quizking101 said: "I wonder how Bornstein handled it during the show, if at all. I remember she came to speak at my college years ago when the documentary on her life was coming out (I was on the board of my college QSA that brought her in) and she was a funnyclass act, and the sweetest person you could ever talk to."
I was there - Kate did not seem to react to it. There were people shushing the woman (I heard her say something but wasn't sure what). The crowd wa
I've done the Wednesday rush. Pink is encouraged, but hardly enforced. I was second in line and got there at 4am. I had friends that went this week at 5 and were about 7th in line. You definitely don't have to get in line at midnight.
LxGstv said: "Finally saw this last night, even though I wasn't disappointed, because of the fact you don't get to see all of it, I felt a bit cheated, like I missed out on part of the fun.
What ChairinMan wrote above is very accurate, it is certainly strange, poetic and bizarre. This was my second immersive theater experience and I thought this was a lot more effective than Ghost Light, they really were able to transport the audience into their world and make
It's an embarrassment of riches, really. Block's "I'm Breaking Down" was sublime, and Colella was a fantastic surprise in show I didn't expect to have a standout. Jones, for me, hit so many realistic and heartfelt emotional beats that my personal preference edges toward her (I also have a ton of goodwill towards her after Pippin). At the end of the day, I wouldn't be upset if any of those three won.
I've never seen the show live but I saw it last night from the back row in the upstairs (on the aisle, it's not a bad seat). Carolee is giving a career performance - she easily stole the stole and was giving a funny, sad, and fully committed performance. It's the best I've ever seen her.
Norm was fine (always lovely to hear him live) but his voice was scratchy and his acting wasn't as lived-in as Carolee's (or even Matt Doyle's, who was quite charming). Havi