Cher Public

  • jackoh: Allow me to offer my .02c on your dilemma (and that is precisely what an accountant would value the following as amounting to). I... 5:44 PM
  • SilvestriWoman: Well, Mom reported that there were only 14 people at her theater in San Antonio. Usually, it’s pretty packed. 5:43 PM
  • PCally: “By the way, I can always see the Met Live in HD at home when it’s posted at Met Opera on Demand six months from now”... 5:32 PM
  • steveac10: This isn’t a typical case, but the distributor/exhibi tor split starts with the distributor getting a much larger share... 5:21 PM
  • rapt: I can’t speak to the in-house experience, but, having seen the HD, I can believe that the latter had virtues the former... 5:06 PM
  • suzyQ: DSS I didn’t see the HD because I saw the Elektra in the house. I’ve seen it twice and may go again for the last... 5:02 PM
  • DeepSouthSenior: I missed the Elektra Live in HD yesterday and am considering seeing the repeat on Wednesday night. Need some advice from... 4:32 PM
  • Signor Bruschino: Curious what the breakeven is on these broadcasts- If they split the $ with the movies, they net about $500k- 4:01 PM

Fire and music

“In her first role in a play, Ms. Fleming will make her debut at the [Williamstown Theater Festival] in Living on Love, a new comedy from the Tony-winning writer Joe DiPietro (Memphis), adapted from the Garson Kanin play Peccadillo. Ms. Fleming will play an opera diva at odds with her husband over the people they’ve hired to ghostwrite their autobiographies. The show, directed by Kathleen Marshall, is to run July 16 through 26.” [New York Times]