Is anyone else going to Club Cumming? I bought a ticket this afternoon.
Right-wing decries Nov 30
2013, 09:30:13 AM
In case you missed it, Daryl Roth and the "Kinky Boots" Twitter feed shared a link to a sermon that my pastor preached about "Kinky Boots." (Don't worry; it's positive!) It was part of a series called "The Beatitudes of Broadway." The church is Virginia-Highland Church in Atlanta, GA.
I will be in NYC not this weekend but next, in part, to see "Porgy and Bess." I understand that the Lincoln Center Archive is recording the show on Friday, July 20. So, my question is this: is attending the performance they are recording a special experience, an annoyance, or neither?
War Horse seating Jul 18
2011, 11:36:13 AM
Good morning! I am looking into tickets for War Horse in September, and I am discovering a variety of options, everything from center in the second row of the loge to fifth row, but in the far house right section. The closer ones are more expensive, but are they better seats?
Labor Day in the city? Jun 14
2011, 12:09:36 PM
Hello all! Thank you in advance for your help. I have a quick set of questions for NYC residents or frequent travelers: What is the city like over Labor Day weekend? Is it inundated with tourists or has the summer rush subsided?
In looking at my calendar, that may be the best time for me to make it this year, and I want to know what might be in store!
As I recall, in London, act one ended in dim light with Billy walking off the stage with a defiant stare into the audience. I remember thinking how b*llsy that was to trust such a young performer with a bit of blocking that easily could have let contrived. Instead, it set the tone for Billy for the rest of the show.
And if the adaptation rights can be worked out, the season will conclude with another premiere, a new musical version of the beloved children's book Sarah, Plain and Tall, a project Moriarty believes has Broadway potential.