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 Post subject: Broadway Joey
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Got your tickets yet, Joe?

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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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I'm just happy that the show has a theater. That thing has been trying to get into the theater I work at for more than a year now.


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You get to work it?!?! All your dreams have come true!!

How much would you love selling Coulier a ticket?

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I really enjoy this thread title.


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washing machine wrote:
I really enjoy this thread title.

And the choice of subforum

This is such a peculiar thread

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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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“That guy’s nothing but a regular broadway Joey, buyin’ tickets left and right!”


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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wease wrote:
You get to work it?!?! All your dreams have come true!!

How much would you love selling Coulier a ticket?

No, no. I'm not working on it at all. Thank god. My current show is still running and now we don't have to worry about a premature closing so they can force this thing in.


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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Tuesday night, my wife and I saw the new revival of "Burn This" on Broadway. The show stars Keri Russell and Adam Driver. It's an outstanding production of an outstanding play -- I play I've loved since high school.

Adam Driver is a force of nature in this thing. I haven't missed acting since I gave it up. But this... watching him perform, watching him perform, seeing his craft and script work, it was so captivating and inspirational, that I desperately missed acting again. With all my heart, I missed it. I wanted to be up there sparring with him SO badly. The guy is such a blistering talent.

Keri was a bit flat, unfortunately. She had great moments but often felt out of her depth and out of touch with her body on stage -- which was especially wonky because she's playing a dancer/choreographer. She had made some interesting physical choices in the way she stood and used her legs in the quieter moments, but otherwise it seemed she was hyper self-conscious. I wanted more from her. And she had a hard time keeping up with Driver. He was so generous and never felt like he was chewing scenery, but his presence overwhelmed, in good way.

Still, an amazing show. I highly recommend for anyone in NYC the next couple of months.


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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is amazing. The theatricality is mind-blowing.

I read the script when it came out and felt beyond underwhelmed. Seeing it live is a completely different experience. If you get the chance, you have to go.

Holy shit!


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durdencommatyler wrote:
Tuesday night, my wife and I saw the new revival of "Burn This" on Broadway. The show stars Keri Russell and Adam Driver. It's an outstanding production of an outstanding play -- I play I've loved since high school.

Adam Driver is a force of nature in this thing. I haven't missed acting since I gave it up. But this... watching him perform, watching him perform, seeing his craft and script work, it was so captivating and inspirational, that I desperately missed acting again. With all my heart, I missed it. I wanted to be up there sparring with him SO badly. The guy is such a blistering talent.

Keri was a bit flat, unfortunately. She had great moments but often felt out of her depth and out of touch with her body on stage -- which was especially wonky because she's playing a dancer/choreographer. She had made some interesting physical choices in the way she stood and used her legs in the quieter moments, but otherwise it seemed she was hyper self-conscious. I wanted more from her. And she had a hard time keeping up with Driver. He was so generous and never felt like he was chewing scenery, but his presence overwhelmed, in good way.

Still, an amazing show. I highly recommend for anyone in NYC the next couple of months.

I’ve been trying to find a good play to see in NYC the last week of June. I’ll have to see if this is still running. Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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tragabigzanda wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Tuesday night, my wife and I saw the new revival of "Burn This" on Broadway. The show stars Keri Russell and Adam Driver. It's an outstanding production of an outstanding play -- I play I've loved since high school.

Adam Driver is a force of nature in this thing. I haven't missed acting since I gave it up. But this... watching him perform, watching him perform, seeing his craft and script work, it was so captivating and inspirational, that I desperately missed acting again. With all my heart, I missed it. I wanted to be up there sparring with him SO badly. The guy is such a blistering talent.

Keri was a bit flat, unfortunately. She had great moments but often felt out of her depth and out of touch with her body on stage -- which was especially wonky because she's playing a dancer/choreographer. She had made some interesting physical choices in the way she stood and used her legs in the quieter moments, but otherwise it seemed she was hyper self-conscious. I wanted more from her. And she had a hard time keeping up with Driver. He was so generous and never felt like he was chewing scenery, but his presence overwhelmed, in good way.

Still, an amazing show. I highly recommend for anyone in NYC the next couple of months.

I’ve been trying to find a good play to see in NYC the last week of June. I’ll have to see if this is still running. Thanks!

I believe it closes in mid-July. So, you should be able to make it work. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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Seriously. What a great thread title.


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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Just looked — there plenty of tix. Joe, let’s talk seating. Will we be ok with the $100 nosebleeds in this venue?


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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tragabigzanda wrote:
Just looked — there plenty of tix. Joe, let’s talk seating. Will we be ok with the $100 nosebleeds in this venue?

You should see if there are any discount codes out there on Broadway Box or the like. I paid $69 and sat in the first row of the balcony, side section, aisle. And there were AMAZING seats. Honestly, the way the stage is angled/arranged, balcony is the way to go. It's not too far away to see facial expressions AND you get a great view of the staging and traffic patterns. That really helps amplify the text.


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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Awesome, thanks so much. Precisely the info I was hoping for.


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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washing machine wrote:
Seriously. What a great thread title.


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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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PHATJ wrote:
washing machine wrote:
Seriously. What a great thread title.

I think so, too

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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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Joe, have you seen the Alanis show yet?

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 Post subject: Re: Broadway Joey
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Joe, have you seen the Alanis show yet?

It hasn't started performances yet


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