AADA81 said: "Future Disney projects? Must there be.
I know a lot make money and keep people employed. However, the perception of Broadway as a theme park like Disneyland is real. That means the familiarity quotient for every show is emphasized, i.e., the tourist dollars that make up over 60% of ticket buyers. Healthy for business (especially the Disney juggernaut that eats up everything) but stinks for artistic endeavors. Calling O'Neill, Williams and Miller.&quo
If Jackman plays a 7 performance schedule and Rudin finds an alternate for that 8th performance, I would love to see Gavin Creel in the role. He has the relationship with Rudin, terrific chemistry with Sutton, and the charm to pull it off.
Four new musicals announced for the 2019-2020 season and we still don't have an original score!
Camp Morning Wood Jun 14
2019, 07:49:14 AM
The show had a last minute venue change from The Theater Center (selling through Ticketmaster) to the Peter Jay Sharp Theater at Playwrights Horizons (selling through Ticket Central), which is why the event is listed as cancelled on Ticketmaster.
I'm not sure how these awards work re: off-Broadway to Broadway transfers across seasons, but Michael Urie was nominated for the Distinguished Performance award for Torch Song last year. So perhaps he simply was ineligible for that performance this year.
ElphabaGoodman said: "It’s produced by Scott Rudin, who works exclusively with the Shuberts so it wouldn’t be going to the Nederlander..."
Rudin does not "exclusively" work with the Shuberts. As a lead producer, his production of The Crucible played the Walter Kerr, a Jujamcyn house. His production of The Humans originally played at Second Stage's Helen Hayes before they closed it for renovations. And he's a lead produc
JDonaghy4 said: "i obviously know nothing, but i think you might have this backward. Chavkin is long overdue, and with Oklahoma! likely winning revival, I can see them acknowledging Fish that way. Meanwhile, i think Stoker and Testa are both going to give Amber Gray a run for her money. Testa is also long overdue, and Stoker not only is winning raves, but breaking barriers. We'll see."
I've loved Chavkin's work on The Great Comet and Hadestown, but...long