It seems like there is a move to revise and tighten the show. I saw it a few weeks ago at George Mason University in Virginia. Since I'd never seen the original I have no idea how much this new iteration differs from the original. The article indicates they are hoping for a London production in the near future. https://dcmetrotheat
A Chorus Line - Signature Theatre Nov 5
2019, 12:23:07 AM
Signature also has great $25 student tickets. Very seldom do I pay full fare for a ticket there...as long as I plan ahead. Additionally they have day-of rush tickets too. However I am NOT a fan of their bar stool seats on the back row of the balcony.
little_sally said: "ACL2006 said: "I do wonder if this will tour. Either way, be prepared for every high school and community theater to do this as soon as the rights are available."
Haven't the rights always been available, even during the Broadway run? I thought I read somewhere that the producers kept them available and there's even been regional productions while it was on Broadway."
The show is back on......but being delayed for 2 weeks to make up for lost rehearsal time. It's being given a PG-13 rating to inform audiences. Additionally, actors performing in the show must have a signed permission slip from parents. AND they are making the script available for folks to read before the show if they want more info about the content.
Several great choices from Be More Chill and The Prom. I know that Be More Chill also released a karaoke version of their accompaniment tracks which would be easy to use at a Cabaret. You could definitely consider all of Natalie's songs in Next To Normal. American Idiot might work too; as well as Dogfight (even though we don't know Rose's exact age).
ps - Last 5 years isn't really teen. It's more 20s angst.
disneybroadwayfan22 said: "I’m so thrilled for Adrienne, Rachel and the K&I cast.
Are Hadestown and Heathers not eligible for some reason?Such a shame about Waitress missing the deadline. I really hope Katherine, Marissa and Jack are remembered because so many more shows will be opened long then and they won’t be there next year"
AMAZING GRACE is amazingly still at it... Feb 19
2019, 11:11:05 AM
I’ve seen some local ads for technical jobs in recent weeks. Tickets are on sale now. Looks like they’re trying to tap the peak tourist season in DC performing 5 show weekends.
CATSNYrevival said: "I liked the title Little Dancer better."
absolutely a better title . I wonder what precipitated the change? Confusion with Elton's "Tiny Dancer"? But Marie is awfully generic. It's not an iconic name like Evita or even Amelie . I saw that Tiler Peck is back in the lead role after having also done it at the Kennedy Center; as are a number of the other folks from that cast.
It depends on the age of your kids. I went with a high school kid and was totally comfortable. My kids were more uncomfortable sitting next to me in Book of Mormon than Beetlejuice (at ages 16 and 18). I'd probably give the DC version a SOLID PG-13 rating...but they may be toning that down some before opening on Broadway. It would make good commercial sense, IMO, if they got to more of a PG level. It's not nearly as clever or funny as Book of Mormon in its DC t
SomethingPeculiar said: "Into the Woodsfor the Sondheim? They did it last in '06. The list of actors doesn't feel right forMerrily.
"a 60s rock musical that broke the mold and inspired chart-topping hits" sounds like Hair, but that seems too obvious?Bye Bye Birdieis considered to be the first musical to utilize rock music, but it's not really a "rock musical.""