Miserent said: "Patti and the interviewer both discuss how they don’t understand why Evita was telling her people not to cry/weep for her because it doesn’t make sense in the context of the show...am I only one who believes that “don’t cry for me” means “don’t call my name out/cry my name” and not “don’t shed tears for me”? I mean “don’t call out for me because I never truly left you” makes a hell of
Jordan Catalano said: "Oh wow. When was the last time an LCT show actually closed early?"
Women on the Verge?
If Julie Andrews hadn’t lost her voice Oct 11
2019, 06:04:56 PM
She is doing more than one talkback at Metrograph, and tickets aren’t extremely expensive. I can only make it to one, and I am certainly not missing out on the chance to see her in person, if only for a Q&A after the film.
If Scott Rudin can get people to stop arriving late with his strict policies, we need to do the same for people who use cell phones.
The dog whistle of phones in theater article Oct 8
2019, 10:40:16 AM
I’m firmly against pouches being used in the theatre. We’d have people getting up in the middle of a show to go to the “cell phone zones” in the lobby. And in this increasingly violent country, locking up phones is not a good idea in case of an emergency, god forbid.
People need to start acting like respectful adults.
Opinions about JUDY Oct 7
2019, 10:30:15 PM
I actually think it would have been far more nightmarish to have the adults of her past actually having the best intentions for her, ignorantly feeding her pills and starving her with chicken soup and coffee. I do not think that LB was out to kill Judy Garland. I don’t think he was even out to hurt her. Did he see her as a product? Absolutely, and that is very sad and wrong. But I don’t think that he had a sinister plan to set her down a yellow brick road of addiction and mental illness. They si
Phone rings, door chimes, in comes COMPANY! Oct 6
2019, 06:16:15 PM
It would make sense if she wasn’t asked, as much as that would hurt her. When was the last time a Sondheim revival made money on Broadway? It’s a huge financial gamble, they don’t need to spend extra money on housing for foreign actors when they have actors perfectly suited for the roles right here in New York.
Almira said: "Zellweiger gives s largely one-note performance, not much deepthor weight. What you see in the first 10 minutes is exactly the samething you see for the next 90 minutes...,and not being a force of nature herself, her singing is at moments embarrassing especially when everyone around her is describing it as this rare god-given gift to the world.
A slog of a film to endure."
At last, a voice of reason. While not as offensively bad as I imagined