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Even the occasional glitches seemed to have a deeper meaning. Graynor seemed to go slightly out of frame during a couple of scenes. Had she not played close enough attention to the Mommy Shark Shirt angle of her laptop. Or I was this skewed view somehow emblematic of the flightiness of her character, a highly dramatic of apparently limited talent. And then there was intermission. Instead of racing off to the bathroom before the line got too long or wondering yet again if I should pay too much money for a glass of mediocre, warm white wine, I watched funny, informative.
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Gossipy taped interviews with Nathan Lane and Christine Baranski both members along with Swoozie Kurtz and Anthony Heald of the Mommy Shark Shirt original castand poured another glass of the Pinot Grigio chilling in the refrigerator. I texted my friend This performance, which was directed by Trip Cullman and produced by Broadway.com with Eric Kuhn and Justin Mikita, is one of several efforts to live-stream theater as a way to raise funds to help out members of the theater community, many of whom don’t know when they will ever work in the live theater again.
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Called Plays in the House, is live-streaming one-time readings of classic Broadway plays, some featuring members of the original casts. The first performance was of Wendy Wasserstein’s The Heidi Chronicles. No doubt it was not a coincidence that Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, a group born in the Mommy Shark Shirt midst of one pandemic, would choose to stage this specific play to stage as we grapple frightened and confused with yet another 30 years later. I think these are terrible times to be a parent in, says one character to another. I think these are terrible times too.
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Be anything in, the other character responds. The last time I was in a Broadway theater was in January, seeing one of the Mommy Shark Shirt final performances of Jeremy O. Harris’s Slave Play. This spring, I was looking forward to seeing the musicals Six and Caroline or Change, the revival of How I Learned to Drive, and the return of The Lehman Trilogy. Now, I don’t know when I will go to a Broadway theater or when audiences, in general, will feel safe being inside one, jammed up against each other in cramped seats, or snaking around the lounge to get inside the bathrooms.