I saw the first preview. The story line was horribly crafted, and I didn't care about of the characters-- especially either of the sons. The singing was somewhat delightful, but this show is on my top 10 worst list. It was so bad that a man behind me said out loud in the second act, "Does anybody even know what the hell is going on right now? What is the point?"
bk said: "Why would she say "I can't hear you" to the conductor? He's not talking. He has nothing to do with the sound at all. Walk offstage at the first opportunity and tell someone she can't hear. That said, how can she not hear LIVE MUSICIANS who are playing directly in front of her. "
As a performer, I can tell you that this can definitely happen. I've been in situations when I can only hear one or two instruments, and if y
LuPita2 said: "Jayar2 said: "Well, first off, she is breaking the law. She is 18. You have to be 21 to buy tobacco in NYC. As of November 2019, you will have to be 21 to buy tobacco in all of New York state."
Adorable. Does it show her buying a pack? No? Then shhhhh.........."
I'll be more specific then-- it is illegal to SMOKE under the age of 21 in NYC and will be in the entire state in November.
Hi there-- If I may be lazy for a moment. Does anybody know if there are any Broadway performances on the evening of July 4? I've searched the web and can only find schedules from previous years. Outside of looking up the schedule of every show, does anybody have a different suggestion or information they are willing to share?Â Thank you in advance.
You can really see the diversity in age groups in response to this thread. The 'kids' are all about the current shows while us old queens bring up the classics. I will say that the quintessential sad song for me is 'How Could I Ever Know' from The Secret Garden.
I saw it last night, and I was underwhelmed. The opening is fantastic-- it gives an impression that we're going to be taken on a ride through the Go-Gos song catalog, but then it just kind of fizzles out. Individually, I think that the performances were nice, but given how new everything is, there was little chemistry within the cast. I also think that this needs to be a one act-- there was a lot of fluff, and I hope that they rethink making it a two act show by the time it gets to Broadw
I have nothing profound to say, but I will echo what all of you have already said. Too soon, too young, so much talent, and I am very sad about this loss. She was an amazing performer, and I will miss her.
I will be in the city celebrating my birthday over opening for this show. I've never experienced a Broadway opening before, and I would love to be able to attend with my husband. Any tips on getting tickets as they are not for sale?
I don't stage door anymore. First of all, I go to see the performance which is what really fills my soul. If I feel so compelled to do so, I tweet something about the show, actor that I specifically enjoyed. Not only does it make me happy to be able to talk about the show, but if people read the actor's or show's feed, it's a plus that say positive things. And secondly, I am 45 years old. I'm ready for bed after an evening show! Lol! And back on topic-- if I wer
Interesting that the writer reports that 3 of the 4 best musical nominees are having a benefit performance, and then he moves on to Dolly. Dolly is not one of the nominees-- there was no mention of The Great Comet, which seemingly is not doing a benefit performance. He should have clarified that this was a REVIVAL. Although all of us know this, it's misleading making it sound like Dolly is the only show not giving such a performance.