Big Magilla wrote:I have the Original British Cast recording of Billy Elliot, which is good but not great.
The score is the worst thing about it; I came out humming the choreography.
Damien wrote:Okri wrote: You don't like Buried Child?
Oh Christ, worst piece of crap play I've ever been subjected to.
Well, maybe Children of a Lesser God was worse, because I left that at intermission but endured the Sheperd in its entirety.
Okri wrote: You don't like Buried Child?
Okri wrote:Joe Turner is Wilson's 11th Broadway production (nine originals and two revivals) and ALL have received acting nods, and only one missed out on a best show nomination (the Ma Rainey revival). He's pretty much my God, so I wanted to note that.
How often has the entire cast been up for a Tony? Two productions of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (the original Hagen-Hill and the Turner/Irwin revival).
Big Magilla wrote:Most surprising omission to me: Aaron Tveit for featured actor in a musical (Next to Normal).
Mister Tee wrote:And there have been cases over the years when a major critics' favorite for a not-beloved show has been upset in the end by someone less acclaimed but more generally "popular".
dws1982 wrote:I wasn't too surprised about Kristin Scott Thomas (although I also thought she would be nominated) since her production closed so long ago, and since the category had so many whose shows were still running,
I know I had declared him the winner several weeks ago, but I'm wondering about Rush now.... I wonder if his show may be a bit too out there for the voters, and if they'll go another direction when they pick a winner.
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