'It's a HERB, that's suPERB, for disTURBances at sea,'
re: Amy Winehouse as Fanny?? Jul 23
2011, 09:24:17 PM
'Rehab' was actually written as a joke. Whether it's based in truth or not, Amy wrote it in good humour. And that Amy should be the one we remember.
What was wrong with HIGH FIDELITY? Jun 30
2011, 10:39:46 PM
None of what everyone's mentioned (marketing wise, theatre wise) would have mattered if the show was actually good. Which it wasn't. Some of the songs are ok (I'd have loved the opening number if it wasn't 4 minutes too long), but really, apart from the set (Which was incredible), the show was a long, tired, unmemorable bore. Considering just how lively the cast recording is, you have to have seen it to appreciate what a dull night at the theatre it actually was.
SCENE CHANGES May 20
2011, 07:57:30 AM
There is definitely such thing as a 'stage crew', but I think these days more and more of the work is done pre-production in order to maintain a more fluid, actor-based show.
Patti as Glinda of course. Can you imagine what she could do with popular?
Question About The Accents In Priscilla May 3
2011, 12:42:56 AM
As an Australian, I'm just gonna go ahead and say that there is something incredibly false about all the accents in the show (Sheldon included). They're just a bit exaggerated really. However, I found Swenson's to be among the most believable, if we're comparing it to how us Australian's actually talk, rather than the gross queeny slur that permeates most of the characters.