It was alright. Mostly made me want to watch the Judy version again. I don't know how well the story actually transposes to an age where we think quite differently about relationships, substance abuse, and stardom. And opportunities are missed to examine all of that. Good lead performances, but not really that much of a script. Filmmaking is pedestrian. Hated the songs, but they're just not my style. There's something hilarious about Jackson scolding Ally for selling out and losin
THE WAVERLY GALLERY (2018) Previews Sep 29
2018, 04:19:41 AM
Just end me when the first or fifteenth thing I say upon seeing one of the legends of the entertainment industry performing on Broadway for the first time in half a century is that the scene changes took a long time.
Will The Prom flop? Sep 28
2018, 12:08:02 PM
I work in theater and see about four shows a week when I can, and I really have not heard anything about this.
Tag said: "Are we back to caring what Poutti Murin thinks?"
I'll thank you to keep that snark LIGHT.
A New Low for Bway.com? Jul 1
2018, 05:12:25 PM
They need to go. The site basically functions as a scam operation now.
Liza Minnelli / Feinstein ticket available Jul 1
2018, 05:10:44 PM
I hope she comes back to New York. I don't care if she only talk-sang through a couple numbers if so. I am not of a generation that ever got to see her perform live, and I want to be in her company and show my appreciation for what she gave on the films and recordings that did so much to shape my adolescence.
Hunchback of Notre Dame Discussion Apr 21
2018, 06:38:46 AM
The Parnell book is such a precipitous downgrade from Lapine's. The Papermill production was just atrocious, despite the involvement of several fine actors. It's a crime that Schwartz Jr.'s undergrad concept is baked into the show for its whole licensing future now. Such an exciting property, with such a long wait...it's just such a sad waste that it was sunk by nepotism.