Keala Settle played her last performance in Waitress on October 19 with Charity taking over the role. However, yesterday when pictures were posted of Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron attending the show, she was pictured in costume with Jessie and Caitlin. Does anyone know what happened, has she rejoined the cast? I checked her Twitter and she posted a couple times this week that she was 'back in the diner'.
Julia Knitel who understudied Carole (and was supposed to be phenomenal!), just left the Broadway production about two weeks ago. Hmmmm. I wonder if she may be the new tour Carole? The timeline would make sense.
Clyde, I went last night and while I wasn't part of the standing ovation I was certainly clapping loudly for (to me) the sheer power of their voices. They were hitting some amazing notes, effortlessly, and I think our crowd went nuts over that power and not necessarily the song itself.
PJPAN, I was there last night too. I feel like it was a mixture of both for me. I thought their voices were beautiful but also was effected by the events on stage (wont'
I loved the show at Papermill but still agree that they are making the right choice to wait until next season and take time revise. It also wouldn't be smart to have the show compete with Hamilton since Andy would be involved with both.
On the way home, will write a full review later. I'll say for now though, that I absolutely loved it. The show ran just under 3 hours. Yes, there may be a little that could but trimmed but it was still wonderful with a great plot that kept me on the edge of my seat. Stargazer, I had a much different audience at my performance tonight. Everyone around me was very responsive and saying how much they enjoyed the show. I overheard patrons saying they "expected raves once i
Seeing it tonight, will have a full review! My friend that works at Papermill said first preview was wonderful, lovely story and that Corey was phenomenal. She also said there was a standing ovation at the end!
As the other poster said, definitely worth calling as most shows have wait lists.
What show is this for? Most shows have press and artists ticket holds. Usually if all are not used those tickets will then be released to the general public in the days leading up to the concert as well as day of.