I had an audition for Fame the musical today and felt really confident and thought it was one of my best auditions. I'm really hoping to get Serena, but callbacks are tomorrow and I still haven't heard back. What does this mean?
In actually pretty excited. I love Laura and Corey a lot, so im glad they'll be back on the great white way. I didn't get to see it, but I heard it needed some work, so hopefully waiting a year will give them time to clean it up so it does well in Broadway.
I hate when people use "I payed money to see this I can do whatever I want" as an excuse. These actors have worked so hard, and your completely ignoring what their doing and saying what you're doing is more important than a show they've spent years working on. UGH
An offer came up all of a sudden for fame the musical in 4 days and I've decided to take it. Most of the shows on my resume are "soft shows" (shrek, suessical, beauty and the beast), so I want to do a song from a edgier show for the audition. I'm a second soprano and I'm thinking about doing mama who bore me, but I was wondering if you guys had any better suggestions.
I never got to see the show, so I'm really happy they're releasing a cast album. I was really hoping it would move to Broadway because, after watching the movie religiously, I always thought it would be a really good show. But, having never seen it, it may be a good thing it's not going to Broadway.
I'm going to assume that everyone on this board has scene both costumes. They're both built similar (can't see the face, full body costumes, inanimate objects), and they both tap dance. The song that has the eggs, something rotten/make an omelette, is full of refrences to other musicals. If it's not, just say no, don't be a jerk about it. We're all here because we love theatre.
I was watching the taping of billy Elliot and was wondering if the dancing omelettes in something rotten were a reference to the dancing dresses in expressing yourself. I know something rotten had a lot of references too musicals, but I wasn't sure if that was one of them.
I finally finished watching smash and I personally loved it. While some of the ransoms breaking out into song was awkward and the first season was only ok, I thought it was good and shouldn't have been cancelled. *SPOILER ALERT* I also thought Kyle's death in season 2 was the saddest tv death in a while, so why was that so hated too? *END OF SPOILER ALERT* Was it really that bad?