I wasn't remotely interested in this, but I miss seeing Roger Bart on stage, so I'm prepared pull some strings.
What were your biggest theatrical disappointments of the season... Jun 7
2019, 08:32:25 PM
Biggest disappointment: The Lehman Trilogy. I bought tix when they went on sale and I was SO excited. I even interviewed for a job at the Armory and dropped how I already had tix and could not wait to see it, I mean how could you go wrong with Mendes and those three brilliant actors? Oh yeah, a completely mediocre script is how.
Biggest surprise? Network. I knew Cranston would be good, but I didn't expect such a staggering performance. I was in absolute awe.
givesmevoice said: "I have a friend who gets a ton of emails about marketing surveys for possible Broadway shows and she got one few weeks ago about a transfer of this Company. "
I received the same survey. It specifically asked who I would like to see play "Bobbie," so it seems they may be putting feelers out for a bigger name. Honestly, I would only be interested if George Blagden transferred because I binged all three seasons of Versailles in less than t
Baseball and Broadway speak to the very core of my soul. I will give a listen and would love to help in any way I can :)
Pure Yanni May 30
2019, 09:51:22 PM
I was thinking about springing for a TDF ticket to this as I have fond memories of family road trips with musical accompaniment provided by Yanni CDs purchased at Costco, but after this review I'm just gonna have to hold out for a potential residency by John Tesh.
I love this show. I saw the original cast 13 times and was lucky enough to be answering phones in a production office that spring to be invited to the Tony Awards, only to see this great show steamrolled by The Producers. It's time The Full Monty had its day! Justice!
I saw Damon Daunno in Hadestown and did not care for his voice, therefore I put off seeing Okalahoma! at St. Ann's and now on Broadway because of it. FranklinDickson2018, thank you for posting this clip because I thought, let me give it another try, and proceeded to turn it off after 30 seconds.
I know the area well, but you would be better off taking the Q or N trains at 42nd street to Atlantic-Barclays as the Polansky Shakespeare Center is only a two block or so walk away from that stop. If you take the A to Hoyt-Schermerhorn you'll have quite the walk ahead of you if you are pressed for time in any way.
Don't worry about the French Revolution, the story takes place decades later :)
The tour program should have a brief synopsis in it, but don't worry about studying up, just let it unfold before you and enjoy.
Musicals or Museums Apr 7
2019, 08:46:48 PM
I'm going to chime in again as a long time volunteer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: it is a spectacular institution and one that you will need to set aside a large amount of time to fully appreciate!
Note that since you will be visiting on the weekend, any museum you go to will be crowded. The Met is open until 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays and will generally be a bit less crowded during the extended hours, but with the Costume Institute "Camp" exhibition in full swing by then, it
Musicals or Museums Apr 7
2019, 10:55:26 AM
Personally, I would rather spend a day on museum mile as I can do everything at my own pace, but strategize and see what special exhibitions are happening when you're in town.
And may I recommend the Neue Galerie on 86th and Fifth? Not only will you see Klimt's "Woman in Gold," but it also houses a wonderful restaurant and cafe!
I agree with the sentiment that your cleansing routine should be a priority. Look into incorporating a "double cleanse" into your routine, starting with an oil-based cleanser and then followed by a water-based foaming one.
I had cystic acne in my youth which was calmed down by Erythromycin-Benzoyl Peroxide but surprise! Years after treatment and the reemergence of acne along my jawline, I was now allergic to benzoyl peroxide and graduated to Tretinoin to treat it, and t
barcelona20 said: "Whoever goes should love drinking to make the ticket price worthwhile!"
When I saw the initial ticket levels I told my friend the night wouldn't be worth it unless I woke up in the hospital recuperating from alcohol poisoning. Insane prices, but it's sold out so some folks are looking forward to the show and open bar tonight!
First Cast Album Dec 9
2018, 08:20:07 PM
I'm an 80s child, so it was the OBC of Les Miserables while sitting in the backseat of my parents' Pontiac Bonneville on road trips.