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March 18, 2011

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Stage Rush TV: Episode 55

by Jesse North

Talking points:

What do you think, Rushers? Do you want to see Douglas Hodge’s Meantime come to a New York stage with Stephanie J. Block? Do you think Memphis‘s brief movie release will make an impact on audiences? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

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  1. Carlos Alvarado
    Mar 18 2011

    Fantastic again. Excited to hear your thoughts on How to Succeed, but judging from your face, it’s positive :P. Fathom Events is an interesting company. They show tons of random things here. They also were responsible for the American screenings of Les Mis and Rent a few years ago, and those were one night events. I’m actually shocked that Memphis is being run for 4 days period. I’m glad they exist personally, the average ticket price for these events is around $20 but since i’m in small town I can appreciate their efforts. P.S. I love the TV logo at the end of the new SR logo!!!

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    • Mar 18 2011

      I agree, Carlos! I love the SR logo!! And of course, the background to SRTV this week. I understand that no one might second that lol.

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    • Mar 18 2011

      I’m so glad you liked the episode, Carlos! I think you bring up some great points about Fathom Events and your location away from New York. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not undermining what Fathom does. I do think it’s great that they screen live art performances so people everywhere can see. And I’m sure this would simply cost more money, so it’s not really up to me to judge—but I just feel like more screenings of this cinematic MEMPHIS release would make more of an impact. What they had to go through to film it—I just don’t know if that was worth the hassle for four days of release.

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  2. Robb Johnston
    Mar 18 2011

    Only the one show is at 12:30

    according to their website the schedule is:

    Thursday, April 28; Saturday, April 30; and Tuesday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. local time with a special matinee on Sunday, May 1 at 12:30 p.m

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