Bway Baby, I agree re: Lehman and no cooperation re: ticketmaster. I can't see going on April 15. Wouldn't they have to rehearse after being out all this time. I tried to select "sell these seats," but it didn't allow me to, yet that show had alot of resales prior to 30 day cancellation.
Anyone know Lehman Trilogy status? I have ticket for April 15th. Ticketmasters' chat said they had no word on whether it would resume after April 12. Hard to believe Cuomo would want the city back in action while it's struggling with virus inflicted.
Jo, wrote in part: "If conditions permit...and they can open THE MUSIC MAN, at the very least during Thanksgiving Week -- that is going to resonate very much with audiences...I can just imagine what the audience reaction will be if they start singing/playing "SEVENTY SIX TROMBONES"! A very triumphant feeling, after what America might have gone through, by that time!"
Saw the D.C. Kennedy Ctr MM production Feb. 2019 w/Norm Lewis,
Miles, none of this would've been prolonged if you just addressed the thread's intent to seek Adrienne Warren's updated schedule instead of childishly trolling it, this thread would've ended with anyone offering updated info or schedule unknown.
I received the info I needed from the theater House manager. Rumors had been flying that she cut back her schedule considerably. Not so.
I guess no one pays attention to posters. ACL2006 posted within the last week. Bottom line, I'm trying to get an update to Adrienne's schedule. If you know that Miles and Garrett, that would be helpful.
I saw Nikkei & Adrienne. Night and day. I left at intermission w/Nikkei performing. She screamed her songs. Warren did not.
On Nov 21, I had the misfortune of 3 understudies in the leads. Saw it again with the main leads. Much better.
I noticed when Gideon Glick filled in for 1 or 2 weeks for Jonathan Groff, the playbill was modified to show Gideon playing Seymour. There was no white insert for him. Perhaps patrons are griping enough that playbill is now al
Rain wasn't an issue for the problems with show overall. The gimmicks are.
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The only exception was the kind gentleman (tall) at the BO who told me about Warren's injuries & uncertainty when she would return. He suggested I come back. His coworker was a problem. But that theater has a rep for theater staff having an attitude. Some attributed it to theater management.
I guess I wasn't far wrong. I just read the NY Times review from Nov. The critic said it was more of a concert than a musical, criticizing the book but gave glowing reviews on Warr
"This production sounds like such a mess...." per Hot Pants.
Yes it is. Show is awful. Needs serious editing. Rain wasn't a problem, but the manner in which it was produced was. Ivo...figure out whether you're doing a live musical or a movie. The hybrid was a joke. I saw Network 6 times & even that interaction of video/live wasn't as bad as this mess.
If they advertise it heavily, then honor a ticket exchange if the lead isn't there. The house manager said to write to the producer's address on the ticket. No such info on the ticket. I bought my ticket 2 months in advance only to have the top 3 leads out for the night. And no, I don't want to pay for understudies in all 3 leads:Tina, Ike, & child. And no, her understudy was not that good. Even theater workers said to give it another try because Andrienne doesn'
If you get there early, you should. I've seen the show 4 times, once at 10p. The surprise guests normally don't appear at the 10p. That show is generally just the standard cast pictured in the playbill. It's still entertaining. Lin Manuel was at the 8p show last night. Spike Lee in the audience.
Network stage door Jun 4
2019, 01:37:39 PM
Bryan will, Tony and Nik do, rest crapshoot. Many supporting cast come out but go home bc Bryan is major draw