The Fox in Atlanta, like others have said, it stunning. It's an amazing space to be in, but it was a big movie palace, so there are about 4500 seats. If you have a bad seat (and there are a lot bad seats), then it can be a real pain to see a show. It's just so cavernous. But architecturally, it's a marvel.
He certainly looked too old for the part, but I thought he was phenomenal nonetheless. I am a fan of his in general, so perhaps I'm biased, but I really prefer his Danny to John Travolta's. And I hate Grease with a passion. I can't stand it at all. But I watched it for Aaron, and he did make some numbers bearable.
qolbinau said: "It's a lovely letter. However, I am very disappointed that George Takei endorses Hillary Clinton and not Bernie Sanders. Less than 3 years ago Hillary wouldn't have even supported his marriage?"
Less than 3 years ago? Did Hillary not make a "gay rights are human rights" speech 4 years ago in Switzerland?
This is slightly unrelated to the original topic, but I don't want to start another Hamilton thread, so, here's my question:
How do resale tickets work? I was trying to help a family member look for tickets to Hamilton on ticketmaster, and of course the only seats available were resale seats, some which go for over $1,000 a piece. Who sets these resale prices? The production? Ticketmaster? Or the individual who is reselling them?
Like broadwayboy said, it's just a bunch of cats running (dancing) around onstage for a couple hours for absolutely no reason, so you feel kind of ridiculous watching it. And the fact that so many people love such a thing makes it seem that much weirder. To me, it's like the Donald Trump of Broadway shows: it's absurd in the first place, so then you detest it even more when a lot of people like it.