I know these posts can be annoying but I’ve gotta make a tough decision. I’ll be visiting NYC October 12/13 and can see two shows. I’ve already got tickets for Oklahoma but I’m not sure what my other show will be. I don’t get to go to NY often so keep that in mind. I like straight plays but I have yet to see one on Broadway. These are the options I was between and basic reasons as to why I’m considering. I really just want the most bang for m
Musicals that you want to see as movies Jul 22
2018, 10:41:23 AM
Follies and Miss Saigon (obviously), but so far no one’s mentioned Fun Home which, I think with the right team, would translate very well on the screen.
The Band’s Visit Bag Policy Jul 14
2018, 06:44:45 PM
I’m seeing TBV tomorrow (super excited!!), but after reading about people getting their bags taken up the Moulin Rogue thread, I was wondering, can I take a drawstring backpack with clothes in it into the theater with me?
I’m looking for some great plays with strong books that make for good reading. I’ve read Our Town and am planning or reading The Glass Menagerie, but I want to expand past the standards. I don’t have a preference on genre, but I’m a sucker for small cast character exploration. Any suggestions?
As a matter of fact, ages be damned, I'd love to see the entire "The Good Place" cast do this one, with Bell as Elle, Jameela Jamil as Vivian, Ted Danson as Callahan, William Jackson Harper as Emmett, Manny Jacinto as Kyle and D'Arcy Carden as Paulette. NBC, are you listening?"