Depends on artist, venue, etc., since there are so many ways for them to get out without having to interact with anybody. Some bands and such will sign things on their way in to sound check in the afternoon, but it's really up to them. There is no standard answer.
If it's Ben Platt, then my take is that artists who include meet and greet options tend to bolt after the show, since if people wanted to see them, that path was made available... Also the dynamic has changed, since n
There is no way to predict understudies in advance, since it would mainly be for illness and no one is above the title, so there is no reason they would need to announce them in advance.
As for stagedoor, the entire cast was doing the stagedoor after matinees off-Broadway, but no telling if they will be able to continue that, since the stage door off-Broadway was indoors, whereas now they are on a freezing sidewalk.
Cape Twirl of Doom said: "For all the horror stories I had heard about the fans, they seemed perfectly respectful and while they were enthusiastic it did not feel forced. I thought it was so great that so many young kids were enjoying the theater!"
Had the same experience, although the exuberance for what they were seeing was often lost on me. I enjoyed it, but wasn't quite sure what was prompting them to react as it often seemed unrelated or oversized compared t
\_(•_&bull_/ said: "My dad has back issues and I wanted to take him since he loves these types of plays, but am afraid it might be a little long."
Wouldn't his back be indifferent to the perceived pace of the play? I would imagine that he would get uncomfortable after XX amount of time in a seat, and whether he was enjoying what was onstage or not wouldn't have much bearing on it?
madiwade0815 said: "thank you! i did see that but i was looking for something a little more current especially since that was around a holiday. and thanks for the tip! im not sure how to change it tbh haha but ill figure it out"
dwwst12 said: "With the Prom stabilizing around 50% of potential gross, is it safe to assume they'll stick it out at least until the Tony nominations come out? I'll be in town April 13-20 and am hoping to eek it out."
I can't imagine them closing up shop before then...
bear88 said: "This extension adds a complication to my May trip, which is none of your concerns. But my question is this: Most of the comments and reviews I have seen basically say Cranston is fantastic but the play, overall, is nothing special aside from a few directorial flourishes.
Is that a fair assessment? And if it's unfair to the play, why is it worth choosing aside from Cranston?"
If you don't see Network, what would that open up as other o