bwayphreak234 said: "TaylorLongTO said: "Guys... Rachel York as Star. Enough Said."
I am so down with this casting if it were to happen!"
Same here! I’d see Rachel in anything! I was hoping she would continue with Ever After, but seeing as that’s postponed for the moment, I wouldn’t mind her dawning the Mackie attire.
Beetlejuice Rush Sep 6
2019, 09:58:44 PM
I rushed on Thursday (9/5). I arrived about five after eight and was first in line. More people didn’t show up until around 9, then by the time the box office opened there were six of us. I was given left orchestra in the second row, seats 5 and 7. Seat 7 was a good view for the price, and 5 was probably okay, but anymore over and I’m sure you would miss a lot.
Moulin Rouge (pro) reviews Sep 5
2019, 11:26:17 PM
I was there today for the matinee. Ashley Loren went on as Satine for the very first time. On the contrary, I thought she and Aaron had wonderful chemistry. I never saw Olivo in the role so I can’t compare, but from what others around me were saying, apparently Ashley played it sweeter and with less grit. I thought Ashley was in fabulous voice and she didn’t miss a beat, crazy to think it was her debut in the role, and she hasn’t even had a put in! She was on for the evening show as well.
Rob McClure...Mrs. Doubtfire... Sep 5
2019, 11:22:28 PM
I honestly think Rob is one of the most versatile theater actors working today. I didn’t get to see Chaplin, but I was lucky enough to see his Baker in Into the Woods, as well as in Something Rotten and I just got back to my hotel from Beetlejuice. I honestly think this role will be a great blend of his comic chops and he will undoubtedly nail the emotional moments as well. I congratulated him after the show tonight and he seems genuinely excited to get to work on it!
Replica Revivals Aug 28
2019, 10:40:13 PM
My answer is kinda cheating, but there was a time period between 2005-2013ish that The Grinch, Elf, and A Christmas Story would be brought back every year, sometimes on Broadway, sometimes not.
Courtenay Collins - Question Aug 21
2019, 08:25:35 AM
I would honestly just mention it in passing. Don’t make it a big thing, and definitely don’t offer the donation (not that charity isn’t great, but that very clearly draws a line in the sand about whether you’re an acquaintance or just a fan). Just be sure to come off as casual and low pressure, and if she says she would rather not, then be cool with that.
Audience interaction changes for The Play That Goes Wrong Aug 19
2019, 10:34:47 PM
The first time I saw the show on tour, they definitely did the dog bit beforehand. Then at intermission Chris and other actors stormed out and invaded the theater and lobby continuing to look for the dog, one of them went as far as to walk around with a squeaky toy.
As for the ledger joke, it is a plant. Both times I saw it he kept going until someone said “it’s underneath”, then he would go into his TV rant.
Where do the Actors on National Tours sleep? Aug 15
2019, 10:37:52 AM
I believe for every city performers get the choice between an arranged hotel or a Per diem to use on finding their own housing. Sometimes many cast members will chip in their per diem to share a nice AirBnB or just stay in the hotel. It usually differs for every performer and city.
- First Wives Club (Chicago) - Spongebob - War Paint - Pretty Woman - The Cher Show - Tootsie - Six
I’d say out of these Spongebob, War Paint, and Six were the most exciting. First Wives was cool just because of how infamous the show is, and the fact after a second failure it will never see the light of day again.
SouthernCakes said: "Wonder why they are scared to bring it to NYC. They aren’t tinkering with the show, correct? So why not just bring it in. This is a great season for a new musical. "
Come From Away has tryouts in La Jolla, Seattle, DC, and Toronto. How is Six any different? They’re not scared, they’re being creative and building the brand and word of mouth, and seeing as the Chicago production played full houses 95% of the time, I’d say it
Six reviews Jul 26
2019, 03:30:20 PM
Mallory Maedke is making her debut tonight in Chicago as Boleyn! Bummed I’ll miss her by a day if she doesn’t go on again tomorrow.
Alice Ripley Jul 23
2019, 02:01:43 PM
I’ve seen her in concert four times and I honestly think she has one of the most unique and beautiful voices in musical theater. The fact that is so untraditional is what I love about it so much. She’s so cathartic and exhibits so much pathos in everything she does I can’t help but be hypnotized by her. I’ve also had the pleasure of meeting her 3 times (once very extensively), and she’s just all around a wonderful human. I really wish she worked more steadily on the broadway stage (her off-Broad
Hot Pants said: "I recall Timothy Hughes saying that he sings Hades up an octave. Or at least the lowest notes are up an octave, I’m not quite sure, but I know it’s one or the other. The fact that Page’s understudies can’t perform Hades’ music as written (which is absolutely no knock against them, as Hades is not written in a key that seems humanly possible) leads me to believe that it’s gonna be very difficult to recast the role. My guess is whoev
Annie Golden, Broadway Bounty Hunter Jul 21
2019, 07:55:51 AM
Looking at potentially seeing this on my next trip, for those who may have seen both, or can give opinions, who is “better” in the role? They way it lines up I could either see Annie or Anne, depending on what slot I use for this show.