bdn223 said:There is no mention of Skin color in any of the Harry Potter Books regarding Hermione....It's actually one of the thorns any of the fans have against JK Rowling for retconning Harry Potter lore and characters to make the books seem more progressive then they are. The original covers of theHarry Potter and the Prisonerof Askabanhave Harry and Hermione riding on ahippogriffon the cover and she is not black.... If it was JK Rowling's true intention for the charac
Does anyone else keep getting error #1000 after choosing a date? I've been getting this since the play opened and even if I'm still nowhere near to get to New York, I'd like to be abl to buy tickets when I eventually can
I did this with the Brazilian production of Wicked. I saw every possible person in each of the roles. I also saw every possible Valjean in the Brazilian revival of Les Mis. I think it was the only ones where I've managed that.
BroadwayConcierge said: "According to its Wikipedia page, prior to its December 2012 release,theLes Mizfilm announced most of its cast in September and October 2011. Rehearsals started in January 2012, then principal photographylasted from March to June 2012.
There's definitely still time for Wickedto be on track for its December 2019 release date, but I remaina bit apprehensivegiven how many special effects will be required for it."
Sure they are. In the Brazilian production of Wicked, one of Nessa's understudies was blonde and she was not wigged (I'm sure the lead and this u/s weren't... not so sure about the other understudy...)
Dancingthrulife2 said: "would you actually hire people from other countries and teach them a new language so they can perform in the production for a few months?"
this is exactly what happened at the Brazilian and Mexican productions of The Lion King, both directed by Taymor herself. The two productions had a number of performers from African countries, including all the women playing Rafiki
There's plenty of time for this movie to be ready before Dec 2019. Mamma Mia 2 was announced roughly one year before the release date, with cast still signing deals throughout last year. Wicked have less complicated dance sequences and we don't really know how much of CGI will be involved. If they finish filming by Dec 2018, they have more time for CGI than say, Avengers: Infinity War, which was a bit heavy on the CGI. Just because they aren't announcing every single step
How do you even rehearse with someone who will only be able to rehearse again God knows when and keep them up to the changes in the show in the minimal possibility they need to go on during previews? It's just not going to happen.
sorano916 said: "adamgreer said: "Speaking of the fandom, are people going to see this in costume? Cosplay and costumes are a big part of this fandom."
Many people had Harry Potter-theme t-shirts or scarves. I saw a good number of people with robes. There were also a handful in full costume... There were at least three Newt Scamanders around even if he's not in this storyline at all. LOL.