The Book of Mormon has hit the Bay Area! The first show was on Tuesday, November 27th, 2012 and twitter was blowing up with some awesome tweets about the show! Here are some of my favorites! If you do see the show, make sure you tweet about it and use the hashtag: #MormonSF TWITTER RESPONSES: @JustinLedezma #MormonSF was […]Read more "Twitter Response to the first preview of “The Book of Mormon” in San Francisco"
A year and a half was just the right amount of time before seeing The Book of Mormon musical again. If you’ve read my initial review of the production in previews back in February 2011, then you’ll know how much it negatively affected me. I still remember walking out of the theatre, flabbergasted by what […]Read more "Theatre Review: “The Book of Mormon” (tour) @ Pantages Theatre, LA, 11/02/12"
For all of you who have asked me about how to get tickets to see The Book of Mormon in San Francisco, here’s your only chance: “THE BOOK OF MORMON, winner of nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, is pleased to announce a lottery ticket policy for the National Tour, which begins November 27 at the […]Read more "Do You Want Tickets to “The Book of Mormon”?"
It’s true! The Book of Mormon musical is coming to San Francisco starting November 2012. It is only playing for a limited five weeks and I’m sure will sell out in minutes (just like what happened in Denver)!! The Book of Mormon is the first show to be announced as part of the SHNSF 2012-2013 season. […]Read more "“The Book of Mormon” musical is headed to San Francisco"
All I can say is this: if Sister Act would have opened in the 2009-2010 Broadway season it would have won the Tony Award for Best Musical. Hands down! To be honest, it is the best new musical I’ve seen on Broadway in the last two seasons. It is hard to dislike a chorus of spectacular […]Read more "Theatre Review: “Sister Act” @ The Broadway Theatre, 6/22/11"
From the poll that I published on Monday, it looks like that the 2011 Tony Awards were a huge success! Currently, 71% of the people that took the poll said they absolutely loved them! Personally, I thought it was entertaining, interesting and I loved the performances, though I had some reservations about a few (specifically, […]Read more "The 2011 Tony Award Performances"
Looking back at the 2010-2011 Broadway season, it was quite the year for new musicals — 11 new Broadway musicals opened in the 2010-2011. Here’s a list: 2010-2011 Broadway Season: Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown* – Closed January 2nd, 2011 Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson ** – Closed January 2nd, 2011 The Scottsboro Boys ** […]Read more "The 2010-2011 Broadway Musicals – What Shows Will Last?"