I saw it on Thursday night and, Daveed was the only principal to come out. Renee wasn't on then but her understudy came out and was very nice to people. Daveed took pics and signed autographs for like an hour so also very nice of him.
Honestly, as someone who has done the lottery once, this makes perfect sense given how crazy the lottery is. To the people upset about no more Ham4Ham shows, Lin said he and the cast would be making some videos inside to make up.
I think I can speak for a lot of people when I say the Lottery wasn't exactly a pleasant experience. I got there at 4:45 and the line had already wrapped around the building through the Mariott Marquis. After putting your name in you stand in a
So, the orchestrations sound freakin' incredible, and I was wondering if anyone had any insight of the orchestrations for Hamilton. Like how many instruments, and how do they make those rap-ish sounding beats in the theatre? I might be missing something here, but I'm just curious on what goes on down there to make it sound that incredible. No other show sounds (orchestrations wise) quite like Hamilton. God Bless LMM and God Bless Alex Lacaimore tbh...
AEA AGMA SM said: "The amount of stage time is certainly not a defining factor in the Featured Actor categories. Just off the top of my head in recent seasons you had Elizabeth A. Davis getting nominated for her rather small role in Once, and Katie Finneran winning for Promises, Promises."
Hell, people like Andrea Martin won for roles that were <10m on stage (Pippin), so Groff is definitely a contender.
"I love the show and I love the recording, except that sometimes the drumming seem overdone to me, specifically in My Shot and Satisfied, overdone to the point that it distracts me. Plus, it sounds like a drum machine, not an actual drum. Could that be? Does anyone else feel this way?"
The orchestrations on My Shot sound very "Rap Album"esque, and it doesn't really sound like sounds that could be replicated every single night. Idk if it even