kennedy_rose said: "ggersten said: "A local theatre is still open - today - but in an email noted that there have been requests to stream the production if people are not attending. Production licenses currently bar such an option but the theatre was looking into it. I do wonder if the Broadway League (or individual productions) would consider a pay-per-view system of viewing Broadway shows. BUT, such an option is fraught with questions and issues - just one to be re-shown o
poisonivy2 said: "Our school spent a s__tload on Yondr pouches. It was going to be the magic pouch that took away the "students using phone in class" problem.
Within a few hours students had figured out how to break the pin magnet. The ones that didn't want to jimmy the magnet simply brought an old phone and put it in their pouch and continued to use their phones throughout the school day.
Now piles of those Yondr pouches sit in the office. Biggest
gibsons2 said: "EthelMae said: "I have no interest in this show but if I did, how could you purchase tickets to it if9 times out of 10 the lead was out? Same over at WSS according to this chat line.
Didn’t happen with Merman, Midler, Murphy, Peters (in Dolly anyway), Lansbury, LuPone (at least my experience)."
Well, the role of Tina is very taxing physically. It's a two hour extreme workout on top of the singing. When I saw Warren in
Dove Cameron in The Light in the Piazza... ? Mar 23
2019, 02:22:56 AM
Keep in mind that Celia Keenan-Bolger, who is also a belter, originated the role in the out-of-town tryouts. They were obviously going to someone a bit more "on the nose," but the score wasn't written for this Bel Canto style soprano. Kelli O'Hara herself pulled her technique back a bit seemingly.
bbroadwaybb said: "A very small fraction of Jews in the US are African-American. Mark is representative of Jonathan Larson. There are also white women who speak spanish,live in hispanic neighborhoods, and evencome from spanish speaking countries,but it would be extremely offensive to cast a white woman as Mimi and then justify it by saying white women speak spanish too."
ScottyDoesn'tKnow2 said: "Chita Rivera was about fifty years old when she didThe Rink. That should probably guide us in making our casting decisions. Just from bits and pieces of The Rink I've seen on YouTube, it looks like Chita did quite a bit of dancing as well. I guess howcould they not choreograph some numbers when they had Chita Rivera in the role.
S394206H said: "In terms of pure physicality, Spongebob is a pretty demanding role. The amount of upper body strength you have to have to do that entire volcano scene is insane- it's no wonder Ethan Slater's arms look likethat. I know he's also spoken in interviews about having to do contortion training and gymnastics as well to make sure he can fully embody a cartoon character the way he does. I know it's definitely not up there in terms of emotional/vocal s
2018, 02:38:32 AM
Bailey Hanks vs. Autumn Hurlbert was the original Karen Cartwright vs. Ivy Lynn.
I miss this show and I wish someone would try this concept again. Who knows how many little careers this single show sparked. It certainly lit up these boards for a time. It's how I found the place initially. (Autumn Hurlbert is still has a divine voice and needs a Broadway shot. She's right for so many things now.)
It's probably never going to happen again considering how serio
“I think it’s very sad what happened to him. Kevin is such a talented and a terrifically gifted actor, and it’s so sad. It’s such a shame,” Plummer told Vanity Fair at the premiere of his latest film, The Man Who Invented Christmas, in New York on Sunday. “That’s all I can say, because that’s it.”
I wouldn't be shocked if Ben Platt receives a percentage of gross due to the nature of his role, his status as a Hollywood actor, and the length of time he's been attached to the role. That would only be speculation. We have no idea what Plat's contract entails.