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It has yeah 78 million dollars and canteen exposed by the that we finish this segment will be 76 million -- about 45 million every twenty minutes herself most expensive show in the history of Broadway.
Last time I was here I was talking about the director -- Julie -- more for a few days after we spoke about her she got fired from the show.
They shut the showdown bond -- and the edge who wrote the score the YouTube guys came back to town and went to work on the show for three week period and they just open it up last week and I went to see it.
And I guess what I can tell you is that what was inept pretentious and boring is now just boring and so -- you know it's an achievement of sorts of them I'm impressed with the what they've done.
Your -- at that they took a show that was completely.
Baffling made no sense whatsoever.
They straighten out the plot.
You can now following along with that it makes some sense.
It's just not really all exciting and -- I gotta say unless the show grabs you from the moment it begins like the -- -- something like that.
It's hard to get the audience engaged so I still think they have -- struggle to pull this together and have said.
Tomatoes aren't yet some musical artistic -- over the edge writing their off their -- -- -- here oddly similar.
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So then do the jokes alone.
At -- apparent about their for the -- and spectacular.
Special for Palomar programs.
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I think the monies are limited I mean as they saw that the builders surged.
Yeah I mean they're they're -- the creators but -- -- producer of the -- as a guy named Michael Cole who's been with them a long long time as he produced all of their -- very famous rock guy he produced YouTube produced.
On The Rolling Stones and he's about -- and Barbara Streisand out on tour so this guy can go around and you know shake the trees and get it money for the show I don't know government -- -- sort of impossible.
It's not gonna happen I mean not only -- you have to pay back 75 million dollars whatever that thing -- now.
Yet just a weekly running cost weekly overhead of something like one point three million dollars he got to sell a lot of tickets a lot.
Who do like American narrative -- -- Brian asked this crushing performance.
-- I thought America it was good because it'll probably frankly is.
Little dopey little old fashioned sort of shows that your grandmother would like to go to an American idiot with Green Day.
Introduce -- -- sound a Broadway rock music and not a lot of kids.
Autonomous -- actual accident -- -- -- Billy.
Billy Armstrong now Green Day guy.
Closed out the show it it shut down a -- a couple of weeks ago when he played the last month the run and every night it was rock -- in I mean kids were.
Packed in that theater jumping up and so on a -- -- line.
And you have yours you don't like him as a million dollar quartet right yeah -- know I'm afraid you and I are gonna have to disagree agree to disagree on that one.
Thought it was -- -- Wax work piece Odom -- not a particularly between -- story even though so c'mon.
Yeah but that doesn't mean that's going to be great musical there was a musical few years ago called all shook up now Elvis again -- worst things I have ever seen.
Subject matter does not necessarily mean -- -- going to be.
Could be good about Levi got pushed her away and -- he's good as you -- the best thing it out there aren't very good guys packing -- Tony nomination.
And Camby had no mob or -- an -- To have a inaugural Michael riddle from -- -- their most brought -- -- marker Mormon tonight.
Hottest show in town written by Matt Stone and Trey Parker -- guys who created South Park.
Along with Bobby Lopez -- show called avenue Q quite popular show you cannot get a ticket except for you.
To the show they're selling I think the selling premium crises like 400 dollars a ticket and on the ticket scalper market they're going 4000 dollars 12100 dollars -- -- and it's huge.
I've seen a show of this hot since Matthew Broderick and recently opened on Broadway in the producers couldn't get a ticket -- either so let's go to.
It's spread to refine it won't -- funny it is very very Fonda.
And it's adversity deals with issues of -- religion and faith it's about the book of Mormon -- imagine.
And it's -- a lot of foul language shocking language but what's really.
Smart about it.
Is that for all of its subversive is for all of its foul language it plays like an old fashioned musical bye bye birdie and -- sent.
Little old ladies to see it -- I was a little bit worried Hollywood react to -- a -- -- -- So it's.
Works for the older people and I think kids.
At a certain age and I wouldn't take you know nine or ten but above twelve or so who like South Park alone -- -- -- it's gonna ask Jeremy and on his progress shows.
And no barriers dot blossom but the blue -- -- all the busing Gordon.
Hit a million and they related that -- allows people to.
-- -- -- -- Yeah I you know a lot of my friends -- -- -- -- -- you know we appreciate the matinee ladies they pay the -- we love them but you know they talk throughout the chances this is old Broadway Djokovic how many matinee ladies hesitate at.
Screw and a -- ball.
Two went to school in the label on the other one to say she's growing and a light ball act after act and act at -- at that.
That's what it's like get out about it every -- the lines they can't hear they talk to each other's it's Walesa.
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