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Rosies Bum Rap: In Defense of Taboo - time.com

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TEACHEROFTHEATER
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http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,545479,00.html

I think Rosie is just sensational. If Taboo does not last very long on Broadway, I suspect it may have an afterlife somehow.

I wish Rosie luck and hope she brings another production to the boards soon.
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Gothampc
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I didn't like the "bum rap" aspect of this article. Broadway producing is a gamble. Even the best of them have had ups and downs. It's just a part of business.
If anyone ever tells you that you put too much Parmesan cheese on your pasta, stop talking to them. You don't need that kind of negativity in your life.
Kristie-K
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Opening a show on Broadway is a big risk.....Rosie loves Broadway and has the money....She has alot of passion for this show....Best of luck to her and Taboo.......What a wonderful thing to have all the money you want and go for your dreams...Life is short....You go Miss Rosie...
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Even thought Rosie may not be my favorite person, I feel bad for the bad rap that her show is getting. I know how much work a cast and crew puts in to a show, and it's tough when critics and audienes don't respond positively. So even though I'm not rushing to get my "Taboo" tickets, I still with them luck.