I would venture a guess that 80% of the people posting here have never even seen the stage production or if they did, did not care for it. To say that the stage production was garbage is just plain ludicrous!! The show was one of the longest running shows in Broadway and West End history ... obviously somebody thought it was good. I swear people get some perverse sense of power and pleasure from sitting anonymously behind their computer screen and trashing films, stage shows
I don't suppose we could possibly be so lucky that they would be recording this ... for a video or audio release. The proceeds could also go to the Actors Fund. I would love to be able to experience this but those of us that don't live in NY miss out on all these types of events!!
" A look behind the scenes of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical version of the classic movie 'Sunset Boulevard' starring Glenn Close. Includes Footage from the Los Angeles Production featuring Glenn Close, Alan Campbell, Judy Kuhn, George Hearn at The Shubert Theatre. Among those interviewed
I've made peace with the fact that if, indeed, a film version of ALW's SUNSET BLVD. finally does make it to the big screen it will star Glenn Close. I've never been a fan of her portrayal but they didn't ask for my my help with their casting decisions. I saw the original London production with Patti Lupone and then on a return visit the following year was lucky enough to see Elaine Paige in the role and for me she perfectly embodied the role and even looked eerily
Judging by all the comments and reactions in the trailer reviews for this on Youtube I think Disney has a winner here!! The original holds a special place in many people's hearts and nothing will ever top it but after watching this new trailer it should ease any qualms people had about it as it appears Disney has really made a conscious effort to capture the "essence" of the original. The only thing I was hoping for was a little bit more of some of the new musical numbers in thi