jbird5 said: "If you have a strong stomach, you could go see Our Dear Dead Drug Lord. I think it crosses the line into being sensational just for the sake of being “edgy”, but most critics - except Sarah Holdren and a few others - disagree."
Could someone please tell me in spoiler text, if there is any animal abuse? I’m kind of sensitive to animal stuff-particularly dog stuff. I want to see this, but I need to prepare myself if there is animal
First of all, I LOVED the show. Loved it! I was at Saturday’s matinee. I wondered if Groff could have been sick. I’ve never seen someone sweat so much at a show. He spit so much when he was singing. I was very close. Right up front, row B. I really thought he had to have a fever. At the start of act 2, he had a wet head-like he showered during intermission. Does he always have a wet head? I loved the show, I thought everyone sounded fa
We go to Joe Allen a lot! They are so good at getting you out on time. It’s kind of their thing. Of course, if you don’t want to feel rushed, I’d try to get in earlier. The bar might be a good option for you. You may be able to grab a spot at the bar earlier. We usually sit at the bar when we go. Everyone loves theatre and they’re all friendly. I’ve always had good experiences there.
This happened to me! I can’t remember where I bought the tickets, but I called them-either Ticketmaster or Telecharge and they helped me out. I was so worried because I needed the vegetarian option. If you don’t get through to someone, I wouldn’t worry about it. They still asked what I wanted on the day of the show. Definitely wear black though. They didn’t think my sweater was dark enough and they had me wear a black robe over my
The glaring spotlights blinded us at the tables and we could only see the backs of the actors 80% of the time. So we had to watch the screen. The actors carrying the mobile film cameras also blocked our view. Many stage sitters were ticked via their facial expressions and post-show comments to staff. I could see more from center orchestra 4th row on my first visit than I could this time & I was in 1st stage row next to sofa. Sound was sketchy &
Mmay119 said: "To me I think the ending is Tommy saying goodbye and telling him he needs to stop looking for cosmic answers because they are in him. And how he goes quiet when it's "you can always follow my voice" is saying he's not going to be there anymore to follow. Then Tommy disappears behind gnosis and showing both his career is over and Hedwig has that much more knowledge. Then Hedwig appears with his cross to show that he's whole and comple
I go alone about half the time. I prefer to go with someone, but I kind of like going by myself too. The girls at work are always shocked when I go alone. I actually find it kind of empowering. I always get a bite before the show, because I like to eat. I sit at the bar. I’m just more comfortable at the bar. I just realized I’ve never gotten a table alone at a sit down and order off the menu type place... maybe I’ll do that next time. It&r
We went back in December and I left slightly disappointed—he sounded good, but I was hoping for a couple songs from productions he’s been in. Watching last night, I liked it so much better than when I was there. Maybe because I didn’t have any expectations. He’s charming, handsome, and cheeky. Super charismatic, for sure. There was more banter that was edited out. “It Must Be Him” was my favorite of the night. I think the l
I love her!!! She’s funny, charming and personable. And of course, that voice! She’s a belter. I thought she was fantastic. Easily the best of the 4. (I went to the AR show) I can’t wait to see her take on Cher.
bearhorn said: "Just saw both parts yesterday and WOW! Part 1 (“Millennium Approaches&rdquo is a fully-realized play, but itsvery dramatic conclusion will make you want to see how everything concludes in Part 2 (“Perestroika&rdquo. And the (almost) eight hours FLEW by!"