|re: Lots of theatre people land GG nominations|
|Posted by: Michael_Portantiere 11:29 am EST 12/10/18|
|In reply to: re: Lots of theatre people land GG nominations - Singapore/Fling 12:04 am EST 12/10/18|
|"I just don't see anything in her words to inspire your rage, or the rage of all of the other people who want to blame the closing of major Broadway musical on one tweet."
Please don't put words in my mouth. Of course, no one puts ALL of the blame for the early closing of THE GREAT COMET on Erivo's tweet, but considering that Erivo had become a high-profile figure at the time this all happened, I think it's safe to assume that her ignorant comment had a significant effect on Patinkin's decision to withdraw and the producer's subsequent decision to close the show. On that note, PLEASE READ THE SUMMARY OF EVENTS AT THE LINK ATTACHED. It was not written by me, but I believe it's 100 percent accurate, so thanks to whoever spent the time and effort to put it together.
Anyway, thanks for making your position clear regarding Erivo's involvement in the GREAT COMET disaster. Your opinion on that does indeed make me conclude that you're not someone I want to have any further discussions with on this or any other subject, so I will absolutely refrain from doing so. But in closing, again I urge you and everyone else with an interest in this matter:
PLEASE READ THE SUMMARY OF EVENTS AT THE LINK ATTACHED. Again, it was not written by me, but I believe it's 100 percent accurate.
|Link||Can someone explain what happened with Cynthia Erivo and the Great Comet?|
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