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The last paragraph of the Playbill article on Groff states the following:[quote]Groff is expected to continue with the musical, along with other members of the original Off-Broadway cast, when the show transfers to Broadway this summer with performances to begin July 13 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Why wouldn't Groff want to be attached to what may well be the big show of the season? Isn't it presumptuous to think that people will shell out hundreds to see something that they can watch for free at home? Wildly praised when he was young, but never living up to the early promise.[quote]She's like a less eager-to-please Ann E. Nathan Lane, whom sources affirm is not a very nice person in life, registers as cuddly and warm in performance.
It's a showy role that will get a lot of attention. I have no idea what Martin Short is like in real life, but in performance he always comes across as a mean little bastard.
[quote] With Miranda having been writing/rehearsing/performing in a show for several months already, having an infant at home, and knowing that the show needed work, had they pushed ahead to open this season, you might have seen a drop off in the quality of performances Clearly you've never seen LMM perform. Will the tourists really line up for a new musical without a tv star? Do you think a certain musical saw this coming, and held a press conference about opening next year because they didn't want to compete? Play"I'm not so sure it's Lane so much as it's the Lane/Broderick combination that so many people love and clamor for (through four different productions- well, three and a benefit).
It's not possible for the quality of his performances to drop any lower. Is Chris Sieber going to replace the guy from Bullets? Do you think Riedel will swoon over Brooklynite to spite all the other musical that spited him. 5, 5, 5 per ticket and that's not for premium. Neither one of them has ever done the kind of business alone that they do together.
Will the producers demand they rewrite the entire show in three hours? The playbill article saying Groff is going to Broadway is wrong. I certainly consider him one (yes, I'm old, but younger than Short); I think he's a great, magnetic actor. " but I was still surprised not more people flocking to see him in "....
Will they have to recast the lead with Jonathan Groff because the guy in it now is too skinny? BUT: I realize Nathan Lane is a huge draw; I love his work, too (my question is re "It's Only a Play".) And I realized the grosses would go down with him (temporarily) out for "Iceman" but: I was still surprised to see how FAR down the $$grosses were; isn't Martin Short also considered a star?
Will it take the Nederlander Theater when HIV closes in a couple of hours? There are too young writers and too young directors, but few too young actors. Cott would be too young if he were meant to be playing 33 (Gaston's age in the novella, with Louis Jourdan looking to be about mid 30s in the movie), but Cott is playing 25. I waited till Short was in PLAY before going to see that show. (And I've seen what Lane can do, and in better shows.)[quote] Beloved NYC theater queens: this is doubtless a stupid question so I apologize in advance.
And if that hasn't happened by 18, he probably ought not to be worried about acting. I will gladly step into the role, since you insist. (It won't be)[quote] yes, there is such a thing as too young for a role. Except Gaston is written to be younger in the new GIGI. I'm probably 25 years older than you, but I saw the original "The Real Thing" - 85? I certainly consider him one (yes, I'm old, but younger than Short); I think he's a great, magnetic actor. " but I was still surprised not more people flocking to see him in ".... It's also my belief that Short is just plan funnier, too, but that's a subjective opinion. Not a diss on Lane, but I'd always wanted to see Short, and he was great.
Has he be been told his TV show is to be cancelled? And he's still a young man, so it's a little bit of a come down. But: Jeremy Jordan really is fantastic, and Anna Kendrick is wonderful. Post 18, there is no such thing as 'too young' for a role, unless, in a male's case, his balls haven't dropped. If his show is picked up for a 3rd season, where do you think he'll go? BUT: I realize Nathan Lane is a huge draw; I love his work, too (my question is re "It's Only a Play".) And I realized the grosses would go down with him (temporarily) out for "Iceman" but: I was still surprised to see how FAR down the $$grosses were; isn't Martin Short also considered a star? I think because Lane is seen as a homegrown Broadway stalwart, the NYC crowd is more eager to worship at his shrine, even though Short is probably the bigger name.Jonathan Groff may not be the most obvious choice for the role, but it's not as if Brian d'Arcy James is among the first actors who'd come to mind to play King George. Lin-Manuel Miranda's success must drive Jason Robert Brown absolutely bonkers. Should they will hire a porn star to play one of the superheroes. Geoff plays young-- less mature, less grounded, less weighty. He's got boyish going on which serves him well for some parts and less well for others. R50 - just to make sure I'm reading correctly, you SEEM to be a little upset.The point is that HAMILTON doesn't offer a realistic physical portrayal of any of the characters. LMM is ten years younger and has actually had a Broadway hit (and is on the verge of another). Corey Cott = too young to play Gaston, supposedly a man of the world (and now reduced to being 25 - and Vanessa 18 - so that squimish Americans won't be uncomfortable with a May-December romance).
[quote]I guess LOOKING must be cancelled..:(As if any star would be "expected to sign for a year" for a role of that size in an ensemble show, when major stars in the leading roles of other shows aren't even expected to "sign for a year" anymore. If he wins a Tony, perhaps that will justify the choice... Wife is happy and he has plenty of time to deal with the work on the person will pay dearly (no matter what happens with the show) = I have no ideavery classy creator of a show this season was actually a real mensch and because of that became a factor in the decision. Boys in tights and one muscly young man takes his shirt off (!!! She is one of the few actresses who appear to not care at all whether the audience likes her or not, and I think that is part of her appeal. I think she's wonderful, and would almost see anything she's in.The press release doesn't state how long Groff will be in the show, or if he will open in it on Broadway. So if the drive byer's blind is true (a big if), then:meddling spouse = Miranda's wife? = presumably Tesori, being supportive of Hamilton and the move, so LMM, who is already Tonyed, didn't want to take her chance away? Will Wolf Hall on Broadway suffer in sales because of the PBS version starring Mark Rylance being simultaneously broadcast this winter/spring? I imagine that Jamie's career went the same way as JRB's.