Anat Gov's "Oh God" (Sometimes called "O My God" has a character with autism, who I think is generally played by an actor with autism. The teenage girl who is the main character of Aditi Kapil's "Orange" also has autism. And there's a play floating around called "On the Spectrum," which has several characters who are on the spectrum.
Miles2Go2 said: "I never could get excited for Summer or The Cher Show despite admiring both subjects’ musical catalogues so I skipped both, but I’m very excited for Tina and my experience tells me to trust my gut. Usually when I see a show because I think I “should” see it (My Fair Lady; Once on This Island; Come From Away), I’m underwhelmed, but when I see a show I’m excited for (Tootsie; Spongebob; Skintight; Kiss Me, Kate, Moulin Rouge!), I hav
Isn't the issue with non-Equity tours not one of talent but of money? The tours are paying less to (some might say "taking advantage of" inexperienced people and those savings are not passed onto consumers, who rarely know they're seeing less seasoned actors and who are paying the same prices they'd pay for, say, Betty Buckley (assuming she goes on, not to open that can of worms).
John Adams said: "...and what about the advancement of technology in 20 years? Will 2-D, widescreen format still be entertaining enough? Will VR advance to a point where the current format will seem "soooo 2019"? In 2039, will audiences be saying, "Whydidn't he just deepfake it?"
Will the actors be obligated to "age appropriately", in a business where it's beneficial to always look younger than your chronological age?
Not sure what "fun, entertaining family musical" means to you but "Be More Chill" (which I didn't see) is about incels and "The Prom" has a fair amount of strong language. Having noted that, I enjoyed "The Prom" much more than I expected to: fun songs, witty book, story I cared about.
Absolutely loved every single second of this production.
1. I don't think the comment about people on the floor getting chili has been fully addressed. Everyone gets it -- or, at least, until the chili runs out (which it did Saturday).
2. It looks to me like the worst place to sit would be at would could be called the right top of the U. That's where I was and it was a bit difficult to see around the wall that's been erected there. I didn't miss a ton, but I did
GeorgeandDot said: "ljay889 said: "What turns me off from the revised version is that the fabulous Overture is cut and the score is played by a very small band. The broadway sound was superior. "
I actually kind of prefer the smaller sound of the revised version. It could probably use some brass, but I actually think it reflects the show more. I also hope we get a new production soon, but unfortunately, I'm not sure anyone could ever top Benanti and