Classical Beat: Everyone wants to get...

Classical Beat: Everyone wants to get in on the act - The Advocate Weekly Online

There are 2 comments on the Advocate Weekly story from Apr 25, 2012, titled Classical Beat: Everyone wants to get in on the act - The Advocate Weekly Online. In it, Advocate Weekly reports that:

They looked like a normal Broadway audience, these adults attending a matinee of "Seminar." Then 10 minutes into the play, when Alan Rickman, the star, made his entrance, they went berserk -- screaming as if he were Professor Snape, his "Harry Potter" film character, instead of an actor on stage -- and stopped the show in the middle of a tense ...

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Shanghai, China

#1 Apr 25, 2012
The article is great. But perhaps you should move the "Font Resize" to the top of the article.

United States

#2 Apr 26, 2012
I agree for the most part except, I've seen Jersey Boys multiple times and the crowd does get into the musical numbers. It's almost like being at a concert. I personally, love it.

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