I saw it in Boston. I don't remember much except it was slow and boring. It was a preview so it may have been improved by the time it got to NY. It was so long ago, I'm not sure if Valerie finished the Boston run or left early. The gossip at the time was that she didn't get along with Gardner.
GreeneStreet said: "At the end of the day, it’s all opinions. You have them about Trump, and I have them about Clinton. We agree to disagree! Haha. But, In order to get through the rest of his term, fighting isn’t going to get us anywhere.
I can admit that mabye, I voted for the wrong candidate. Do I regret it? No. But if we keep fighting meaning the left and the right, we can’t progress as a nation."
Wavery is quite good with strong performances -- a bit heavy for me since it hit real close to home. Lifespan is quite funny and very timely -- also with strong performances. I have not yet seen American Son. I would say it depends on your mood.
A lot of people seem to have issues with the transitions. I thought that were very brief and they didn't bother me at all. It actually gives you a minute to digest what just happened. Would you rather see the set change?
The performances are strong overall. Elaine May was astounding. I saw my mother in her. I'm going through this right now -- it was very accurate. It was very emotional for me. This is a show not to be missed.
I was there last night. I came of age in the early 70s so I really identified with this show. I went to parties like this (not quite so dramatic) but with friends like all of the characters in the play. Was it funny? Yes. Were there some 60s lines that made me squirm a bit -- only a few -- it was not depressing at all. For the most part the play is really timeless. A lot has changed since 1968 but at the same time, many of the issues of identity and masculinity are the same today. This is an
I'm going May 7th. Gay life changed rapidly in the 70s.I can't help but wonder if this will come across as very dated or just as pre-Stonewall history. Nonetheless, with this cast and director -- it should be interesting.
givesmevoice said: "JBroadway said: "Jackson came out last, and the security guard announced that she would have a smoke break first, then greet the fans. Rather than walk down the barricades, she stayed in the front area, and everyone took their turn going to her. She was very kind and signed for everyone waiting, and took time to speakwith us as well."
For some reason I find this hilarious. SHE is receiving US.