Theater & Previews Nov 3
2019, 07:42:19 AM
I try to go during the last few days of previews for a few reasons: tickets are often cheaper, the show is usually frozen for the last few previews since the reviewers come before then, it's pretty much a guarantee to see the full original cast (barring illness, of course)
benfox2 said: "Here's a question, (if he comes out) do you think Jake would sign a Sunday in the Park with George CD from when he was in it? I know there's a no non-show memorabilia rule, but I wonder if he'd let that slide since it's also Broadway? I never got to see him in the role but I adore the soundtrack and would love to get that signed."
They didn't end up coming out when I was there, but the guards at the stage door told us that they woul
Valentina3 said: "Robbie2 said: "Mike Barrett said: "Reallyyyy hoping for Jessie Mueller, Patti, and Brandon Uranowitz"
Just Patti and ________________, ___________________"
Oh. Come. On."
If the number of underscores is the number of characters in the name, and it is in fact someone who has won a Tony in the last five years, it's either Celia Keenan-Bolger, Ruthie Ann Miles, or Rachel Bay Jones
Daniel M said: "I saw T. Oliver Reid as Hades on Friday, June 28, and Jessie Shelton as Eurydice on Friday, July 19. Jessie did just fine and so did T. Oliver (but Patrick Page's voice is really worth hearing live)."
Was T. Oliver Reid singing it in the same octaves as Patrick Page? Or did he go up for anything?
2019, 10:56:52 AM
bdn223 said: "Considering there are no announced musicals with original scores this season, it makes sense that Webber would want to rush this to Broadway, and pull off another Sunset Blvd Tony win. The only musicals with original scores that are currently circling Broadway areSixand Mrs Doubtfire,neither of which have the clout involved to guarantee a theater for themselves come spring, compared to Mr. Webber."
bk said: "Three and a half HOURS? How is that even possible with this show?"
Well it started more than 20 minutes late and intermission was very long, so that contributed to the length
Into the Woods tonight at Town Hall Jul 9
2019, 12:27:09 AM
I was there too, and I agree with your sentiments, Jordan! However, I was ultimately underwhelmed by Alice Ripley. But Kate Shindle, Tony Yazbeck, and Betsy Wolfe were perfection! Every time Betsy was on stage, I was also thinking that she needs to be in a full production immediately
DoTheDood said: "As an Android user, dang. I am following your Twitterfor any updates about that version. Honestly even having a list of all the shows I've seen and list of what other people have seen would be really cool to see. Hope to see more of this soon"