MannPhan24601 said: "And I still think Kelso coming back was last min. Keep wondering if David Cook was supposed to come back but things fell through from his broken hand last fall as mentioned in another thread"
Kelso coming back makes more sense anyway, as he was in the original cast.
When I saw Josh Groban and Lena Hall in Indianapolis, a lot of people stagedoored, and both performers came out. Lena didn't really stay that long, but she did go down the line and wave at the crowd (she said hi to me, but she knows me). Groban, however, went down the line and signed stuff for people, and had chats with a lot of us. He asked my name, and everything. He's such an approachable, personable man.
Look. I know Be More Chill isn't everybody's cup of tea, and believe me it is far from my favorite show of all-time. But come on...do you honestly think it's gonna flop so bad that it closes during previews or right after opening night? We'll see how much staying power it has in the long run, but I guarantee you it'll be more than that.
It makes me incredibly sad that this thread devolved into an argument, instead of just a discussion about the show. I want to second the moderator's request, because as someone to whom Anastasia means the absolute world, I really don't want to see this thread get locked.
If you don't like Anastasia, your opinion is completely valid, and you have every right to speak it.
I think at this point, we're beating a dead horse into the with this. This incident has been drilled into multiple social media platforms, and while the incident is incredibly vile, it happened on Sunday. It is now Wednesday. While it can sometimes be difficult, it's time to move on. Both of the people who were targeted have dealt with the situations in a manner they saw fit, so any chatter from us at this point is
I also agree with the person who said that she should feel that she earned the money for the show. I don't want to tell you how to raise your kid (and this certainly is not an indictment on you, as I do not know you), but it feels like these days, we're raising children in a manner of being afraid to say no to them, and make them wait for what they want. Or maybe make a plan of "If you get all A's until the end of the year, you can go in the summer." She may have been be
Theatrefan2 said: "Since the seats are so expensive I do not think its such a wise idea. How can she enjoy not talking and sharing her thoughts at intermission or after the show with her parents? In NY balcony seats are at least $299 if it is a hardship to pay for 2 tickets I definitely think that much for an 11 year old to attend alone is not the right decision. Certainly not showing her the value of money what will she want next. Just being real.