Just saying, I would love to go to New York to see shows whenever I want but I can’t.
I would gladly pay to see the shows. I would gladly pay to buy proshot, DVDs like Shrek did.
But you know what? Unlike European musicals, Broadway hardly ever pro shoots shows, and it is a shame. Then people feel like they have to resort to bootlegging to be able to enjoy a show that they can’t travel out to see. I wish it wasn’t that way but it is.
Lupita Nyong’o poses in the press room with the award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for “12 Years a Slave” during the 86th Annual Academy Awards
Ever seen American Psycho? Ever seen The Machinist? Did you know that Christian Bale did those films back to back (and then went on to put all that weight back on for Batman Begins) and wasn’t nominated for either?
Ever seen 12 Years A Slave? Ever seen Kinky Boots? Chiwetel made both of those roles so incredibly believable despite their drastically different nature and has been fighting to be noticed for the talent he is by the masses for his entire career.
The internet can speak for Leo (personally not fond of him but he is a good actor and I just wanted him to win so the internet would stop making jokes).
Do not even get me started on Bruce Dern’s career.
Fine. Matthew decided to stop fucking around and take his career seriously. But do not tell me he deserved to win above all of these other men who have given their lives, no matter the project, no matter the praise, to their craft.
A rare addition of an act two reprise of “Mama Who Bore Me” in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s production of Spring Awakening in Glasgow, Scotland
I wasn’t so sure of this production when I saw the photos but in video clips it is turning out to be fascinating. People who are sad about the cutting of “Anna’s Reprise” in the move to Broadway will be very interested in this.