dangeresque49 said: "Love it or hate it just like the movie."
Yes. The film was a love it or hate it spectacle with its visual feast. There is no question that it was polarizing. Good. I have a feeling that I will love this one.
TOOTSIE Reviews May 1
2019, 08:28:03 AM
There were still no magnets being sold but the headshots were given out last night.
TOOTSIE Reviews May 1
2019, 07:52:38 AM
Saw this last night and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was very funny and Fontana does a great job. Audience members were laughing a lot too. With the Tony nominations also announced yesterday, in the scene where his manager tells him “You were going to be nominated for a Tony and I was even going to vote for you” got the cheers and the loudest and longest applause of the evening. So well deserved.
TOOTSIE Reviews Apr 24
2019, 12:27:35 AM
Glad to see all the positive reviews. Can’t wait to see this next week! Based on the earlier reviews here, I was beginning to doubt if I made a mistake buying the tickets weeks in advance. I just knew those pre-Broadway reviews couldn’t be all wrong.
Places to Eat in Times Square Aug 14
2018, 07:49:18 PM
Juniors on 49th Street was very average at best the last time we ate there. They were definitely going for bigger portion sizes (quantity) rather than quality. Enjoyed our meals more at Ippudo, which is a few blocks away from TS.
jimmycurry01 said: "It was cute. Everyone in the theater seemed to love it. There was applause, squealing, laughter, and tears heard throughout; as well as women singing along. I think everyone there had a good time."
That depends on who applauded. If it’s the same demographic who did to the latest Jurassic World film, best to stay away.
uncageg said: "I like One Schubert Alley better than Theatre Circle. Nicer people.”
I struck up a conversation with the guy working there when I stopped by over a week ago. There was another customer who he was talking to prior to me arriving. Both were very friendly and we talked about the shows currently playing in town. We also talked about how some of the merchandise for DEH changed after Ben Platt left the show.
Hamilton presale May 19
2018, 01:49:12 AM
When I was in the city over a week ago, I went to the box office to see what kind of tickets they have for a show the next evening. They offered me side orchestra seats, Row G near the aisle at regular prices. Depending on the day of the week, you may get lucky just walking up to the box office and see what they have.
ANGELS IN AMERICA Reviews May 18
2018, 10:15:52 AM
I’m adding my thoughts after seeing it over a week ago. I have not seen any version of this material (stage or film) nor was I familiar with its storyline. My expectations were high considering its cast and with Marianne Elliott as the director having previously seen her work on “Curious Incident”.
This production is spectacularly done. The staging, sound and lighting designs are beautifully done. The angel’s appearance at the end of Part 1 brought down the house. Audiences were appl
Where to sit for Once on This Island May 16
2018, 12:45:40 AM
A little too late responding but you made a great decision with those seats and buying it now. I also sat at the even 200 side and saw Lea quite a bit facing us. Saw the show the night before the Tony nominations were announced. Since then, demand has gone up. Enjoy.
Speaking of the Tony's, I saw the show the day the nominations were announced. That evening, all the signage around the theatre were already changed to reflect the Tony nominations it has gotten. It's amazing how fast those were put up.
Reply May 11
2018, 01:02:10 AM
While I wasn’t exactly blown away by TBV, I do expect it to win Best Musical and that is just fine compared to the rest of the nominees. I wish I would have liked this one a lot more. But the long pauses are just that - long. Someone said that “it felt like a play with music, as opposed to a “musical””. To me, that just sounds about right.
As others already noted, the ability to exchange will depend on the theatre. I tried to upgrade my seats to Angels In America last week for the same performances. Telecharge can't do anything (after being on hold for the longest time and a dropped call at that) and they had to contact the theatre. A day later I got an email that them saying the theatre can't do anything either. Had to resolve the situation in person at the box office. Turned out they had
Each May, the New York Drama Critics’ Circle votes on the best play, foreign play and musical of the season. This year it chose not to give a best-musical award. What’s more, the NYDCC (of which I am a member) made the same call in 2002, 2004, 2005 and 2010. To be sure, nearly all of the 19 members loved “The Band’s Visit,” but it won last year’s best-musical aw