I mean, what do you expect from a non-eq tour that was pretty crappy when it first started a couple of years ago. This barely bus & truck tour is running off of the 'Anniversary' angle, attempting to cash in as much as they can with a very, very young cast.
phan24 said: "HunterK said: "....I do enjoy Head Over Heels more than others, and I wondered how a female would tackle this role, well she played it so androgynous and than brought “Vision of Nowness” up an entire octivw with riffs that you so well thought out!”
FYI, your wording is offensive, perhaps better worded would have been:“how a non-trans woman (or cis-woman) would tackle this role,” since Peppermint is a woman.&quo
The same thing happens on airplanes. America has no self-control and everyone is now expected to accept obesity as the new normal. It's not.
I'd have bolted and talked to the house manager about swapping for another performance. A fat person should realize how tightly packed broadway houses are and pick their seat accordingly. If you know you're going to spill into the seat next to you, go the Southwest Airlines route and buy two seats.
If you've got tickets to one of her upcoming symphony dates, this is nearly the identical show you're going to see. I saw her a couple of weeks ago in Dallas and aside from Groff and Roberts, that was her show.
Her encore was Gimme, Gimme. And while the audience loved it, I felt she's now employing a wide variety of vocal tricks to get the song out. It's not balls-out belting like it used to be.