Josh Gad Hinting a Book of Mormon Return?? Oct 18
2019, 06:52:29 PM
I agree a return to the stage production is highly unlikely. Though, I can see the two of them participating in a film adaptation. Especially if it were animation. I’d love them to do this in the same vain as Team America with the puppets.
Am I just reading too much into this post or is there an actual possibility?? If they do end up back in the show, it will be unusual to the least. It certainly wouldn’t be the same as when Matthew and Nathan went back into The Producers or when Bette returned to Hello, Dolly! I could also seem this being about them being in the film, if it were animated. https://www.instagram.com/p/B3une82nYdZ/?i
Dreamgirls in New Haven Oct 17
2019, 07:35:35 PM
Is it going anywhere else besides those three places? Literally, what is the point of this???
Dear Evan Hansen going to West End! Oct 17
2019, 07:32:55 PM
Considering, they had Canadian actors do the virtual community voices for the Toronto production, are they going to be using British actors for the West End production and do we know who is doing it?
Thoughts on Back to the Future The Musical? Oct 16
2019, 12:30:21 AM
Is there a specific reason why this is being developed in England? I feel like Back to the Future is such an American staple. I can’t imagine it being as famous over there as it is here.
I saw this version of the show when the Lyric Opera of Chicago brought it in for their Broadway series and I thought it was exceptional. It had a first class cast, full ensemble, and orchestra. Just simply brilliant and vibrant. I'm guessing the tour is a step or two below what I saw. I know this tour is coming it's way back to Chicago next summer, but I think I'm going to pass as I don't want to spoil my memory of the Lyric performance.
In the past 20 plus years. What roles do you think Ms. Andrews would have taken on had she not lost her singing voice?
MJ The Musical officially opening on Broadway Summer 2020 Oct 10
2019, 05:45:27 PM
I’m curious about Wheeldon being attached to this. Wasn’t it noted AAIP brought in other directors to do most of the heavy lifting, direction wise? I remember reading they brought Bart Sher over to Paris, due to Wheeldon struggling. Can he really be trusted with another major show like this?
JennH said: "About that...have they cancelled Matt Rodin opening night challenges? Because I haven't seen one in a WHILE. And we've had plenty of opening nights recently. That was one of the most clever things they've don and I'm sad to see it gone."
He doesn’t work for Broadwaycom anymore and it was his creation. He still does then intermittently, but not as often. His most recent one was for Freestyle Love Supreme. When are we getting the next Guettel show Oct 10
2019, 11:06:52 AM
Like the ongoing assassins revival rumor, this topic seems to get resurrected every 6 months. I think I’ll forever be angry that he and William Goldman couldn’t figure out their differences to successfully create a Princess Bride Musical.
Bad Shows vs. Being a Victim of their time? Oct 10
2019, 11:00:01 AM
To compare two different shows. Tuck Everlasting was simply a bad show. Bright Star was a victim of timing. Perhaps had they waited a season or two, they could’ve had a better shot. Just simply due to Hamilton being overwhelmingly present in the media.
CPannullo said: "It was announced that Jordan extended her stint as Jenna until November 24.Could Jordin extending until November 24mean that Sara will return after with a week or two of Stephanie Towns playing Jennain between?"