I got tickets to see Orlando in "Romeo and Juliet" tomorrow night. Please post your jealousy in this thread. Thanks!
Yes, I'm SO jealous!
It's not as if you are going to suckle his big nipples so Im not jealous
Unless he were getting full-frontal naked, I have no interest in seeing him on stage, OP.
Take your No-Doz. It's supposed to be a real snoozefest.
Is he playing Lord Montague? Friar Lawrence? The Apothecary?
He no longer looks like a girl, so I'm not interested.
R5. No, he's Jayne Houdyshell's standby for the Nurse. Check out Orly's purple briefs show in one scene.
Who's playing Romeo?
Oh, poor OP. Word of mouth is terrible for this production.
Keep an eye out for visiting Hobbits and smelly humans, OP!
But does he stage door? And will he pose for photos with you and the nuns from the convent? Or does he run away like Scarlett did after her shit performance as Maggie?
So what's the word, OP. Was the production good, bad, indifferent?
People should save their money on this one and go to the Globe Theater double-bill of RICHARD III and TWELFTH NIGHT with the fabulous Mark Rylance.
And don't bother with MACBETH either - even with hunky Sunjata as MacDuff, the horror that is Ethan Hawke is still front and center most of the time.
It is tonight, r13 but thanks for asking! I am reading over the play this afternoon in preparation.
The only ham missing from 12th Night and Richard III will be Fiona Shaw. Have you seen the TV commercial? "Malvalli--OH." Talk about overrated.
Another Shakespeare play?
I'm all ears.
OP. Arenn't you going to let us know how you liked Orly? Or are you still there and/or asleep? Inquiring minds and all that...
I am not jealous. Never have found him appealing at all. He is just...bland. No acting ability, charisma or attractiveness to me.
Lizzie - stop throwing the empty crack vials in my yard - one punctured my back tire.
C. Jones, proud Equity member since 1978
I'm not OP, but I saw him yesterday and I thought he was good/okay. Certainly better than I expected and he did a good job of conveying Romeo's youthfulness. The supporting cast is terrific (Houdyshell, Carver, etc.), but I'm sorry to say I cannot say the same for Juliet (which was a sad surprise).
The direction is good. However, I can't imagine the reviews will be.