I can see how you'd think Tatiana got her inspiration from here, but Ursula twice mentions her suction cups. So either they're being inaccurate or she's just not based off this particular squid. Ha, I look far too deeply into things!
Witch - Cher/Helena Bonham Carter Jack's Mother - Debra Jo Rupp! (Y'know, Eric's mother from 'That 70's Show'
re: In Real Life I am a... Dec 4
2007, 06:42:35 AM
Fashion student/model/sales advisor at Topshop (clothes store in the UK lol, www.topshop.com)
re: The Little Mermaid tonight (12/1) Dec 2
2007, 05:27:36 PM
No, not reeeally. The ending has been rescripted, and is now much longer. In the first few weeks in Denver, Ursula came in, flooded the castle then Ariel threw Ursula's shell, killing her. Towards the end of the run, Ariel picked up the shell and Ursula tried tempting her to give it back by turning Ariel against her father. Eric also made an irrelevant appearance in this scene.
Ursula still does the same now, except she's not as obvious with wanting the shell to save her life. Her death
The show seems so much more grand than it did in Denver. I think it's the musical arrangements, to be honest. For example, Fathoms Below used to have a short sharp introduction, lessening the impact of the opening. Now the opening seems very powerful, with the entire ship crew singing 'Anchors Away' instead of just the one they used in Denver.
Also, the 'descent into the sea' now sounds much eerier. It sound
re: Bring Rocky Horror back to broadway Dec 3
2006, 10:04:33 AM
As much as I LOVE Rocky Horror (hence the username) I really wasn't a fan of the revival. Don't get me wrong, the cast was perfect (with the exception of Joan Jett) and the best cast so far in my eyes, but I just didn't like the staging.
I didn't care much for the abstract set design, as it didn't really set the atmosphere of the scene - eg. a terrifying castle, a lab etc
The costumes were good but I abseloutely hated Columbia's bondage style outfit, complete with leather and c
When I first saw the show, I was a bit dubious about it, but I was captivated as soon as the haunting Prologue started.
I was very familiar with all the music but I knew very little about the staging of the show, so you can imagine my surprise when a (seemingly) old hag transforms into a beautiful, shimmering Enchantress and flies up, towering above the Princ
re: Moments on Cast Recordings that drive you crazy Oct 2
2006, 12:08:29 PM
In 'Defying Gravity' on the OBC of Wicked, when Idina says 'think of what we could do', she says 'do' kinda oddly. It sounds a bit like 'djhoo'. Listen to it, and you'll understand what I mean.