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Hugh Panaro in Company 
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Post Hugh Panaro in Company
Hugh Panaro, star of Broadway's Lestat and The Phantom of the Opera will be starring in Company in Seattle.

Since this the Company thread, I thought I'd post the info here! :)

upcoming: nightmare before christmas rehearsals

Mon Sep 25, 2006 9:40 pm
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Post Seattle Company Discount
What a coincidence that the day I get the flyer for the NYC Company discount in the mail, that this deal that I've been working on with the 5th Avenue Theatre comes through! It's a sign I tell you!

Well, here's the gist of it... 5th Avenue Theatre is offering 10% tickets to select performances through "Direct Connect" with HUGH PANARO ONLINE. The discount code is PANARO. And no, you don't have to be a Hugh fan...but that would be nice!

For more information: ... count.html

I wish this would have went down sooner because many of you have already bought tickets, but hey... better late than never! LOL!

Come see the show! :)


P.S. - If the promotional code is not working, please let me know since we may still have to work out the bugs on the ticketing site.



Wed Oct 11, 2006 8:24 pm
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I went out to see this during the second week and catch up with Hugh over those amazing cookies at Specialty's.

I hadn't seen Company previously, though I revisited the OBCR and 1995 revival recordings to refresh my memory as to the music and plot.

I have to say this was a fantastic show and well worth the cross-country flight. The entire cast was amazing...Kendra was just incredible as Amy with "Getting Married Today," Shelley Burch did the best Ladies Who Lunch...this cast totally spoiled me.

Hugh was wonderful. I always have the highest expectations when I see him in any show and he has always exceded them. This was no exception. He was a surprisingly poignant Bobby - charming when needed, yet with an underlying bitter longing at times...especially in the night club scene when he asks Joanne, "But who will I take care of?" And his "Being Alive" was just sublime.


Wed Dec 13, 2006 10:45 pm
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my friend just met him and i heard he is an absolute sweetheart! haha. pretty much my definition of a DILF! hahahaha.

Fri Jun 01, 2007 11:14 pm
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