Friday, May 14, 2021

You need to stay a little bit at home now. Safety first! However, modern-day streaming services allow you to see your favorite shows from the comfort of your home, part 1! Yes, it will be series, so sit back and enjoy!

Hamilton

After five years of buzz, the Broadway production of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Leslie Odom Jr. “s Tony-winning musical” Hamilton “has met fans” expectations and generated another wave of Hamilton buzz. The plans that led to the film’s July 3 release from Disney have now been scrapped and are set to hit theaters in October 2021, according to the director and co-writer Jason Schwartzman and producer Roger Ebert. 

As most theater fans know, “Hamilton” and its star Lin – Manuel Miranda and Leslie Odom Jr. have made a splash on Broadway. It was one of the first major Broadway shows to offer quick tickets. And fans camped out for weeks to get cheap tickets for the front row. I’ve never seen so much dedication from a big fan of a hole. 

Rent

Jonathan Larson’s “Rent” is set in the East Village of New York City. It updates the story of Puccini’s La Boheme.

It ran for 12 years and had over 5,000 performances. The production won four Tony Awards in 1996, including best musical. Since then, it has won again and again and is still one of the most popular musicals on Broadway. 

The cast is an all-star cast that includes stars like Jennifer Lopez, Chris O’Dowd, Chase Meyers and Eddie Izzard. At the time of the shooting, the cast was not known. But if you look back today when it was shot, the last performance of the Broadway production was recorded. Now shown on DVD and Blu-ray. 

Cats

Based on a collection of poems by T.S. Eliot, Cats is one of the most popular musicals in Broadway history and a classic in itself. Like every Broadway musical, everyone has an opinion on Andrew Lloyd Webber’s show. But what cannot be denied is that Cats has played Main Stem like few other comedies ever have. 

Company

Stephen Sondheim and George Furth and Co. broke all the rules when they opened on Broadway in the 1970s. Cats were not made for Broadway, but the original production was filmed and the production has been added to a number of streaming services including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Hulu Plus, as well as YouTube. 

The company explores the concept of marriage by offering a linear plot, with a story about a friend who marries his best friend’s ex – the wife and the two children they share. 

With songs like “Ladies’ Lunch,” “Sorry” and “Grateful,” the show offers an insight into a young woman’s life and her relationship with her ex-husband. 

Falsettos

Directed by John Doyle in 2006, the Broadway revival starring Raul Esparza was filmed for broadcast on PBS. There was also a concert performance by the New York Philharmonic, with a star-studded line-up including Tony Award winner Robert De Niro as the title character. Being Alive ushered in a new era of daring musical theatre on Broadway, and the original production was completely filmed. Driving a Person Crazy, “which could be recorded for a recording session or an original album, as well as for a live performance of the musical. 

Together tells the story of a gay man trying to appear in 1980s New York, when it was completely new territory. It is the first musical about gay men in the United States and one of the first gay-centric musicals in the world. 

It was staffed by some of Broadway’s favorites, including John Travolta, David O. Russell and John Cusack. It was shot in New York City and Los Angeles in the late 1980s and early 1990s, but eventually found its way into the cinema and is now available as an online stream.

Your favorite shows that you can see from home, part 1 is done! Wait for more! Some of those shows are successful both on Broadway and on West End!

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