are these people? Nothing about them is developed, so I don’t care when I’m supposed to, and that is a massive problem. **SPOILER** The relationship between the male and female leads is so underdeveloped. They sleep together, she gets pregnant, she dies, he gets accused. There’s nothing indicating actual feelings betw
I gotta say that Rupert Everett, who has very famously expressed his regrets over coming out because it ruined his career, working with Russell Tovey, a young actor who has played many interesting gay characters and is open about his own sexuality, has me wondering what that dynamic will be like.
Moulin Rouge (pro) reviews Sep 7
2019, 04:34:25 PM
This show had one of the worst audiences I’ve encountered. One lady sneezed a very girlie sneeze the audience giggled a bit. She did it two more times and the audience laughed. The actors kept going, but it definitely took me out of the moment. Then we kept hearing a ding like someone was getting a text. Sounded like it was coming from next to me, but the lady didn’t react. Finally the person next to her checked her own phone and said, “It’s not mine” so the lady checked hers and realized that t
I was talking about this recently to a friend. It's not an outrageously appropriate show (although there are a few moments of sexual innuendo and the like), but there's depth to it, and I don't know that anyone under 15 would appreciate it. Others may disagree.
I just did it recently for Moulin Rouge and was told that since it's selling so well, there's no way of knowing when it would happen. Was told "It'll be good throughout the production's entire run" which basically meant to me "It could be years."
Sat in the very last row of the mezz which are the $99 seats and you do miss stuff that's happening on the catwalk. Since there's nobody behind you, you can technically sit on top of the seat (although I'm sure it's not officially allowed). There were people doing it.
raddersons said: "DramaTeach said: "Disney will always want their titles licensed, whether they’re on Broadway or not. If the critical and public response to the show is positive, they’ll consider bringing it over. The problem is that just like Hercules, they’re created a massive ensemble cast that would be too expensive. I’m sure they’ll consider minimizing it. If that doesn’t happen, they’ll record an album, so schools and communit