MR stage door will definitely be pretty packed, especially during previews/around opening... however I doubt it will ever be anything similar to Brendon @ KB.
It'll be packed, but not to KB levels, at least based on what Boston was like; it was crowded, but not a madhouse. Not sure if that's just because the stage door isn't a huge thing during tryouts or the fact the Colonial's stage door is down a sketchy alley. Aaron was a little hit-or-miss on when he came out, but that may change for the Broadway run.
When I went to the pre-Broadway in Boston the stage door was very crowded and extended all the way down the alley and into the street. Easily 2-300 people there. I imagine Broadway will be similar and honestly I do think it could reach Brendan Urie levels.
dramamama611 said: "Stage door out of town can never be used as a barometer for what will/did happen in Broadway."ahem on that. Stagedoor at the london tryout for Hadestown was 12 people, the majority leaving halfway through. Stagedoor on broadway was 6-7 people deep and a fight broke out
Theatrefanboy1 said: "Oh gosh 2-300. exactly what I was hoping not to hear. Was hoping to check it out in November. And was hoping to meet Aaron tveit if I had the chance. But crazy stage doors always discourage me."Does Aaron Tveit draw that kind of crowd? Years ago, when he was in Next to Normal, the stage door that night had about 5 people. When he came out, no one but me said anything to him and he engaged me in a conversation. Really friendly. I guess his stardom has grown since then.
I've stage doored at Moulin Rouge three times, and Aaron didn't come out any of the three, unfortunately. Karen came out twice.
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