Ted Hoover certainly makes me want to see this.
Listen to WTF with Marc Maron episode 715 feat. Louie Anderson.
The memories that were pulled from Louie in this interview were used in Maron's interview. I've always thought Maron and Sam Leonard were similarly capable interviewers.
I'm currently immersed in Serpentine with a friend, and we've completely fallen down the rabbit hole on this one. In other words, we're loving it (if not obsessed).
Anyone can join the 'game' through June 11, and it runs until June 23.
Huge shout out to Judith Saunders for all her hard work behind the scenes.
I know the level of outstanding talents putting this production together, from wonderful directors, singers, and musicians to beautiful costumes and stunning backdrop projections! The originality of much of the libretto in no way lessens the power of Mozart's music ("the music is king") as stage director Sarah Young emphasizes and audiences are in for such an engaging, not to be missed experience!
Best last line of a review in 11 years.
I thought Chad Elder was undeservingly left out of this review. His character was spot on and never wavered. He was entertaining and intense. My absolute favorite part of the show.
The production available for license from Samuel French was performed exactly as called for in the script by the appropriate characters including Miss Mona singing The Bus From Amarillo as the final song of the show. Perhaps the reviewer is confusing this with the retooled Anne Margaret national tour production which had a new song added and a different ending to accommodate Ms. Margaret's request.
if it is a proscenium stage...can you tell me where the "arch" is? is it that opening that leads back to the workshop? you do plays in the workshop and call it a proscenium stage?
here is the actual description from their website:
Thrust stage with “In the round” configuration possible.
Six-line set hemp fly system.
Steel grid with steel pipe hanging positions
Extensive package of theatrical lighting, sound and AV equipment.
Full stage black masking and a full stage cyclorama.
Multiple dressing rooms, restrooms, green room,wardrobe room and a rehearsal studio.
Public amenities include spacious lobby, wet bar, concession stand/box office with coat check,
Restrooms, and full wheelchair access.
Reception capacity up to 200.
Pretty sure the first line says it all.
Why was the comedic performance of Max passed over ... To me and others I over heard he made the show!
hey folks, we do have moveable side seating banks here at the new hazlett that can create either a thrust or proscenium style stage depending on the production. for this production, it is a proscenium stage.
The proscenium is any part of the stage extending beyond the curtain. The Hazlett has a proscenium.
the hazlett does not have a proscenium stage.
The Broadway run was 6 mos. Reasearch maybe?
This was truly a great show and since I saw all 6 performances I feel that I can say that with authority !!
AMAZING job!!! The entire cast was simply AMAZING!!! I absolutely loved this show!!!😍😍😍👍🏾👍🏾
Please consider the following as a front page article on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder -
The Transcendental Meditation program has been endorsed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for over 20 years for soldiers with PTSD.
Kindly watch and share with all -
"PTSD and Transcendental Meditation - David George, Infantryman" (2:34;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ki4c-XkYsM / excellent!)
"Transcendental Meditation Improves Performance at Military University" (5:12;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIH0913lQe0 )
Also see, "Use a Treatment for PTSD That Actually Works" in The Hill, Washington DC
"Transcendental Meditation May Reduce PTSD Symptoms, Medication in Active-Duty Personnel" in EurekAlert (01/11/16)
Bill @ BillsArtBox.com
P.S. Please visit http://www.operationwarriorwellness.org/ for more information.
Note: Results are available for long-standing PTSD symptoms, as well, including for Vietnam Veterans.
Also, see the dramatic effects for Domestic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder for women and children, and for PTSD for "First Responders", at http://www.davidlynchfoundation.org/#video=6gM_sXiUPvo (5:24)
Also, from http://www.army.mil/ :
"Transcendental Meditation - a Path to Healing"
"Doctors promised him through medication and hard work he could potentially heal over the course of years, but since transcendental meditation he has moved much closer to achieving his recovery in months."
Why doesn't she do a show on Muslim religion? Too afraid? Too politically correct? How about the Baptists? Do a show on them. Too afraid? To include The Passion of Christ in a comedy show isn't funny in the least! Throw the Prophet Elijah Muhammed into your repertoire or are you afraid to do that?
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