greenifyme2 said: "Scarlet Leigh said: "BwayinVan said: "On the Six Instagram live tonight it was explained that Megasix is not allowed to be filmed as per actors equity. Apparently the creatives wanted it but the union is the one that kiboshed it."
Yeah they also said that technically they were not suppose to allow megasix to be recorded in Chicago either but they did it anyway (a smart marketing move perhaps) and that the union was not happy w
SouthernCakes said: "I wonder if they are making the show “cheaper?” It seemed kind of tech heavy in London. And this seems to be smaller scale with actors pushing letters around? "
Not sure, but we’re the actors pushing around letters, actually confirmed, I thought that was a guess on how the letters might be utilized. But, the photo Robbie2 posted, the Broadway cast is standing in front of the 3 door set, that looks like the one they used dur
MNNiceorIce said: "So...now this has wrapped up its pre-Broadway run in St. Paul with alternates on for two queens the entire run (one, Abby Mueller, formally announced, one, Brittany Mack, not), any thoughts that there could be casting shifts before Broadway previews start?
Seemed the St. Paul cast solidified their show/music/personalities into a tight knit group...nary a mention of either absent queen in any of their “ready for Broadway” posts, etc these last
Scarlet Leigh said: "I can't see them changing the costume design but perhaps altering the construction. I also can VERY much see them doing away with the "alternates" costumes on Broadway and everyone getting their own set of costumes for all the roles they cover. As much as I LOVE the concept of each girl getting their own personal look, it does in many ways highlight the fact that "HEY! HEY! THERE IS AN UNDERSTUDY ON! LOOK! LOOK AT THE UNDERSTUDY!" when the
I watched a Instagram Live last week with Sam Pauly and Brittney Mack and they said they heard there are going to be some changes to Broadway! They said they knew they were all getting new costumes, that would be a little easier to wash, and that the show would be "bigger."
Considering a lot of press has been done with them in their current costumes, I have a feeling the costumes will look the same, but use different fabric to ease with the
In addition, I just wanted to add that a person's skin color is not always vital to a story. What I mean is there are certain shows like Caroline, Or Change or Miss Saigon, where a certain character's ethnicity is absolutely integral to the story. But, in a show like Company, where the entire concept is about "A man/woman with no emotional commitments reassess his/her life on their thirty-fifth birthday by reviewing his/her relationshi
Just because some of y'all don't interact with people of color or other ethnicities, in real life, doesn't mean this character Bobbie, who is not based on an actual human being, does or doesn't. So, why can't she have a diverse group of friends.
The whole concept of this revival was to modernize the show to be a representation of today, and one way they could've was to make it ethnically diverse, to reflect the Ne