Blue Ridge? Jan 4
2019, 07:27:01 AM
Agreed. Marin is very good, as expected, but the play itself is a slog. It was 2hrs and 5minutes and I felt every one of those minutes. It just doesnt know what it wants to be or what it really wants to say on the issue of mental health, human connection/fragility, etc.
The Official TDF Thread Dec 28
2018, 11:14:58 AM
It is beyond frustrating that The Ferryman is up on the site for four dates, yet at the bottom it just says tickets are no longer available online. No option to purchase. Messy.
Stephen75 said: "Saw this yesterday and I found it to be stunning. What a gorgeous ensemble, all on the top of their games.
Celia winning the Tony would be richly deserved. Sometime I would just look at her and get emotional. She's appears so small but so powerful onstage, the perfect representation of a young girl and a woman looking back on her life. Some of her line readings will be forever etched in my memory. Does she have a good chance at winning? The only plays
-The Inheritance makes an early transfer this season instead of next
-Audra and Michael Shannon in Frankie and Johnny
- Sutton’s Sweet Charity finally has its moment
Plays you want to see revived in the next 10 years Oct 28
2018, 11:14:11 AM
Who’s Afriad of Virginia Woolf starring Laurie Metcalf Doubt with Laurie Metcalf I’m not sure if this would count as a revival, but they had that successful reading of Larry Kramer’s “The Destiny of Me” not too long ago with Mark Ruffalo, Ellen Barkin and Gideon Gluck. I’d love to see that get a full production
Lewiston/Clarkston Oct 16
2018, 09:01:46 AM
I’m super interested in this! I see Rattlestick does an Under30 ticket program, but can’t find any more info on it or a promo code. Anyone have any luck with this?