|re: Thoughts on Bat|
||Jacqueline 05:12 pm MST 03/05/17|
|In reply to:||re: Thoughts on Bat - Marklbetya 04:39 pm MST 03/05/17|
|I don't know how people will take the sing alongs. Time will tell. So far so good. The crowds going now seem to have overall positive feedback and it's no longer fans and family. This is the public. I think it would only be a problem if you have a true loudmouth next to you...but you run that risk at any public event. Personally, I like that people are singing. |
> I know we all love the music. Your review echos my
> concern, especially the part about the audience singing
> along. I can't imagine that working on a commercially
> successful show. Theater-goers don't go to a concert.
> They go to a show. I don't pay to hear the clown next to
> me singing louder than the cast.
> This is why I am waiting to hear the unbiased critic's
> reviews before getting my hopes up on ever seeing this
> show in a US production.
> Thanks for your thoughts.
> > Have to say, I didn't really enjoy the first act at all -
> > in any way 😕 The second act was better - better
> > songs, better paced, better lead actor! First show I've
> > ever been to where someone comes on stage in the interval
> > to announce the alternate (who had been playing the lead)
> > cannot continue and for the second act the part will be
> > played by the actual main lead guy. Generally that works
> > the other way around!
> > I don't like the set at all. Staging sections in parts of
> > the set that the audience cannot see, and then filming
> > them to project on a screen, is not innovative - it's poor
> > set design. You don't go to the theatre to watch
> > something on a screen.
> > And if you're sitting at the front almost everything is
> > blocked by the set and the stupid boulders strategically
> > placed to obstruct most of the action. I think the set
> > design is a shambles.
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