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Gypsy first show? 

Is presenting Gypsy as a first performance a good idea?
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Off-Broadway Lead
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I am in the process of opening my own theater company ("Fresh Act Theatre Company") and am planning on doing Gypsy as my first show summer of 2004. Do you think this is a good idea or bad idea?Why? Thanks for your input.

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Mon Jun 23, 2003 7:46 am
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Gypsy would be a great way to get a lot of people involved, since it can have such a large cast. It's also heavy on the parts for girls so you don't have to search out as many guys for the show. Plus GYPSY ROCKS!

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Wed Jun 25, 2003 11:32 am
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With the current revival, it would surely have some hype around it, if you were to do it. Just . . . make sure you cast it right. If you get a bad Rose, the show will die. Simple as that. But, if you have a good Rose then I say go for it :)

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