Yes, it’s a Scott Rudin Broadway musical revival, as early as next season is correct!
THE CAKE - Manhattan Theatre Club Feb 26
2019, 10:03:04 PM
I saw it last week and completely agree with the above posters, this show is a gem and I’m surprised there isn’t more buzz about it. I laughed and cried and the performances are just top notch.
If you can go, I highly recommend doing so!
(I think Debra Jo Rupp would make a great Hillary Clinton on stage, maybe in the future!)
Next Live Show Feb 6
2019, 12:27:42 AM
An idea that may not be too far from reality: Legally Blonde Live! with Dove Cameron
Just finished listening and sadly its nothing special. It is a studio recording, but odd. During some songs I thought somehow I had started playing the latest revival recording so I had to check my phone to be sure. The orchestrations and vocals dont seem like anything new or exciting was attempted, so theres no reason to listen to this over the 2011 revival.
With that said, I DID love this production on film and consider it as good as the 2011 revival.
Dave28282 said: "Very well said John Adams, you explained the situation perfectly.
I also think we are really running out of victories, poccan be found in everything,so there comes a point when insisting that one race is inferior is no longer appropriate. I think Glinda was the last role on Broadway that just didn't happen to have a diverse casting yet. After this, what's next? Is it really only a victory when every role in existence is played by every race?I hope
Islander_fan said: "JSquared2 said: "To borrow Hogan's oft-used phrase, There. Are. No. Rules. Go to the actual box office. If it's an underperforming show, they may very well allow you to past date. If it'sMockingbird, orDear Evan Hansen, then probably not. Last week I pastdated a TodayTix ticket. But no one on this board can give you an accurate response. Go to the box office."
qolbinau said: "everythingtaboo said: "HeyMrMusic said: "It’s rare that a person of color gets the opportunity to play a character that doesn’t have race as part of their story arc, especially the title character in one of the biggest hits in recent years, so this is absolutely something to celebrate."
Perfect answer, thank you.
And I'm very excited that the producers have learned and are promising to be race-blind in
THE FERRYMAN Previews Oct 2
2018, 02:33:08 PM
Rush report: I walked to the box office at 10:10am this morning and there was no line and had no issues getting rush tickets. They’re “partial view” in the orchestra far sides or I overheard someone got mezzanine as well. Will report!