Hot take: Every production that plays on Broadway for an extended period of time should be REQUIRED to provide tickets to Tony Awards voters.
Besides AAAAAAAll the obvious reasons, I’m so looking forward to Springsteen on Broadway because I’ll finally be able to read my beloved theatre critics writing about the Boss.
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My main problem with criticism today, both formal and informal, can be summarized in the phrase: “the selfish audience.”
As a longtime listener of Set Lusting Bruce, I was honored when host extraordinaire Jesse Jackson (not THAT Jesse Jackson) asked to interview me on his wonderful podcast, which you can listen to by clicking here. Spoiler alert: Bruce (Springsteen) is the main subject of our conversation. If you like it despite my incessant stuttering, you really should listen to Jesse’s older episodes, and then subscribe to his iTunes network feed. Relevant links are below, but before I go, I just wanted to thank Mr. Jackson once again for the invitation. If you at all enjoy our chat, all credit should go to him; the success of an interview – which are harder than they look – depends waaaay more on the interviewer than the interviewee.
Based on his recent setlists, diversity must be on Bruce’s mind at the moment, undoubtedly due to Trump’s Muslim immigrant ban. To find evidence in support of this claim, one must only consult the words he used to introduce the tour premiere of “American Land” in Adelaide during his first concert after the ban:
“Write All Nite is a website, NOT a fucking blog.”