last time we were told not to read into it that her and Kristin Chenoweths albums came out in the same week... and now there's Idina and Kristin news in the same day again. can't not read into it this time.
Bad Theater Behavior Aug 17
2019, 10:26:06 PM
Today at a "Make Believe" matinee (at which I was the youngest audience member by at least a decade), the presumably sweet elderly woman next to me spent the first 30 mins of the show trying to figure out how to work the hearing assist device she rented (I have no idea how they work either) aka high-pitched feedback, squealing, and buzzing, paired with full-voice conversation with her friend about not knowing how to work it until she finally gave up and then fell asleep. The falling asleep resul
I had no idea! I was stuck here on vacation when Sandy happened and when the buses were back up and running, it's the one thing my friend and I went out and did. It was really funny; I now consider myself lucky to have seen it!
JBroadway said: "Happens all the time. The funny thing is when you start seeing the same actors in the same places - or even weirder, when you start seeing the same actor over and over, but in lots of different places!"
My friends and I see Ryann Redmond EVERYWHERE. It's basically a running joke between us at this point. Doesn't matter where we are or how random it is - she will be there.
My most exciting unexpected moment thus far has been ste
I'm curious how you know of her but don't know what she does!
She is indeed a publicist for many actors.
She's also one of Laura Benanti's best friends; I believe that's how she got started in the business? I remember her actively campaigning on social media to get Benanti on the TV show Nashville because they both loved it so much and...it worked? I was just learning who she was, then, though, so maybe she was already a publicist then.
Slave Play Jun 21
2019, 11:11:16 PM
This thread has been a ride. I can't stop being bewildered that the writer of a play aka the person who came up with the plot, setting, dialogue, and created characters, and the director who brings that vision to life, have nothing to do with the content of the play.
What universe is this?
Mel Brooks at the Lunt! (Rush Tix?) Jun 16
2019, 11:14:29 PM
No rush tickets as far as I know; these Lunt shows aren't run by a theatrical team running a Broadway show and each one is treated differently.
For the record, Yanni was on TDF but it's unlikely you'll find discount Mel Brooks tickets.
This weekend I was channel surfing and was confused/surprised that Phillipa Soo was on my TV.
And then she turned around and started talking to Adam Chanler-Berat, who was also on whatever that show is.
Not that those are in-person experiences of course.
(I don't follow either of them on social media so the news of their casting on a TV series hadn't made it to me.)
Moana Broadway? May 11
2019, 12:57:07 AM
SomethingPeculiar said: "(And with the old entrance, I believe the billboard above the theatre had to be purchased separately if a show wanted to have their art on it.)"
You are correct!
Tony Trophy May 1
2019, 10:33:01 PM
Poconopanther said: "JSquared2 said: "You’re probably the first person to ever call it a “trophy”. What is this, a bowling tournament?"
It is a trophy! Okay...Tony Award (now it sounds like something froze the Westminster Kennel Club). What would you callit? And, do you like the little engraved plaque on the front?
It's called a statue.
What plaque/quote are you referring to? Genuinely curious; Google didn't help me