Soft Power Previews Feb 19
2020, 02:53:44 PM
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ebizzle said: "The Tempest I believe was a $12.50 fee. And it's misleading to call them $29, instead of $36. That's all. And you're clearly not a broke college kid on a budgetto whom that does make a difference."
Also if you mean the Donmar Tempest at St. Ann’s the fee was $7.50 and I have the receipts for that and literally every ofher show from St. Ann’s previous season, which I all bought through Todaytix rush, to verify it.
Valentina3 said: "I think Jorge meant to say Wiesslers must have been desperate to have offered Betsy more money to keep her, since it's very unlike them to do that.
Jorge - with the chain of messages before yours, it really sounds like you implied that Carousel folks must have been really desperate to have hired Lindsay Mendez. That's why people are less than happy."
Cesare2 said: "I kept thinking throughout this play how is this family supporting itself and how can it afford all its medical bills."
I mean, a fairly significant struggle for Carrie’s character is negotiating her employment with caring for her son, and it’s pretty explicitly stated that the excellent insurance provided by this job is what is allowing for the care...
At-the-glen said: "wicked_beast4 said:ugh ITOTALLYforgot that pregnancy only happens when it's planned!"
Most women with high-stakes careers plan their pregnancies, what an obtuse thing to say."
Oh glen, youre such a petty betty. Just because most women do doesn't mean it isn't a rational thing to happen. And just because you stumbled upon a dictionary for the first time in your life and thought the
I tend to be a pretentious fop when it comes to my very particular interpretation of a work that, although I could argue is evidenced by the text, is absolutely not inherent to it. My apologies for what I now amount to a late-night rant.
I deeply appreciate your thoughtful and well-reasoned response – indeed, although I let myself get a little more heated that appropriate, this kind of thoughtful critical exchange is what I wish this board could accomplish more
GavestonPS said: "With all due respect to wicked_beast4, I don't know where he got the following: "a man being forced by external perceptions into the role of "degenerate" and being trapped by that identity no matter how hard he sacrifices to try to transcend this lot (Billy))". I think it's true that Billy is a perennial outsider, but the idea that he is forced into the role of "degenerate" is more Genet than Hammerstein.