Jordan is a very popular Gamer and he is good friends with some of the top Gamers in the world, e.g., Ninja. Gamers promoting a Broadway show is a young untapped market which could be great for Broadway and its future. Besides, Jordan has the talent and personality to make this a win for both sides.
If the show is hoping people come into town they better hope other people do not feel like me. I had tickets in DC, then postponement, then cancellation, it all left a bad taste in my mouth. A co-worker of mine had family members coming into DC for the first dates, then rescheduled them for the second dates and then it was cancelled. Neither of us have current plans to travel to NYC.
On a lighter note, several of the Toronto Ensemble members were in the Ke
I just received a letter from DC's National Theater about the cancellation of Bat Out of Hell. Here is one statement I thought you might be interested in "Because of the size and technical complexity of this spectacular musical, producers have decided to take the show directly to New York rather than tour ...."
I now wonder if the Kennedy Center should somehow communicate that scripts maybe used when advertising their Broadway Stage series. I heard several complaints about it during the intermissions so obviously there are other people who do not know it is normal. I have seen almost all of these stage shows, loved them, and cannot wait to see Tommy next.
The last two of the Kennedy Center Broadway Stage shows, Little Shop of Horrors and The Music Man, the lead actors carried and referred to the script during the show. It was a lot more prevalent during Little Shop and slightly distracting, at least in The Music Man Norm Lewis also used it as a prop so it was not distracting. I am curious, is the need to occasionally use scripts on stage normal for these type of special "Off-Broadway" stage shows.
persephone88 said: "I also got an email update today about my May tickets being transferred to a July date. No mention of row or seat number. I ordered these things the day tickets went on sale for DC and had front row Center mezzanine seats. If they have given me worse seats, I will be really annoyed."
You get the same seats that you brought in May and you are not the only one who is deciding whether to wait to see what happens or just get the money back now.
Below email from etix was received by a ticket holder in DC. It looks like it will now play DC just before going to the NY City Center.
"Thank you for your note. Bat Out Of Hell has been rescheduled. Ticket buyers should look for an email that contains details on automatically rescheduled tickets and tickets that require additional action to be rescheduled. The email should look something like this: The producers of the North American tour of BAT OU
I also saw the show this afternoon, enjoyed it and here are some random thoughts. The 1st act does need some work, trying to build the story through mostly song did not work for me. As for the opening number and introducing Beetlejuice at that time, I liked it and I thought it had to be done for the story. I was surprised on how much I liked Alex as Beetlejuice and I learned that he could really sing. The only change I would recommend is stop the scrat
This musical is coming to DC's National Theater in March for two days. I read that the show is based on the music from Foreigner and it premiered in Canada, Calgary and then Edmonton, mid August. Does anyone know how well this show was received, is it a musical, a concert or both?
At the Kennedy Center I happened to see an usher take a bribe so a women could sit in the empty premium seat next to me. I saw at least two $20 bills, and there were more bills, that changed hands. So is this bad behavior or normal?
Last Thursday I received a call from the Kennedy Center's box office telling me that my seat had been removed. The stage was heightened for this show and they realized that no one in the first row would be able to see the show. I was offered a 6 row middle orchestra seat for the price I paid for my original seat and it was a great seat. As for the the show it is worth seeing just to hear the cast sing and dance. As for the critiques I understand them but hav
I really enjoyed Snow Child, here are the highlights and a few issues (all my opinion, I am not an expert or critic). My two favorite cast members were Christiane Noll (Mabel)- Amazing Singer, Fina Strazza (Faina) - her acting in the first half was amazing, especially for a teenager. On top of that her voice was excellent. Buying tickets to Snow Child just to see them would be worth it. There is also some very impressive puppetry. The n