With Lenk in the role, this Bobbie may well be a European emigree fleeing Brexit Britain who finds herself in Manhattan ..... well, stranger things have happened tho' I do feel for Rosie around whom the production was first built.
Post by latefortheoverture on Aug 30, 2019 11:17:23 GMT
Shame for Rosalie- this could've been her BIG break, but no doubt she was asked. She built the production from the first workshop to the final night. It seems Marianne and Rosalie have quite a close bond. She has a young daughter and family here, it's a big move!!
It'll still be amazing on Bway, cannot wait to see how the cast shapes up- and see how Lenk sounds!
And she said the Broadway production will not be a replica of the London version — for starters, it will feature an American cast, she said, but also, “there’s no way we’re just going to reproduce what we did in London — hopefully we’ve learned what we can make better, and now we get a chance to do that.”
Question: Given the show is set in New York and they have that big wonderful 'COMPANY' Neon-esque logo pre-set.... Are they clever with it and do they set the scene by dimming out the letters to hint the setting when the show starts or have they missed a trick? COMPANY