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New Merrily Pro-Shot?
 Jun 13 2024, 12:54:09 PM
In New York for a brief trip and can see Merrily either Friday or Saturday evening the 21st or 22nd. Is either one more likely to have all 3 leads?
MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Reviews
 Jun 13 2024, 12:53:11 PM

In New York for a brief trip and can see Merrily either Friday or Saturday evening the 21st or 22nd. Is either one more likely to have all 3 leads?


Artificial Intelligence in the Theatre
 Aug 28 2023, 04:28:40 AM

BroadwaysBroad said: "Hadestown, one of my favorite shows, is quite elementary in its lighting design and looks like what AI might “xerox” out."

That's the stupidest thing I've ever seen posted on BroadwayWorld--and I've seen a helluva lot of stupid things posted here. Bradley King won a goddamn Tony award for the lighting design of Hadestown, and his design was evocative and gorgeous. He also won for Natasha/Pierre.

You obvious


Follies: discovering it later
 Mar 10 2023, 11:33:02 AM

The Ben I'll never be...who remembers him?


Streisand Will Release First Memoir this Fall
 Feb 11 2023, 09:31:28 AM

Impeach2017 said: "Her life has been a reflection of America from the sixties to now, and I love her. However, I would hate to be her editor!"

I believe her editor considered it a thrill and an honor, the happy culmination of a long and distinguished career. 


Universal's WICKED Film - News & Discussion Thread
 Dec 9 2022, 02:44:15 PM

This is shaping up to be a legendary cast. Anyone questioning Cynthia Erivo's acting ability obviously never saw the Color Purple. Either that or is a complete idiot with zero taste.

 

BOWEN YANG AND KEALA SETTLE, PEOPLE! (On top of everyone else!)


Fritz Holt
 Dec 5 2022, 05:07:07 PM

I don't have a picture of him, but he was very kind to me when I was young, and I adored him.


Trying to find a
 Sep 19 2022, 03:11:48 PM

Actually, I think Brenda Lee is who you're looking for.
 

 


Trying to find a "Hello Dolly" cover...
 Sep 19 2022, 03:09:47 PM

Judy and Liza!

 

 


Trying to find a "Hello Dolly" cover...
 Sep 19 2022, 03:01:55 PM

Kay Starr?

 

 


Trying to find a "Hello Dolly" cover...
 Sep 19 2022, 02:59:05 PM

Julie London?

 


Trying to find a "Hello Dolly" cover...
 Sep 19 2022, 02:51:35 PM

Ella?

 

 


FUNNY GIRL Adding
 Sep 8 2022, 09:04:12 AM

 

 

I'd be tickled pink if they added THIS Fanny Brice song to the beginning of the "Sadie, Sadie" scene.


Follies: more on the London production
 Sep 8 2022, 08:58:09 AM

As Mark Twain did (or did not) say, "The reports of my death are grossly exaggerated." I just came to bump this old Follies thread for a Twitter pal and today I'm just checking in on the Funny Girl and Into the Woods posts. Hope you're all well. And, as Alan Jay Lerner wrote, "Take care of this house."


Follies: more on the London production
 Aug 31 2022, 08:47:31 PM

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What show did Maltby Jr get that term
 Feb 4 2022, 11:39:52 PM

You mean, when did you just make it up?


Question about Larry Kert and the original Company
 Jan 23 2022, 10:57:19 PM

I was 14 when Company opened and quickly became obsessed by it. I ended up seeing it four times: once with Dean Jones and three times with Larry Kert.

The documentary about the making of the album is so powerful and moving, and no one who had ever seen the documentary but NOT the original production will believe me, but onstage Dean Jones was cold and withholding, to the point of being uninvolving. His "Being Alive" was, frankly, unmemorable.

Speaking as someone who sa


re: Dear Doxy (On the Sondheim 'Children and Art' 75th Birthday Concert)
 Jan 5 2022, 11:17:50 AM

Here's the gorgeous "Weekend in the Country from that concert performed by a flawless sextet consisting of the late Rebecca Luker, Judy Kuhn, Michael Cerveris, Michele Pawk, John Dossett, and Hugh Panaro. The orchestra was led by Kevin Stites with a 75-person "Broadway Star Chorus."

 


La Cage Aux Folles 1987 Tour with Larry Kert and Harvey Evans
 Dec 26 2021, 12:33:42 PM

Harvey and Larry are together again, singing "Song on the Sand."


Harvey Evans Love Thread
 Dec 26 2021, 12:32:45 PM

Rest in peace, beautiful, wonderful, talented Harvey.


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