The Six Worst Types of Theatergoers Jul 22
2011, 05:13:44 PM
My mother and I (both vertically challenged) were at La Cage a year or so ago. A man, who was at least 6'5" went to sit down in front of us, turned around and said "Oh no, this won't work." His entire party then rearranged seats just so he wouldn't be in front of us.
While being tall doesn't deserve to be on that list, we could not stop thanking him. There is no way either of us would have been able to see if he hadn't had moved.
There are some good people out there folks.
Jerusalem: I Don't Think I Got It? Jul 18
2011, 02:25:04 PM
After seeing the show and reading the play, I feel that it was more of a study of characters than anything else. We got to know and understand these people, their relationships, their interactions. I really feel as if the play was effective in giving us a snapshot into their lives. I was completely enthralled the entire time and I'm trying to get back there before it closes.
Broadway On Broadway Jul 2
2011, 10:39:31 PM
Its usually the Sunday after Labor Day, but this year that date is September 11th. I can't imagine they are going to have it on the 10th anniversary.