Saw it last Saturday...first time I've ever left a show at intermission.
That's a very, um, interesting picture.
I'm somewhat surprised that the article doesn't mention what seems like a probable influence, Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould from 1993.
SWEENEY TODD was rehearsed and opened in Boise before RICHARD III, so I can't imagine how it was a planned inside joke.
Can I have the seats of the little old ladies who walk out after the blasphemy (Hasa Diga Eebowai) of Act I?
Is this about the x-men version of Iceman? Wait, it's not? Oops, wrong page.
Horses aren't exactly the sharpest knives in the drawer btw...
from a former horseperson.., Just sayin'
My friend Flicka...
These are better stories so put them on the stage....
If you really want the horses to be lifelike, have them poop on the stage, and fling it into the crows as a souvenir!
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
LOL, you would think that, wouldn't you. Fortunately, this play manages to take all those interesting things, and turn them into a boring affair that you want to punch yourself unconscious to escape from.
You'd think that a play would be absolutely riveting if it included two ship wrecks, incest, death, an innocent young woman sold into slavery in a brothel, and a final wondrous reuniting of a family--
Wow, an 8 week run of something? That's quite the extended stay.
Sister Act is coming out now? Why?
Ah yes, the old suitcase of chopped off hands trick. Always a classic.
There are far too many lamps and strings in this picture. I'm not sure how all that works into the plot, but I would rather not know.
Well, glad to hear she's having fun with it.
Something called Psycho Beach Party just naturally raises your curiosity.
Not much love for the sax, eh?
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