What could be some reasons for being attracted to feminine looking guys?
Hmmm, I'm not sure...because I kind of have the same problem as you! I have the hugest thing for Brandon Flowers...he makes my heart melt...
It might be just because feminine features make a man more interesting and less mainstream (ya, know like Taylor Lautner...I dislike him a lot)...but I digress..
I used to LOVE Nick Jonas as well....I've seen Nick Jonas live in concert and I've also seen Brandon Flowers in concert (close to the stage...best night of my life...yesss, he is hot in real life too..haha)
It makes them more unique, interesting, and HOT...don't worry...you are not the only one! :)
I've been to the Foxwoods many, many times. Your seats are off to the side and fairly high up. While certainly not bad seats, you're going to find that a sliver of the stage if cut off from your view. That said, you will still be able to see the flight sequences (you'll see them better than most people in the mezzanine and orchestra because you're so high up) and the vast bulk of the action. Don't worry though, it's hard to find a bad seat in the house purely because so much of the show (and definitely the bulk of the action) happens in midair rather than onstage. I won't lie to you, while the absolute best seats in the house are on the mezzanine (aka "flying circle"), the second best ones are the balcony. You'll be fine.
What is your fave show? Last broadway/West end show you watched?
The last show I saw was Jersey Boys last weekend. Before that it was Next to Normal, Elf, Billy Elliot, etc...
My favorite shows are the same as yours! I'm in love with Adam Chanler & Jenn Damiano. And Kyle Dean and Aaron Tveit. Basically the whole cast of N2N . Spring Awakening is amazingg and RENT is insanee but nothing can compare to N2N for me.
Top 6 : N2N, Rent, SA, Wicked, Jersey Boys, Billy Elliot.
it depends - in your paper are you talking about the play overall, is the director important, is it the scriptwriter? Are you talking about a specific performance of the play?
The reason I ask is because it impacts your citation style.
For a performance:
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. Music by Bono and the Edge. Book by Julie Taymor and Glen Berger
Dir. Julie Taymor. Perf. Reeve Carney and Jennifer Damiano. Foxwoods Theatre.
New York. 28 Nov. 2010.
(this is just an example, of course - it won't let me here, but underline the title of the play and indent the entry starting at the 2nd line)
otherwise - you can list the authors and or the director first and enter the work akin to citing a book.
DEFINITELY Wicked!!! Wicked has been playing to record audiences across the world for years, while Spiderman struggled though its Off-Broadway season. The songs, storyline, choreography and costumes are significantly better in Wicked. If your only reason to see Spiderman was to see special effects and people flying, then you will still be impressed with Wicked - while I won't spoil it for you, I promise you that multiple characters will fly, and there are terrific effectives including a massive dragon above the stage that frequently blows smoke and does other dragon-y stuff, a cool Wiz head and heaps of other cool stuff.
If you're still not convinced, then I'd recommend getting hold of the cast recordings for each show and having a listen to decide which you prefer. You could also have a look at youtube clips if you really want.
When or is the spider-Man: Turn off the Dark musical coming to the uk?
Usually if something starts in Broadway it does not take long once it becomes a success in the U.S. it's all about finding a director, cast, and sponsor(s) to develop the play.
In Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the show has seen some serious problems since starting. The lead has already had an accident that injured him, and more often then not the pyrotechnics or special effects malfunction or do not work at all. It is the first play of its kind and until it has achieved at least one good uninterrupted performance and a review can be made of it don't expect it to hit the UK any time soon. I expect good things for this production once all the bugs are worked out, but for now it is in need of improvement.
check out Wikipedia's site for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.
hope this helps
Where is the best website to buy cheap ticets for Spider Man Turn off the Dark?
this date has,
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Saturday, October 15, 2011 at 2:00 PM
Foxwoods Theater (formerly Hilton Theater) - Ford Center for Performing Arts - NY, New York, NY
ticket price $48 and $58
click here http://www.ticketnetwork.com/tix/spider-man-turn-off-the-dark-10-15-2011-tickets-1627807.aspx?kbid=6123
Sunday, October 16, 2011 at 3:00 PM
ticket price $54 and $58
click here http://www.ticketnetwork.com/tix/spider-man-turn-off-the-dark-10-16-2011-tickets-1627821.aspx?kbid=6123
Does anyone know where I can find 'Rise Above 2' sheet music from Spider-man: Turn Off The Dark?
Looks like we're both looking for the same thing! XD Unfortunately, the sheet music is not yet available since the soundtrack just came out and the musical only recently had its opening night. For now, I'm creating my own piano cover by ear until/if they release sheet music. Sorry to disappoint you, but I'm sure musicnotes.com will have sheet music for it soon. Check that website frequently; they are usually the first to release it. Not only are they first, but they offer a variety of arrangements at a good price. :)
Keep an eye on sheet music websites; I'm sure it won't be too long until they create sheet music. I hope I helped. :) Have a frabjous day! :D