Just a fun discussion of what we're looking forward to the most. I think these threads can sometimes offer insight into shows that I or someone else may have not heard of either! So share away! For me, if budget and timing weren't an issue, the 3 productions I'm most looking forward to are The Inheritance, Flying Over Sunset, and How I Learned To Drive. All seems like unique productions with different stories to tell. I cannot wait for any of these shows. Honorable mentions are Slave Play and Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, having never seen that one before. How about everyone else?
one word: COMPANY
My goal is to see several off-Broadway productions. I saw Scotland, PA last Saturday and loved it. Up next: The New Englanders, The wrong man, The underlying Chris and Sing Street. On Broadway, looking forward to Tina, Soldier's Play, Six, Caroline or change and maybe some other shows if discounted tickets will be available.
Slave Play (seeing it tomorrow night)The Great Society (seeing it Sept 28)... Virginia WoolfCompany
I am beyond hype for the off-B'way Little Shop. That's the only ticket I have rn but shows like Company, Virginia Woolf, Sing Street, Six, JLP, Caroline or Change and How I Learned to Drive I've been eyeing too.Edit: Also Assassins and Flying Over Sunset, there are too many productions to keep track, lolAnd if we are going for shows that are not confirmed yet, totally Secret Life of Bees. They mentioned that is going to the West End first right or is that a rumor?
CSC Assassins is at the top of my list. I know John Doyle can be hot and cold of late, but the man does wonders with Sondheim.Also excited for Unknown Soldier at Playwrights. Anything with Michael Friedman's name on it is thrilling, and I wish he were around to give us more.
I don't plan to fly cross-country to NYC again until "The Music Man" lights up Broadway. But this season here on the West Coast, I'm looking forward to the touring production of "My Fair Lady".
-Slave Play-Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf-West Side Story-How I Learned to Drive-Take Me Out-Company-Caroline, Or Change-Fires in The Mirror-Halfway Bitches go Straight to Heaven-Medea-Assassins
mailhandler777 said: "Is Six this season or next season?"It is this season. The cut off for the Tonys is April 25th and it opens a good month before that on March 12th.
Company, Jagged Little Pill and Caroline or Change!!!
I’ll fly up to see Company in the spring for sure. I’ll add Six on because I’m curious about it, and since it’s pretty short, it’s great for a matinee.Oh I forgot to add... I’m flying up in December for Little Shop! How could I forget that? Probably won’t add anything onto that trip since I’m taking my sister on her first trip to NYC.
Mike Barrett said: "Oh man, forgot about Take Me Out!!"Aw man I forgot about that, too! Thank you for the reminder! I'm definitely looking forward to that!
Six, TINA, and Caroline or Change. There are other shows I'm interested in but, from what I know now, these are the ones I have the most faith in.
Flying Over SunsetJagged Little PillSoft PowderTinaAmerican UtopiaI am not a fan of Jukebox musicals but I do want to see Tina. Kind of odd but for some reason I am not considering Jagged Little Pill to be a jukebox musical. Maybe because it is focusing on one particular recording.
SIX!!I saw a drag queen perform "Dont Lose Your Head" last night at Rockbar and i was livvvvvviiiinngggggg
YvanEhtNioj said: "SIX!!I saw a drag queen perform "Dont Lose Your Head" last night at Rockbar and i was livvvvvviiiinngggggg"Did you catch the show in Boston at all?
The InheritanceWho's Afraid of Virginia WoolfBirthday Candlesand hoping West Side Story will be good!
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