"The ‘London’ streets – yes, even the steam railway – were built on soundstages at Shepperton Studios, Shepperton in Middlesex. Despite what you may read, the crescent used for ‘Who Will Buy?’ can't be found in London, nor is it the Royal Crescent, Bath. It was built from scratch, from designs by by Productio
re: Goldstar - is it reliable Nov 14
2007, 09:07:26 PM
I've used it several times for events in San Francisco and Los Angeles and have never had any problems.
It's been a treat having Jim Brochu and Steve Schalchlin (the origianl off-Broadway cast and writers/composers of the show) in San Francisco, and I wish they could extend the show further...but I guess they're moving it to another city.
It's a wonderful little show with HUGE heart, and lots of laughs. There's also something very special about having Ji
re: Steve Schalchlin and Jim Brochu Leaving THE BIG VOICE on 3/11 Feb 27
2007, 05:30:17 PM
I'm feeling very lucky to have gotten back to NYC to see the show last month. Steve and Jim will be missed. Do try to see the show before they leave. HOWEVER...I do feel the show will stand on it's own. There's just too much in the story itself that people can personally relate to and/or be touched by.
2 Pianos,4 Hands is another show in the same style...two peoples story, told by the two people who lived it. I saw it after the two writers had left the show...and I'm also one who usu
re: Piazzaontour.com Updated with Tour cast photos Aug 7
2006, 03:41:37 AM
BillFinn- I saw the show last night and these were the things that I believe make Elena stand out as Clara, and what Fabrizio notices. The wig does have quite a bit of blonde highlight which really shimmer, especially when you see her from the back. It's lighter in contrast to David's/Fabrizio's hair and the hair/wigs of the rest of the family. Elena's skin tone is not nearly as dark as David's and his lines about her skin being white as milk ring true as Fabrizio struggles with t
He's bad at sports and not much better at school, but Jimmy sure can draw terrific cartoons. And his dream, like that of his Uncle Lester, who writes flop Broadway musicals'is to be recognized for what he loves doing most.
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