My two moods meeting
My two moods meeting
They’re so precious.
Krysta Rodriguez was asked about the most iconic moment of her career so far in a May 2018 Playbill interview with Tyler Mount (from 2:00):
Krysta Rodriguez: This might be one of them, I don’t know if it is the one, but performing with Spring Awakening number one at the Tony’s was one of the most extraordinary experiences. We were all there together, we were all brand new, we were babies. I remember we had just won, and we came out on stage, and we were just freaking out, and the broadcast had ended. Jonathan Groff came up behind me, held my hand, and said, “Look out here, because we may never see this view again.” And the two of us, little JGroff and I, at like 20 years old, stared out into Radio City and had a moment.
(if no one comments me “awesome, wow” i’ll be very upset)
The Spring Awakening cast talks in April 2020 about their favourite memory from the show, when Jonathan forgot the words to Left Behind (from 18:10):
Skylar Austin: Because Jon never makes mistakes, but when he does he does they are huuuge. Because he is Superman…
Brian Charles Johnson: Love you Jon.
Skylar: The best. He’s the best. Most consistent performer. But when he would mess up it would be like ‘there’s a glitch in the matrix.’
it’s been literally 10 years and Jesse St. James’ performance of Bohemian Rhapsody is still living rent-free in my brain
My love for you is never in doubt…
Because I continue to make King George III customs despite how bloody long they take. 😘
#Hamilton made-to-order reservations open again tomorrow!
I’m genuinely not sad about Mindhunter being (effectively) cancelled because it means maybe now my greatest dream will come true and Jonathan Groff will reunite with Jeremy Jordan to bring Forget Me Not to the Great White Way in Love and Punishment: The Musical
Mindhunter was just cancelled
fuck netflix, all my homies hate netflix!
Mr Robot creator and director Sam Esmail discusses his favorite shows of 2017, with Mindhunter at number two. Esmail and Ringer hosts Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald discuss the show and Jonathan’s performance in particular from 57:00.
Sam Esmail: It’s well made, in the classic 70s film, crime-noir sense, but it’s also very present, very new and still feels very thrilling, and Jonathan Groff…
Andy Greenwald: Can you talk about that performance, as a director?
Sam: I mean, it’s, well, you know….
Andy: Because we had him on the podcast before I saw the last three episodes, and the last three episodes go ‘masterpiece, masterpiece, masterpiece’. And his performance in them is one of the great reasons why.
Sam; The weird thing about Groff is, the thing he plays, the subtext he plays, is that he is like one of these guys. And he doesn’t play that at all. He plays the exact opposite. He plays this nerdy, vulnerable, almost the exact opposite of these guys. And yet, I sense, oh no, there is something, a little off about Groff, but he hides it in a way that a person like that would.
Chris Ryan: That character starts out, and he has the, ‘Oh, I want to move up in the FBI, white ambition. And then it turns out that the thing that he’s actually interested in, is deviance. And he’s interested in creating a new language for why these inexplicable things happen. And then the greed comes back, and the ambition comes back, and his desire, and he’s covetous of credit for all the things that people are starting to say, ‘Yeah, I guess you’re kind of right about all of that’. But he’s like, we have to do it my way, we have to understand these guys my way, I am weirdly protective of these awful, awful people because I want them to be understood through my lens. And it’s all about this idea of how you use language to describe something, and how you talk about something is what defines its reality.
Andy: If you have resisted watching Mindhunter on Netflix, it is not what you think it is. Almost guarantee it is not what you think it is. It is not a murder mystery, not gory. It is deeply subversive in what it is. It is a terrific watch, it is entertaining. I am so excited for a second season…
I’m so fucking angry!
I just heard that MINDHUNTER is officially cancelled and… wtf is wrong whit this platform? honestly, the way they treat their best shows is a shame and I’m about to cancel this shit cause it’s really annoying and frustrating not knowing if the next show you’ll watch will have a decent ending.
(and back then when House of Cards was released people used to say they would cause problems to companies like HBO… lol)
I can’t believe this bullshit, can’t they just let Bong Joon-ho direct Mindhunter or give it to HBO or something.
Bong Joon ho has said he wanted to direct mindhunter so let him take over.