I hope they bring another Broadway lady in for Jenna during the summer. Kat should keep the show safe during the competitive spring weeks, when everyone's focused on seeing the new shows. I could see Teal Wicks being great for this role, when they don't have to fight for audiences so much!
BrodyFosse123 said: "And like everyone just mentioned, this **** ain’t happening. Universal just jumped the gun and announced it and she most likely said she’d be on board and they’re running with that statement.
The list of non-produced musicals officially announced and starring Kristin Chenoweth is enormous."
To be fair, none of the shows currently attached to Kristin were ever formally announced. There have been workshops, and there wa
So happy for them! And it can only be a good thing that producers and investors of an original musical with an unknown writing team and no stars in the cast are getting this kind of financial reward! One can only hope it'll motive others to make brave choices and give little shows that don't much going for them on paper a chance!
I can't agree more. I have traveled through the US a lot including many of the major cities. As a woman in her 20s traveling alone I have never felt unsafe anywhere except for San Francisco and that includes living in Manhattan for a year.
I've been to SF three times. The first I was actually with my dad, and we were followed by some dude in the dark, walking from the car park to our hotel on Market Street. The other two times were for work (the largest geosciences confere
Err, I think you mean she did every performance she was contracted to do, and she's gone."
Isn't interesting how differently people can read the same thing? I interpreted Jarethan's word like "Laura's Tony winning performance brought the people to the theater and now that she's gone the show will loose steam."
You should probably repost this in the West End section of this forum (if you haven't already), I'm not sure many people from the UK regularly come on here. Also possibly add "London" to your topic title as to not confuse people about tickets for the Broadway run.
Btw, if you can't find anyone to go with, and assuming you bought the ticket through the official ticket sites, you can return one of your tickets. They have a really good policy, you'll get a full r
Yup, there is no definitive answer for that. If the theater sets aside tickets specifically for rush than yes, they will be available even if the show is sold out. But that also likely means the show is very popular and rush lines will probably be quite long/you have to show up early.
Some shows however only sell whatever they have left day off, so if they are sold out that means no rush.
You could also consider Standing Room if you're desperate. Many shows have a SRO policy
I don't know why some people always have to confuse the OP even more by suggesting something that's not on their list. There could such a variety of reasons it's not of their choices, in this case the most likely their visit is after the closing date. So that's just not helpful.
Sorry, rant over, but that always annoys me.
I'd pick Bandstand out of those too. In my opinion the story has a lot of substance and a lot of heart. And it's told with a good amou
dave1606 said: "Chris Diamantopoulos had a funny flub last night where he dropped the prescription he is supposed to give Jenna into the first row of the audience. He got the person to hand it back to him and said "thanks nurse!""
Ha! He did the same when I saw it a week and a half ago. I now think this was an actual flub at some point that ended up being so funny that he's now doing it on purpose lol
The overhang in the Wilson is significant and the rear orchestra was partial view for that reason for Jersey Boys. Their set had 2 levels and you couldn't really see the upper one. GHD's set only has 1 level so I assume you should be fine? I sat rear mezz for this show and thought it was a good view. I also don't remember it to be significantly more uncomfortable than other rear mezz seats in terms of leg room.
I went to see The Ballad of Little Jo at the Two River Theater in Red Bank NJ yesterday on a whim because friends of mine are fans of Teal Wicks, who's playing the lead. I ended up loving the show! I highly recommend it to anyone who lives in the area or enjoys a little day trip out of the city. It's playing for another 4 weeks or so I think and it's a little under 1.5h on the train from Penn Station to get there.
The musical is based on the movie of the same name from the