Recent and future shows: 1/12/14 - Twelfth Night // 1/19/14 - Waiting for Godot // 2/22/14 - Stones in His Pockets (Baltimore) // 3/8/14 - Sweeney Todd at Lincoln Ctr // 5/17/14 - Cripple of Inishmaan // 5/31/14 - Phantom of the Opera // 6/7/14 - Cabaret // 6/22/14 - Macbeth (at Armory) // 7/20/14 - Hedwig and the Angry Inch // 1/11/15 - The River
I was reading the article about LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE in London, and it sounds like an awesome production. Has anyone heard any rumblings of it making it to New York? Or feels strongly that it will? I would love to see it and can't quite swing a trip to London just now...
I'm so happy to see SUSAN BROWN nominated for Best Featured for Angels in America. She was one of my favorite parts, I thought she gave each of her characters the perfect touch. I'll have my champagne ready on Tony Nite, just in case
I saw the 'marathon' on a Saturday from Row L (14th row I guess), and then went back 3 weeks later and saw Part 2 from Row BB (AA wasn't available). It was a completely different experience - there is nothing like seeing this production and this cast from so close up. I'm trying to figure out how to get back again. BB was perfect, I can't imagine AA was any less perfect
I asked at the theatre about a large 'souvenir' program - the woman said they weren't in yet, but that when they were I could get one at CREATIVE GOODS MERCHANDISE. I haven't tried looking for the website yet to see how I make out. Good luck
I saw it Sunday. I was a big fan of the Broadway production a few years ago, and while this one was good (I loved the set) for me it didn't compare. I'm not sure Matthew Broderick was right for Mr Lockhart, I didn't feel even a quiet menace from him. I am very interested to hear what others thought of it
Thank you for all the help :) I booked BB 106, which appears to be dead center, and from another response sounds like it may be the front row (tho it looked like 2nd on the seating chart). It is an extravagance CoercedBull - but it is a once-in-a-lifetime production. I love this cast. And the chance to see their facial expressions from so close is worth a month of eating soup :) I wish you could see it again as well
Hello - I saw AiA from Row L over the weekend, but I want to go back and see it closer. I thought the stage looked pretty high - can anyone comment on whether the second row (BB) or the third (A) can see the whole stage, or do you miss things that are farther back?
movie trailer with Mark Rylance during the commercials -- very excited !!!
Actors You Want to See Come to Broadway! Nov 27
2014, 10:24:18 AM
Philip Quast (tho he did finally come to NYC for Sweeney Todd at Lincoln Center - O Happy Day :) ) Brendan Gleeson Benedict Cumberbatch
Cast Recordings from 2013-2014 Season Jul 13
2014, 06:20:42 PM
I know that the NY Philharmonic SWEENEY TODD is scheduled to air on Live From Lincoln Center this fall -- would you expect that that means a DVD and/or CD would be available of it also?
I keep watching Amazon to pre-order it, but so far I'm not seeing it
The River Jun 16
2014, 12:36:36 PM
I booked my ticket just after midnite this morning -- tho I started at 12:01 and didn't actually get a ticket till almost 01:00. I kept getting kicked out with error messages from Telecharge, even after I'd put in my credit card info, and then had to wait for the ticket I wanted to be released
I found a half-decent seat (single ticket) in Row E in January, which I booked, and one I didn't take in December in Row C (far to the side). Other than those 2, it was Row F or back, just a
TWO-CHARACTER PLAY Previews Jul 21
2013, 12:16:55 PM
I saw this yesterday, and I loved it. The couple on one side of me left at intermission, the couple on the other side was just as mesmerized as I was, and we were still discussing it after when they asked us to leave so they could close
I thought Amanda Plummer and Brad Dourif did an INCREDIBLE job -- their lightning-fast changes of mood were WOW, and I totally believed their emotions (which gets tricky, since the