Can we start speculation for a summer/fall 2020 transfer of this NOW? For Timo's Broadway debut? My gay heart can dream...https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Eileen-Atkins-and-Timothe-Chalamet-Will-Lead-4000-MILES-at-The-Old-Vic-20191120
I honestly don't see him as Leo but I know he can CHANGE MY MIND.Eileen, though. What a perfect role for her! I can't believe this hadn't happened sooner.
Damn. I might have to extend my trip.
Jordan Catalano said: "I can’t find anywhere how long the run is. This starts 3 days after I’m leaving London in April and not sure if it’ll be running when I’m back in June. "From an article I read, it sound like it is only a 7 week run!! Not getting to Broadway, I suspect, unless Chamalet can commit to more time...although Jake G apparently has gotten people to invest in a couple of short-runs.
Chalamet is taking a year off from film. I thought it was originally a year off from acting in general, but clearly not the case although this may be all he does. Man, id DIE for a Broadway transfer of this. It'd be awesome seeing him on stage. Had the pleasure of meeting Timmy once, super charming and kind as you would hope/expect. Hope nothing but the best for the guy
Jordan Catalano said: "I can’t find anywhere how long the run is. This starts 3 days after I’m leaving London in April and not sure if it’ll be running when I’m back in June. "I'm luckily there all March and April. Such great theatre promised. The new Stoppard plus two Caryl Churchill revivals along with many others!
Jordan Catalano said: "I already have my tickets for the new Stoppard. And I was wrong, I can actually catch a preview of this show as long as tix are available for the one performance I can make, when they go on sale to the public."I have the Stoppard, City of Angels, The Doctor, and waiting for 4000 Miles to go on sale next week. Am wondering about three at the National: The Visit, Manor, and Jack Absolutely Flies.
I will hopefully soon have Visit as well as The Doctor tickets. The Boyfriend too. Saw this City of Angels at the Donmat a couple years ago and was not impressed beyond Rosalie Craig. But the chance to see her sing "It Needs Work" again might make me sit through it another time..What is fantastic about London is how inexpensive ticket prices are, especially the usually more interesting Fringe and off West End. I was there for about a month-and-a-half this fall and saw four shows a week, and even with the exchange rate I managed to pay only (approximately) $130 each week for all four.
I was on the site before the on sale time, but still drew #5191 in the queue... hope I can stay awake til it's my turn. And that I get a turn.
I was trying on both my phone and my computer. I was over 5000 on my phone, but somehow managed 700 when I refreshed my computer page.
So I just bought tickets via Today Tix because it was easy and I was starting to get worried about availability of good seats - an hour and a half in line at the Old Vic's site, and the bar representing my place in line has only moved like a third of the way over.
Danielle49 said: "I woke up late and have been in the queue for half an hour, without moving up in the line at all. Wonder if their server’s pooped out."Your place in line number doesn't change, it's just the little bar above it that gets bigger.
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