It’s so painful to read Buzzfeed articles on Broadway, I don’t know why I keep trying. 3. Chicago the film came out in 2002. 21 & 32. For someone who apparently loves Kristin Chenoweth so much, you could try spelling her name right. 33. “Bonus points if you can spot” the star of the number? Really? Hunter was a Broadway name before his sister was.
Response to The 43 Best Musicals Since 2000:
Lucille “Ortel” Award? Really? So clearly, this list was done by someone who doesn’t actually know anything about theatre. You claim that you are only considering the New York premiere, but when Giant opened in New York, it had been cut to a standard 2 and a half hours. Kind of makes your claim that it is important because it is long (also, what?) meaningless. Bridges of Madison County was not “forced” to close. Talk about melodramatic. It closed, like any show that closes, like any business that closes, because it was losing money. It was losing money because people weren’t buying tickets. This whole list and the reasoning behind it is silly and makes no sense.
Response to 17 Ways "Rent" Lied To You About Life:
They didn’t refuse to pay rent because “rent is for losers.” They refused because their landlord, Benny, had promised them they didn’t have to. If you were told, “you can live here rent free so you don’t have to work full time!” And then told, “jk, you owe me two years’ rent now,” you’d be pissed off too. I never understood why so many people missed that and complain about it, when it is basically the point of act 1.
It’s weird, since the movie came out in 1989.
Response to 10 Ways To Stop Acting Like Such A Dang Tourist:
#6 - The toilets actually don’t flush counterclockwise. That is a myth. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070830064508AAj4DIa
Response to The 33 Best Forgotten Teen Shows Of The ’90s:
I loved So Weird. Interestingly, your caption is all about Fiona, but she is missing from the cast photo you have. Instead, it is the later cast with the blonder, thinner, younger girl who replaced Fiona as the lead a couple seasons in.
Response to "Center Stage": Where Are They Now?:
All you say about Donna Murphy is that she’s had supporting roles on TV, voiced an animated character, and was in a failed sitcom? She’s primarily a theater actress, and her greatest accomplishments since Center Stage have been on Broadway, where she has starred in three musicals and been nominated for the Tony for all three of them, plus a very high profile off-Broadway revival of Into the Woods just this past summer. Seems like shoddy research, or just a refusal to acknowledge success in theater as actual success.