It took this subject four pages for the always warm and welcoming appearance of the argument "pointing out race issues is the core of racism", I guess this is a win for broadway world, congrats.
Jessica Vosk- Anita Video Dec 6
2018, 04:08:36 PM
If it was a concert and not the whole production, why did she need the accent? I don't get it.
And don't blame the generation for these things. People inclyding all of you have been cranky and opinionated towards others since the Big Bang, you only had no internet and fake accounts to put it out there before.
Sometimes people see on the internet 10-20 people arguing about something idiotic, and the response here is so dramatic that it makes you think that the first argument was some sort of consensus. It was not, it's been a small percentage of people who have said that and the world's still normal... chill out people...
JBroadway said: "CallMeAl2 said: "Seven years is much to small a sample to say anything. Go back 20 or 30 years and tell me what you see."
True, but I think 7 years is a good sampling of time to point out RECENT trends. The OP may correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems like this thread was not intended to discuss the entire history of the Tonys, but rather what this recent pattern says about Broadway as it is today.Â
Have you guys noticed that, once again, the Tony winner for the Best Actress in a Musical comes from a revival (Hello, Dolly!) whereas the Tony winner for Best Actor in a Musical comes from a new musical (Dear Evan Hansen)? It happened last year with Cynthia Erivo (revival of The Color Purple) and Leslie Odom Jr. (Hamilton) AND the year before with Kelli O'Hara (revival of The King and I) and Michael Cerveris (Fun Home).
I went on to find similar cases and found out that, at th