I'm curious to see how this impacts Broadway. If this is successful, will they retool the show? Develop a sequel show? Time will tell.
I wouldn't think they would retool the show at all. Aladdin and The Lion King both have sequels and neither were re-tooled. Tarzan and The Little Mermaid also had sequels. Those were all direct-to-video and this is a theatrical release, but I don't know that it matters.
Indianapolis has two theatres that Broadway in Indianapolis visits... Clowes Memorial Hall (2,096) and Murat Theatre (2,500) both pretty average size for touring stops.
In a nearby drive (about an hour each, different ways), we also have a few other college auditoriums that host tours for one or two day stops. IU's Auditorium in Bloomington with a capacity of 3,154 sometimes with an extra 46 seats in the orchestra pit. Ball State's Emens Auditorium with 3,581. And Pu
Izzyx12 said: "I know Sara and Gavin go to sign but I havent seen them take any selfies with anyone. Are you allowed to ask them for selfies?"
Saw the evening show on 1/13 (the day of the awful audience member during She Used to Be Mine), Sara didn't come out. Gavin did and was super sweet with everyone, but like mentioned above, he said he wasn't taking pictures that night.
It's really up to you! I think the cabarets are fun, but I have a hard time choosing one over the show since I live out of town. 1) I get frustrated with the ticket price + food/bev minimum (and it's hard to hit the minimum exactly...) 2) I think I have a better chance of seeing someone's cabaret again at a later time (or a different city) but am not always sure I'd be able to catch the show again. Especially a limited run or an off-broadway show. With that, I usuall
everythingtaboo said: "RWPrincess said: "I wonder if Disney did this or if the actors left by choice. Looks like I'll just miss them as I'm seeing this on Feb 9."
I'll be a year next month that the show started previews, so it's about the time the cast starting turning over. I'm sure as with most actors, they want to move onto something new, I can't imagine Disney forcing anyone out that doesn't want to go."
I'm traveling to nyc the 29th-2nd and am trying to rush for a bunch of shows. I am planning on going to the Mean Girls line right away. Do you think i'll have a chance to get a rush ticket if Iarrive Saturday around 8:30/9 or should I come on the Sunday earlier? Also do they let you pick if its for the matinee or the evening show? Thanks!!"
Not sure about the line times, but if you are in line for a
Rushed Saturday 8/18. Arrived at 8:05am and was 20th in line. There were about 30 people in line by 9 and probably close to 40 by box office opening.
We did get rush tickets and so did the few people behind us. Our seats were right orchestra, row A, seats 2 and 4. Marked partial view. They were off to the side obviously and like previous posts the stage is HIGH. I’m 5’11” and usually don’t have trouble but there was a few moments I couldn’t see. M