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 The Library !Mu5DJ1d1S. 361352

The Library

Off-Broadway play

Directed by: Steven Soderbergh

Theatrical run: March 25 - April 27, 2014

Location: Off-Broadway Public Theater (New York)

Description: After Caitlin Gabriel (Moretz) survives a deadly shooting at her high school, she struggles to tell her story to her parents, the authorities and anyone who will listen. But there are other narratives that gain purchase in the media and paint her in a different light. Academy Award-winning Director Steven Soderbergh returns to the stage with this bold and chilling world premiere that asks us to examine our relationship to the truth and the lies that claim to heal us.

Links:AnnouncementAudio Recording

 The Library Danny (5dc8) 361359

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Who is planning to go see this?
I live in The Netherlands so for me it will be difficult to attend and see the play. However, I need to be in Minneapolis for business in April, hopefully I can break out of the meetings for a day and fly to NY just to see Chloë in person.
Perhaps a bit too far fetched, but what's a fan supposed to do? Might be the only chance I get :)

 ajigani!!tNAOfLdmzM 361360

is this a movie for 2015 ?

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 361365

>Off-Broadway play
>Theatrical run: March 25 - April 27, 2014

 RKman (0e1e) 361369

Why is the plot a little bit like november criminal? I mean is this it (about the rumors she is cast in november criminals)? and btw anybody plan to video it for us?

 Anonymous (f16a) 361371

I hate to sound ungrateful that these people are honing their craft this way, but why do millionaire celebs risk so much doing grueling stage work when there's so little to be made in the process?

I mean, Soderbergh makes like 10 million per film directing. He should be buying theaters, not slumming in them.

 ajigani!!tNAOfLdmzM 361399

awww that's too bad, thx for the info GG

 !No.7//JDvE 361406

>I hate to sound ungrateful
Actually, you sound more like someone that has no grasp on anything you can't place monetary value on.

I know you might find this hard to believe, but for some truly talented artists with real passion for their craft, it's not about a paycheck, it's about creating something of beauty. They don't measure their success on how big their paycheck is. This is also why some a-list actors choose rolls in independent films as well. They obviously don't make much, but that's not their intention to begin with.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 361407


Chloë said it best doubt that her feelings have at all changed over the years. It is about the acting and being known for being good at it. Not about the fame and money.

>A lot of people are like, 'So you want to be famous.' And I'm like, 'No, I want to be good at my craft. I don't care about fame, I don't care if I even ever make it. As long as people know what I am as an actress in this business, I'm set for my career right now.'

 Anonymous (f16a) 361409


It's not just the money, though. You risk a LOT on stage. Physically and emotionally. In front of a camera there are unlimited takes to get every shot perfect, in theater you might find yourself flubbing lines and crashing an entire production.

That's immense pressure, man, but if they desire it let it be so. All I really give a shit about is there had better be a veritable plethora of pics pouring out of the events.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 361411

>there had better be a veritable plethora of pics pouring out of the events.

That is highly unlikely. Maybe there will be a few pictures but most of the people will be thrown out on their ass after getting one picture and they might not share it online.

 Swayne (9518) 361419

Aww, that's too bad. Living in Europe makes this kinda hard to go watch.
Hope some kind of footage will be leaked.

 Anonymous (fade) 361439

you still believe everything she says in interviews???..let's be honest if Scott Z. Burns hadn't written it and Soderbergh wasn't directing this do you really think she would do it???do you really think she would do a play written by a nobody and directed by a nobody even if it was good and they could afford to hire her??The answer is NO!!

 Anonymous (f16a) 361550

That's probably 100% true, but you'll never become Hollywood royalty if you espouse that publicly.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 361552


That had nothing to do with it unless you are going to pretend that their last movies Contagion and Side Effects were actually good. They aren't George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.

For those that watch Chloë in this play I hope they are better in the theater then they are in Hollywood.

 RKman (0e1e) 361634

I think she made a right call doing this, you know this kindda of stuff might not give alot of money nor fame, but it sure give her experience, who knows, maybe her acting skills might be better then it is now, which is already great. I think it's all about experience

 The library Taylor H (908a) 361720

I live in the UK and as soon as i heard Chloë was performing live, i knew i had to go, once in a life opportunity. So I kinda am going on my own on the 16th, does anybody know what the talkback will be like??

 icollect (9f6a) 361846


If someone were to hidden-video this for us–there are glasses, lapel cameras, etc., or just tucking a phone with video camera mode so that the camera lens sticks out over a jacket pocket, etc.–I would so love it even if the video weren't very good. Even audio would be better than nothing, and an audio recorder can stay completely inside a pocket and still get good sound if you're reasonably close.

If anyone's planning this they shouldn't say so publicly, especially if they've already discussed their ticket night. But if anyone does this successfully, I would totally reward them with either their choice of a Celebrity Authentics autographed item up to $150, or one of Chloë's wardrobe items from Carrie or Movie 43 that I mentioned here, with a high-res scan of the COA:


If more than one person gets the play on video, the item would go to the better video. If someone only gets audio, but it's of the whole play, and no one gets video, I'd buy this person their choice of a Celebrity Authentics autographed item up to $99 or a Chloë wardrobe item as mentioned in that thread. I'm totally serious about this, BTW.

Of course, the problem is, if you get caught you get thrown out of the play–and that would be awful. :( So perhaps nobody would risk it. But recording at least audio should be easy and undetectable–I used to record audio from classical music concerts all the time when I was younger, with a micro-tape recorder in my jacket pocket, and these days many cellphones etc. can record audio…

Something to think about, at least. :) I'm hoping someone at least gets audio for us.

 RKman (0e1e) 362016

Is it ilegal to video tape this? I think it's okay if we video tape a stage performance

 RoboZ!!WgliWyVQRI 362022

it's definitely not allowed…whether it's illegal I'm not sure

 RKman (0e1e) 362039

Why not? I never been to a stage play before, but I think it's okay, for example when there's a school play, anyone is free to video tape it, right?

 RoboZ!!WgliWyVQRI 362070

probably. But it's a different story for commercial plays. Because people pay to see the show, and if you videotape it and dispense it freely, you violate the copyright law

 icollect (9f6a) 362230

For a commercial play, no, the audience is never allowed to film like they would be at a school play. If anyone wanted to film this it would have to be hidden. And most people wouldn't want to take the chance, because if discovered they'd probably be asked to leave immediately. But I'm hoping at least one person will take the chance…and succeed. :) If not, an audio recording would be nice, and less detectable…

Nobody wants to prevent people from going to the play by having a video made–as if the video would be any substitute for the real thing–but it would be nice to have a record of Chloë's performance. If someone does take the chance to make a video or audio recording, maybe best to wait until after the play closes to release it?

 Anonymous (7ca8) 362231


>because if discovered they'd probably be asked to leave immediately.

The police might even be called and charges laid instead of you just being thrown out if the New York City boot legging laws against recording in a movie theater also were written to protect stage plays from being boot legged and spread as well.

 icollect (9f6a) 362233

I don't think they have because there's really not a commercial market for bootlegged videos of stage plays–but I don't know for sure, and one can never be too careful…

 Anonymous (7ca8) 362243

So I was looking into it and apparently these bootlegs of plays are done all the time.

Guess they aren't illegal as they go up on Youtube and nobody has them taken down.

Was checking out the Off-Broadway bootleg of Carrie on Youtube. There are many others as well.


 Anonymous (3f62) 362247

The stupid thing is that I bed they'd benefit financially if they would just have a professional record it and sell it online.

Yeah it'll get pirated, but there are people who would pay for it who would have otherwise not had the opportunity to do so (as long as its easy to buy the thing).

It won't affect ticket sales because people who actually go to these things want her in the flesh anyway.

 icollect (9f6a) 362259

Nice–I didn't even know that was a widespread thing. :o But notice that these videos are definitely hidden recordings.

The more I think about it though, the more I think that it wouldn't be the best idea if anyone here were to try it unless they're going to more than one performance. Your enjoyment of the play might be ruined if you're the kind of person who'd be nervous and worried about your hidden recording device, and your mind should be on enjoying Chloë's performance…

 RKman (0e1e) 362406

Okay so anyone wanted to film this? Cause alot of people can't go there, I mean really, they can't and will never watch it in their life, and it's in the middle of April, so yeah

 Lance Prestonnnnnnnn (62f5) 362475

Bro. I'm highly doubtful that filming inside a famous Playhouse, with someone like Steven Soderbergh at the helm, will be possible. I will be in new York, for the RnR hall of fame awards @barclays & going to catch this later in the week. If there's any way for me to film, I'll give it a go.

 RKman (0e1e) 362476

Thanks man, it means alot for me

 Lance Prestonnnnnnnn (62f5) 362477

Because some people do exactly what they want to do for a living & they just happen to make money as a result. Steve is a gifted director, who has never put budget in front of his art. Success may be tethered to money, but once life is paid for, fulfillment lies in creation :-$

 Anonymous (7ca8) 362489


Bigger more important actual Broadway plays then this have been bootlegged.

The only reason this might not be bootlegged is that none of the people who do it for a living considered it important enough that people wanted to see it.

Tracking down someone selling a bootleg of Chloë's play would be the hard part.

 Zeb (1648) 363614

Anybody got one of them recording binoculars?

 Milo (e7f1) 363627

Yeah, same question here.

 Taylor H (3f4f) 363762

This is weird one but anyone who is actually going, wanna like meet up in NYC around those dates?

 Cubia (8a35) 363827

I probably will go i can try to film it on my phone via placing it in my front jacket pocket but no guarantee it will come out good at all.

Not sure if i should go on a early date when it might be packed being a new play or some time after the first date.

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 363956

 Anonymous (7ca8) 363957


Because Steven Soderbergh is a Hollywood director I had a bad hunch that he would cast a bunch of Hollywood actors instead of theater actors. So Chloë doing this play now won't be considered anything special like it has been with others who went the Broadway route like Scarlett Johansson. With the rest of the cast not being theater actors with some Broadway experience also.

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 369921

 Anonymous (b8f9) 371923

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I really want to go watch it, but I need less distance and more money .GRRRRRR, Im so mad , I hate the distance

 Zeppelin (75f5) 373936

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 WhosTomLe (045f) 373937

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where are you from? (in the most non-creepy way of asking) haha

 The Library gabriella hardwicke (537e) 373940

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i take it ;) @gabiwicke

 Anonymous (b830) 373944

thanks - was that during the show?
please elaborate

 Anonymous (b8f9) 373948

Argentina, I hate being so far away from my idols

 Anonymous (3bd2) 374029

Was it good?

 Anonymous (f379) 374125

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←—A short review of the Library from this guy.

>The set is very simple: five library tables and two chairs at each table. The only set changes that occur are moving the chairs and use of lighting and sound to invoke emotion. From the opening scene of Moretz laying down on one of the tables it’s clear the play is going to be driven by the actors’ grief and anger and none of the cast disappoints. Moretz particularly shines from the first scene on where in a fit of sorrow you can actually see her leg muscles tightening from the bottom of her hospital gown and hear/see her panicked breathing throughout her body. As she struggles to tell her story with such pain and honesty you struggle to not yell out you believe her or offer a hug of support.


 chlomonator (ea24) 374138

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 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 374486

Steven Soderbergh and Scott Z. Burns Will Explore The Library in Upcoming Public Forum Discussion


 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 374520

for those of you who can't make the show, here's an audio recording
the quality is not that great but it's better than nothing

 Anonymous (46eb) 374728

Sorry about the crappy recording. I was sitting in the second row so it could have been a lot worse. I just used the Voice Memo app on my iPhone which only records in 64kb bit rate.

Anyways sitting in the second row was amazing, because not only do you get to hear Chloë's great acting, but being up close you can see the emotion and dedication she put into her role. Especially since she dedicated it to her memom. Too bad I couldn't take video instead. Now all I have is the photo I took with her after the show and this audio recording to picture in my head of her performing in front of me.

 Guppy (a239) 374732

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You did good, thanks heaps for that. So are you going to post that photo?

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 374757

don't get me wrong I'm grateful for it and you deserve all our thanks
I just wished it could be better but frankly I doubt it's possible for anyone in the audience to get that good of a recording

 D3nisK!!/pUIKZt4A. 374759

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Maybe you dont know but for, us who cant go to NYC is everything and Im thankful for it.

 Ezra!No.7//JDvE 374809

I listed to the entire thing and I thought it was pretty damn good given the circumstances. I didn't have an issue making out what was being said really. I suggest anyone that does try listening with headphones on. Heck, I remember only one point in the performance were you must have shifted the phone around in your pocket because it sounded like static, but other than that…not too shabby at all for a hidden recording.. so THANK YOU!

 gabriella hardwicke (537e) 374864

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will we see any video?

 Anonymous (7ca8) 374865


It is possible. But doubt anyone on here could afford risking getting thrown out by making the video due to the expense of the ticket prices. It is a lot of money to lose.

There are a lot of "professionals" that record bootlegs of Off-Broadway plays that are sold, traded and end up on Youtube. Just got to Google to find some of them.

 gabriella hardwicke (537e) 375063

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I hope the piece go to Youtube and torturous be on the other side of the world and not see it

 WhosTomLe (045f) 375086

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Just record it, and upload it unlisted and link it here haha just kidding

 Anonymous (803e) 375089

I didn't have my phone in pocket and I tried my best to keep still, but some of the noise is probably the rumblings of the subway or trains that shook the building when they went by. It was a little annoying, but not too distracting.

If someone knows how to mix it or enhanced the audio that would be awesome. Anyways glad people like it even without being able to see it though since there was just five tables there wasn't much to see other than Chloë.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 375091


>but some of the noise is probably the rumblings of the subway or trains that shook the building

Sounds like it is really Off-Broadway and seems right in terms of the budget for the play. Building probably used to be a factory.

 Ezra!No.7//JDvE 375092

>If someone knows how to mix it or enhanced the audio that would be awesome.
I geek on things like that, so if someone else with more knowledge in the subject doesn't do it, I might eventually have my hand working with the audio to reduce noise and clarify the voices. Do you have a higher quality bit-rate version you can share or is the 64kbps the best there is? Even if we end up with better copies later on, I still think this recording is archival worthy as it is the performance she dedicated to her Memom.

>there wasn't much to see other than Chloë.

That sounds like the perfect play.

 Anonymous (803e) 375104

Sorry no higher quality than the 64kbps voice memo file (AAC) which is 41.8MB for 1hr and 30mins. I can upload the source file instead of the converted MP3 I uploaded.

 Anonymous (73a1) 375105

 The Library Andy (55b1) 375120

I would love to see this play…anyone want to come with me? I live in NY.

 HorsePower!!Pa9UFrgTP2 375143

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I would but I live all the way in Canada

 D3nisK!!/pUIKZt4A. 375258

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Dude, I live in all the way in Europe. Thats far far away. U are closer than half of us.

 Guppy (a239) 375259

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That's what I was thinking. Isn't the closest border like 400km's away? Fuck, I would have to fly 17000km's to get there.

 Ezra!No.7//JDvE 375320

got it, thanks!

 HorsePower!!Pa9UFrgTP2 375429

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YAY I only live 3846km away!!!
I thought most of the people on here were from the US lol

 Sho!!lVaG6qIvxQ 375698

I live in all the way in Japan. Very very far from US :'-(

 The Library Andy (7731) 375786

Too bad you guys live far away - we can check the play as a group..lol* I'm trying to catch the show on the weekend. (I think I saw weekend shows) If anyone from the city…hit me up! Thx -

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 376368

 Anonymous (76af) 376423

 When to the Library Mike (8b07) 377258

Just saw it last night. It was really intense and sad & we all know no one does intense and sad like Chloë.

There was a talkback but she didn't come out the stage door though after: which was a little bummer. Might have something to do with her grandmother passing, flying to Atlanta for the funeral, taking the red eye back, probably getting no sleep, then doing an intensely powerful show a few hours later: what can I say she's awesome.

 Anonymous (3bd2) 377278

What would you give out of 10? Did they use some props or anything like that?

 Mike (8b07) 377295

1. Chloë's performance was amazing. There were a lot of intense and emotional scenes. I think she cried like 3 different times.
Her performance was so raw and emotional and felt really really realistic.
IMHO it's the best acting she's ever done. It reminded me a little of her acting in 'Carrie': just a lot better.

2. As for the play: I enjoyed it. It's hard for me to give it a grade because this was my first non-musical play.
But the rest of the cast were very good also.
Again it's a very dramatic, intense and introspective type play: so you have to like that type of drama.

3. The set is very very simple. As some one else already mentioned the only thing on the stage were 5 tables with one or two chairs.
They did some really cool stuff with the lighting to convey emotion and setting.

-I'll talk a little now about the Q/A now:
1. It was like for 15 minutes after the show.
2. It was Chloë 3 other cast members and the writer.
3. The writer did most of the talking then Chole.
4. She was asked how theater compared to film. She said her brother was trained in film acting and he has been coaching her with a theater style with lots of prep/rehearsal work so it felt natural even though this was her first time on stage ever.
Also she said she felt since she was acting the whole story arc form start to finish it felt more like real acting instead o just saying lines…
5. There was this very funny moment where someone asks the writer a question and he starts complimenting the cast:
So Chloë yanks the mic from him mid-sentence and says "yeah….but that only b/c we had such a great writer…" I thought that was really cute.
6. Most of the other questions were very involved or about the plot: and I ain't doing any spoilers.

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 377298

thanks for the pretty indepth review

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 377306

Short video of Steven Soderbergh talking about the play
full video coming on april 4th

 Anonymous (dc09) 377307

It may sound douchy but you might have seen the best of all the plays, having her grandmother passed, she could have used that to her play, making it a lot more intense.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 377315


That is possible. But since Chloë is still in rehearsal mode and these just being previews I don't think she would be even close to her best yet. Her best performance will be done on April 15th when it really matters and the press and biggest Broadway critics will be there to write about her play. She will be saving everything to impress them.

 Public Theater: backround Photo Mike (8b07) 377560

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This is a great photo from the Public Theater's website. It's actually from a scene from the play.

 Anonymous (8b07) 377564

Also I think this is what he was talking about: the lighting and stuff.

 RoboZ!!WgliWyVQRI 377565

This is when the dark shadow in the back told Chloë if she soak a tampon in vodka and insert it she can get wasted without anyone knowing. And Chloë said "umm… that is disgusting…"

 Anonymous (7ca8) 377616

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Another picture of the play from The Public Theater's website.

 Penguin!ChloeG2xkw 377617

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 Anonymous (2722) 377642

What the? Who was the dark shadow and why was Chloë told that?

 Anonymous (d32d) 377648

 RoboZ!!WgliWyVQRI 377698

He was the shooter and this scene is Chloë trying to remember a past event. He use to deliver pizza to her house and creep on her and her friends. So people think she "knows" him and maybe helped him in some way, and that's why the foundation refuse to pay her family and the kids don't want her to go back to school. Cruel little bastards

 Anonymous (a549) 377699

Will they ever sell a recorded version of the play? Like when live showings are over?

 Ezra!No.7//JDvE 377701

We can dream. You think they would try to capitalize some with a limited dvd/bluray release of their more popular plays at least.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 377705


>IMHO it's the best acting she's ever done.

Can't wait now until If I Stay and The Equalizer as Chloë's level of acting will be on the same level as this play in both of those movies. Her performances in both now will definitely be her best ever.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 377711

Review of The Library from one of the people that saw it the day of the Talkback.


 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 377836

>Can't wait now until If I Stay and The Equalizer as Chloë's level of acting will be on the same level as this play in both of those movies
Why would that be the case?

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 378889

The plot of this play reminds me a bit of that movie Jagten/The Hunt with Mads Mikkelsen.

 Anonymous (dc09) 378981

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Anyone has an explanation of why the dude on the left has to be so stiff? He looks really awkward. It reminded me of Bungie's E3 conference

 natpurpleshirt (32a9) 379280

will there ever be a video of this play? i would like to see it

 chloebrazil (537e) 379284

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 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 379597

Soderbergh and Scott Z Burns talk about The Library (preview)

 Penguin!ChloeG2xkw 380152

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 Anonymous (b9b5) 380197

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Thanks listening to it now.

 尧哥 尧哥 (900e) 380689


 subject这个词什么意思 尧哥 (900e) 380692

nice nice 空尼奇瓦

 Anonymous (b9b5) 380780

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From this dude

>Superb acting, great play, speaking of which…I def thought she was a manikin lying on the stage

 Tanner (ea43) 380885

One question, can you always see and take a photo with her in the backstage after the play or it's a ramdom thing?

 Tanner (1ab7) 381270

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Please, anybody knows it?

 Anonymous (3748) 381321

No. You can never be certain that Chloë will come out and greet her fans, taking pictures and/or signing stuff.

You can only hope she does, and as we have seen from the many fan pictures so far, it seems very likely that she will.

But never expect it to be certain.

 Tanner (1ab7) 381385

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 Joel (fa63) 381889

The link is not working… http://audiour.com/dlyqdbaj
Please update it or provide a new link because I would really like to hear the play, if not see it!

 Joel (fa63) 381894

The audio recording link, which is at the top, is not working! Please fix it as soon as possible…

 Guppy (a239) 382112

 Joel (fa63) 382251

>>375105 >>381894
Anybody have a opinion on which audio file is better?
There are two links given in the thread…

 Guppy (a239) 382255

sendspace, the soundcloud version would of been re-encoded

 Tanner (a914) 382324

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I have a ticket for 24th April on the row E. From Iceland to New York!

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 382325

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>From Iceland to New York!

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 Mike (8b07) 382643

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I saw The Library today and met Chloë! I don't know why I was so nervous about beforehand, she's really so incredibly relaxed and friendly. This is going to sound stupid: but she seems so normal: almost humble in real life.
Our meet was quiet brief (obviously) but I asked her a couple of questions and I told her a little about myself and she seemed genuinely interested and she was glad I enjoyed the play. I asked her to sign my playbill and then she asked if I wanted a picture…and I was like thinking like "F*ck yeah"…but urrggg…I somehow screwed up our picture! F*ck me!
O.K. So to help out anyone else going: She comes out to the right of the box office: there is this roped area you stand in till she comes. She comes out pretty quickly after the show: I'd say within 10 minutes. First Teri & Trevor then she comes out.
Also at least when I went: the security were very strict about paying customers only: you could only get on the line if you had your playbill and the head security guy even checked some people's tickets. Which I was pleased with: I mean people who took the time and money to appreciate the amazing job she did should not have to fight for a spot with people who simply want a picture with a famous person or some autograph that they want to sell on eBay.
So Cheers! to all ChloBros! and F*ck Off! to all you "graphers" or what-ever you call yourselves. Chloë is no piece of meat!

 Anonymous (7ca8) 382670


>you could only get on the line if you had your playbill and the head security guy even checked some people's tickets.

Wouldn't be surprised if Chloë found out what this guy did and after that asked them to step up on the security by randomly checking tickets.


 Tanner (a914) 382721

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Thank you for the info. There were many people waiting for her?

 Mike (8b07) 382736

There was a line but not too long. But it definitely could vary. Also there are other things to account for: there is the amount of time taken by each person and the total time she is there (which isn't that long)…. I'd say it's pretty reasonable…not too crazy or anything.

 Anonymous (d6a9) 382779


>but I asked her a couple of questions

So what did you ask her? Thanks for sharing, btw. Also, how did you screw up the picture lol.

 Mike (8b07) 382796

1. I asked her some random stupid stuff.
2. I took it really bad: blurry with only half her face in it.

 RoboZ!!WgliWyVQRI 382835

Wow that is bad lol
>you could only get on the line if you had your playbill and the head security guy even checked some people's tickets.
I'm glad they'er doing that. They didn't do that when I was there and I thought that was a bit of a security hazard

 Anonymous (501d) 384514

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Very positive review of The Library from a critic.

>one of the most culturally relevant, provocative and unapologetically unsettling dramas of the season has quietly opened at the Public Theater.

>Moretz convincingly depicts Caitlin's strength and resolve in spite of doubt and despair.

>"The Library" is the kind of play that ought to have a talkback session at the end of every performance. After sitting through it, you are eager to continue the discussion and engage with others. And that's probably what its creators were going for.


 jbolt (3ea9) 384546

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Now that the play is open to Critics and the Public it would be awesome if someone could rerecord audio or at all video of the play so that we can all hear the improvement and/or changes made. I wish I could go back and see it again, but it is just too far to fly to see it for the 3rd time.

 Anonymous (501d) 384579

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Newsday not thrilled with the play but did like at least one thing about it.

>But there is something wonderful in the center of the drama, and that is the radiant, delicately powerful talent of Chloë Grace Moretz. The rising teen movie star – like director and author, also in her New York stage debut – is altogether believable and complicated as Caitlin, a student badly injured in the shooting spree in the library. Instead of sympathy, however, she is accused of having told the shooter where schoolmates were hiding.


The Daily News didn't care for it either, but liked Chloë.

>High school sophomore Caitlin (Moretz, believable and affecting in her New York stage debut)


 Anonymous (501d) 384583

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The NY Post gives it mixed reviews though more on the positive side.

>socially inept Caitlin, whom Moretz plays with aching vulnerability.


 Anonymous (501d) 384584

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The negative reviews are adding up. Fortunately, all good on the Chloë front so far.

>While Westfeldt and Tunie both dignify their scenes with more conviction than they merit, the main gravitas comes from Moretz. With intelligence and restraint, she conveys the anger, confusion and self-doubt, the secretiveness and raw vulnerability of adolescence throughout an ordeal in which Caitlin is largely alone.


 Anonymous (501d) 384598

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Lavish praise for Chloë:

>Steven Soderbergh brings stagecraft to a thin play, in a production anchored by Chloë Grace Moretz's superb lead performance.

>The prodigiously talented Moretz (the vengeful heroine of the made-over “Carrie”) commands the stage as Caitlin Gabriel


 jbolt (c220) 384657

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 384699

>Seventeen-year-old Chloë Grace Moretz, whose film credits include Hugo and the 2013 remake of Carrie, relays both Caitlin's shock and confusion, as well as her determination not to let others convince her that she is delusional or immoral.


 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 384703

>Moretz's Caitlin Gabriel is the bad girl in this scenario carried forth on nonstop cable news, and the actress's fine performance, a stage debut, helps to keep us intrigued, if not always sympathetic.


 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 384705

seems like a net positive for me. And I strongly disagree with the negative reviews (unlike the ones for the last few films she did)

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 384713

>Soderbergh's greatest success is in cleanly presenting a story that is not so cut-and-dried. Thanks to an incredibly sympathetic performance by Moretz, you never leave Caitlin's side, even when it becomes apparent that she's not telling the whole truth. (What 16-year-old does?)

> The result, as Soderbergh must have intended, is like a wet blanket thrown over a fire, dousing emotion in favor of thought. It’s an effect intensified by the small-bore — indeed movielike — underplaying of the cast. You can sense them doing excellent work, especially the enchanting Chloë Grace Moretz as Caitlin, and Jennifer Westfeldt and Michael O’Keefe as her parents.

 "The Library" Kerry Wolfert (7829) 385291

I flew from St. Louis to see this play and was absolutely blown away by Ms. Moretz. I have found her acting to be uneven at times in the past but never doubted that she had talent, chalking her weaker moments on screen up to her youth. But she was completely commanding in her role as Caitlen. Kudos to her for a brilliant performance.

 Incident over the weekend Kevin Gochez (f774) 385765

I somehow convinced my dad to drive four hours to New York and take me to go see The Library today. After the play I waited for about a half hour for Chloë to come out. I asked the security guy and he said he had personally escorted Chloë out of the building.

She will no longer be coming out for pictures and autographs due to an incident that occurred over the weekend.

 The Library Mark (6f5e) 385798

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Went to see this on Sunday 4/13/14. I thought Chloë was great.

 Anonymous (b9b5) 385881

Is that all the guard told you? That there was an incident? Did someone try to grab her or something?

 Tanner (e831) 385888

Nooooooooo! I have a ticket for the next week, this is a really bad news.

 Guppy (a239) 385889

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 Anonymous (b830) 385920

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 386016

thanks for that
good interview

 Anonymous (9a79) 386063

The reviews are still very mixed but Chloë continues to get praise.

>‘The Library’ Making his debut on the New York stage, the film director Steven Soderbergh floods the opening minutes of Scott Z. Burns’s new play, about a high school massacre, with toxic dread. Unfortunately, what follows has such bluntness that the audience stays well ahead of the script. The young movie star Chloë Grace Moretz is terrific as an injured, guilt-plagued student


(2/3 down the page)

 incident Kevin Gochez (e749) 386153

yea thats all the guard said. didn't get into specifics only that there was an "incident"

The play was still great tho, it was worth the long drive.

 Re: Incident Mike (8b07) 386250

Hey Kevin. Thanks for the info. But just to be sure did the guard state explicitly that Chloë wouldn't be coming out to meet fans?

 Nooooooo!!!!! Nick (8b07) 386410

Oh… No… Sh*t… F*ck me!
I have tickets for this week also… and I was soooooo looking forward to meeting her…
Can anyone else corroborate this? Has anyone seen her after the show, since Saturday/12th?
(I noticed actually the last Instagram post with a fan was that date)

 Kevin (e4fb) 386449

Yeah, he said she will no longer be coming out to meet fans. I think i may have heard him say "anytime soon" but I'm not too sure i heard it right. The play was still great. I'm thinking of going again next weekend to see if this has changed.

 Anonymous (8b07) 386607


I wonder what this "incident" was. Must of been pretty bad.
I hate these fucking weirdos…doing this shit.
1. Obviously for her: A sweet girls like Chloë shouldn't have to deal with this crap.
2. Also for us fans: I mean I think she would make herself much more accessible to her fans if it weren't for these pervs…. like I'm sure a lot of ppl seeing the play would like to meet her and stuff but they can't b/c of one person…

All assholes, pervs and weirdos….PLEASE LEAVE HER ALONE!!!

 BigDaddy (8437) 386631

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This stuff really annoys me. Chloë loves her fans but if her fans are going to continue doing this stuff then she will stop doing these photos and autographs with us.
Hope its only a temporary thing, and the incident wasn't serious.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 386632

We don't know if the incident involved Chloë at all. It is all speculation and so far a rumor spread by one individual on Twitter.

Could be many reasons that The Public Theater put a stop to Chloë coming out and greeting fans.

 Anonymous (ed94) 386638

>We don't know if the incident involved Chloë at all
I think it does, because this guy took a picture with the other actor who's in the play with Chloë


Later he said, that Chloë couldn't come out due to an incident earlier that day (this was 1 week ago).


 Anonymous (7ca8) 386640


>an incident earlier

He said an issue which thanks to the rumor mill seems to have now become an "incident".

 Anonymous (ed94) 386643

Well, I guess nothing happened and she doesn't come out now because of reasons.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 386647

Maybe as more and more fans kept showing up after each performance getting a picture with them all became too time consuming. Possible it was taking Chloë an extra 30 minutes and Trevor and Teri didn't like waiting around so long for Chloë.

 Anonymous (8b07) 386664


No it's not just a rumor. The other actors come out and do autographs and according to Kevin's post: he spoke to one of the guards (see post)

 Taylor H (8a7c) 386739

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I just got back from New york and I saw the Library on the 16th, It was incredible, the lighting was out of this world and Chloë was just magnificent. I waited in the lobby to meet her afterwards but she didnt come out, understandably tho coz Julian and most of her bros were there. Met a nice lad and his mum in the que they were gonna get her to sign a copy of the 5th wave. Even tho I didnt meet her, it was a terrific experience and the Q&A after was fun. Chloë is a very funny person. Heres a pic i took in my seat at the show. sneakily :D

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 386752

Why didn't you get a seat in the front though?

 Anonymous (7ca8) 386866

It is looking less and less likely that a bootleg of this play will appear on the internet now that there are so few shows left.

Guess those that couldn't see the play will have to settle for the audio recording.

Maybe it just wasn't popular enough and the critics opinion didn't help. Or maybe the security is so high nobody could sneak a camera in to the theater.

 Anonymous (803e) 386919

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Security is pretty high and the ushers stop you from even taking photos before the play starts. It is not too dark in the theater and there are multiple ushers so it would be easy to get caught if you did have a camera. That is why I didn't even try to sneak photos or bother recording video. I had to settle with recording the audio as you can keep your phone in your seat for that.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 386930

Makes sense that Chloë was furious that the play was recorded when someone told her about it. They invested so much of the budget into security to try and make sure that didn't happen.

 Freako95 (b16b) 387014

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Where can I find this recording?
I'd love to hear the story. To bad I live in europe and can't see the play myself :(

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 387121

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 Niceguy1197 (8b07) 387161


I saw the Library last night. Very intense. Chloë was awesome.
(A great idea I had: If you're going alone and you're in a back/isle seat make sure to ask to be sent to the front. Sometimes they'll do it if they have an extra in front, they'll move you to give room for late-comers.)

They did a talk-back after the show. Chloë and the rest of the cast didn't come…Urggg… . It was Steven Soderberg, Scott Bruns and Val Schnurr: who was a victim at Columbine and who's story the play was based on. It was very interesting.

Unfortunately Chloë did not come out after to sign play-bills.

 Qud!!Ho5bQcmJhc 387260

I saw The Library last night as well, so I figured I'd throw my two cents in here.
I knew Chloë would be lying on a table before the play started – what I didn't know is that my seat (in the front row) was literally less than five feet from said table. I was awestruck just sitting there looking at her from that close up. It didn't feel real.
The play was very intense as most of you know, and Chloë's performance was mind-blowing. Being up front, I could see every nuance in her facial expressions and she was absolutely convincing. Some of the other actors paled in comparison her father especially but Chloë sold the story so completely that it was almost frightening at points. It became increasingly difficult to bite my tongue and not yell out in her character's defense; the crying scenes in which she calls her friend on the phone were quite disturbing as well. Obviously, she killed it.
I thought the play in general was solid. As an English major, I especially enjoyed the references to "Winesburg, Ohio," a book which approaches similar themes in a profound manner, exploring the nature of truth and its impact on the paths our lives take.

TL;DR: Great play, great Chloë, a good time all around

 Qud!!Ho5bQcmJhc 387271


The audience mostly consisted of older people, as other bros have mentioned. There was an older couple that sat to my left who obviously had no idea who Chloë was or what the play was about. The husband was leafing through his playbill when he joked, "Oh, it's about gun violence. We better get out of here." By the end, however, he clapped quite enthusiastically and seemed to be on the verge of tears. On my right was a mountain of a man with apparent respiration problems, as he breathed at approximately 200 decibels the entire time. That was annoying at first, but once the play started and Chloë began talking it was much easier to focus.
I was surprised at how much humor was in the writing. Most of the "funny" lines drew on a disturbing sense of dark irony, and all such lines were delivered by Chloë. The ease with which she spoke these difficult lines was very impressive and seemed so natural. The audience laughed when they were supposed to and gasped collectively at the right moments. The overall pacing of the play felt consistent and proper for the subject matter.
I stuck around for the post-show discussion just long enough to make sure Chloë wasn't coming out, and then I went back to the lobby. I waited for about 10 minutes in the vain hope that she would come out and greet people, but no such luck.
Once again, I have to say Chloë was breathtaking. There were several scenes where she stood/walked on the stage not even three feet in front of my face. Seeing her from that close up is something I will never forget. Her performance was a testament to her raw talent and ability, and seeing that in person was truly an honor.

 D3K!!/pUIKZt4A. 387272

Nice, thanks.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 387285


>Most of the "funny" lines drew on a disturbing sense of dark irony, and all such lines were delivered by Chloë.

That doesn't surprise me as that is the kind of role Chloë goes for.

Laggies is supposed to have a dark sense of humor as well.

 Playbill Mark (6f5e) 387404

Chloë tweeted this 23h ago. She was very pissed that someone put a "The Library" playbill she signed on eBay. It sold for $107.50.

Chloë Grace Moretz ‏@ChloeGMoretz · 23h
Urgh not cool when I sign someone's play bill thinking it's because they came to see it, then they just sell it online. Not cool at all

 Anonymous (b830) 387449


is anyone able to access this video review?
does it contain rehearsal footage or such like?

 Anonymous (7ca8) 387496


You have to be a Time Warner Cable customer to view the video. An American Chlobro with that cable company would have to access it.

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 Tanner (e14b) 388315

Today at 19:30 I will be seeing Chloë, I'm excited.

 Mike (8b07) 388316


Awesome! FYI though, She doesn't come out after anymore

 Tanner (e14b) 388323

I know, but I'll have enough with see her on the stage. Anyway, I'll wait outside for a while just in case.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 388335


Chloë won't be exiting the front and main entrance to the theater. But if you know where the stage entrance/exit is and you can wait in front of it there you might be able to catch her as she is leaving.

 Mike (8b07) 388435


Sorry…But nope I tried that when I saw the play…There is a parking garage on the side that you cant get into, where she gets into a car.

 Tanner (e14b) 388471

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Damn, only her fictional father and mother came out after the play, so I don't have a photo with her. During the play I was in the fourth row so it was great to have Chloë just ten feet away and her perfomance was outstanding.

 RoboZ!!WgliWyVQRI 388495

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cutest white blurry shape I've ever seen

 Tanner (e14b) 388548

I took the photo with the phone, it was dark and it was prohibited to take pictures, so I did the best I could.

 RoboZ!!WgliWyVQRI 388613

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I know, im no judging. love the pic, brought back all the memories of seeing her up close.
Thanks for the picture!

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 390122

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Okay, so I finally, after all those trials and tribulations, was privileged enough to witness this spectacle. The very last show, in fact.

It was a packed house. Not a single vacant seat in the entire auditorium. Always nice to see.

First things first - Chloë was… I'm trying to think of a superlative adjective that can properly capture how brilliant her performance was, and for once I'm at a loss for words, so let's just stick with 'brilliant'. This is, bar none, the best acting I've seen her do. I thought her previous peak was Let Me In, but this performance blew that right out of the water. This was the first time in since Hick that Chloë had the opportunity to really build a character from the ground up and make it her own, and she owned it so thoroughly. I think even the people who were introduced to her through Carrie (where, I will concede, her performance sometimes felt a bit labored, like she was trying too hard to carry the weight of a character who had already been brought to life generations earlier), would have come out of this show with a whole new opinion of her. I never felt more of an emotional connection with one of Chloë's characters than I did with Caitlin Gabriel. This girl was in no way exceptional, but really just trying to keep from choking on the shit sandwich life had served up to her, and Chloë did an impeccable job of harnessing that energy of someone struggling against the undertow. The feeling of someone seeing the foundations of her life just collapse was amazingly lifelike. There were two scenes after which I was choking back tears. I felt for this girl the way I never felt for Luli McMullen or for Carrie White because she did basically everything that was in her capacity as a totally normal American teenager to do, and handled things exactly the way I think anyone in her situation would have, but still felt her life quickly be turned into something unrecognizable. There wasn't a single sour note in her performance, which was remarkable given how heavy the subject matter was. I can't imagine what it must've been like for her to go out and have to go through the wringer 8 times a week for a solid month.

The rest of the cast was solid. Much better than I found myself thinking after hearing the audio recording. The father (Michael O'Keefe) seemed most improved. He matched Chloë's intensity in the scenes they shared this time, as opposed to playing a bit too calm on the recording. If there was a weak link, it was Jennifer Westfeldt who came across as a tad cloying at times, though I think that had more to do with the way her lines were written than the way she delivered them. Lili Taylor was oddly sympathetic as the putative antagonist of the story. She never came across as villainous, which worked in the play's favor. Instead, she handled things the only way she knew how, just as Caitlin did, but in her grief over the death of her daughter, became vulnerable to forces that exploited the tragedy and allowed her greatest failing (her reliance on religious faith as her sole moral guide) become her defining characteristic.

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 390123

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As for the play itself, I remain convinced that those who reviewed it negatively either focused too much on the narrative depth (the plot was simple, yes, but simplicity can be a strength) and not nearly enough on the emotional depth. The point of Burns' narrative was to put the audience at eye level with characters trying to struggle with a tragedy that they had no real way of comprehending. We've all dealt with loss, but few have really seen their lives so thoroughly upended as these characters. There's little closure to be had at the end of the play, but that's by design. There's a distilled existentialist message at the heart of this story - one that some (and I think this is true of those who responded badly to it) would wrongly interpret as nihilistic. The heroine grasps in vain for meaning in a world that appears cold and indifferent to who she is as a human being. Every attempt at trying to reconcile what she knew and what was taught to her growing up has failed her because, at the end of the day, there's no real meaning to be found in a senseless act of violence. And when you're the victim of such an act, the only reasonable thing to do is to just keep pressing forward and hope for a light at the end of the tunnel. This is a message that's made explicit in the last scene. I'm not sure I agree with the decision to spell it out for the audience in such a way, but I can understand why Burns did it. In a play that sometimes teeters on the precipice of misery porn, it might be too much to ask of the audience to walk out of the theater thinking rationally about what the subtext might be.

The script seems to have been sharpened a bit since that audio was leaked. Dawn Sheridan is introduced right at the beginning of the play and you hear her tell of how she learned of her daughter's death, which makes her character significantly more sympathetic. The tone and intensity of a couple of scenes was also amplified, which offered Chloë an extra opportunity to showcase her range. The lighting was very well-used. Especially the harsh white fluorescence during the interrogation scene.

Play grade: A-
Chloë grade: A+++++++++ ad infinitum

I should also note that at the close, when the cast took their bows, Chloë had a huge and very sincere smile on her face. I don't know if this was the case after every performance or if she was just glad to be finished with the project. But it amazed me to see someone able to just shake off such a weighty play. I was still shivering a bit after curtains.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 390129


>The script seems to have been sharpened a bit since that audio was leaked.

Those were previews. It was expected that they would do a script rewrite for the real shows on and after opening night.

Good thing actually that you missed the first time as just seeing a preview would have meant you wouldn't see the real play and Chloë at her best.

 chloedevotee!d.rSWgfMhc 390216

Thanks for your review bro, it's amazing

…feeling a little bad, cuz I will never see that play :(

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 390233

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Great review Tunt

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 390276

One more thing I should point out.
Chloë has really mastered the art of using body language to emote. This was most noticeable between lines, when she was listening to others speak. You don't really get to see that often times in film, since the camera tends to focus in on the faces of whoever is speaking. But in theater, this becomes extremely important. There are no stand-ins, so the actors all need to remain active at all times. Chloë did a wonderful job filling those moments with very genuine movement. Those moments of great distress and discomfort for Caitlin were 100% real.

 Anonymous (7ca8) 390280


Makes me wonder how incredible Trevor would have been on Broadway if he didn't give up acting to train Chloë considering how well he successfully trained Chloë to be a master of the theater for this play.

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 390285

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If the talent weren't there in spades, it wouldn't matter. Chloë's understanding of emotion and subtext is as good as I've ever seen in actress her age. Probably better, in fact. If she didn't have that understanding, there would only have been so much Trevor or any other coach could do for her.
It's no different than with athletes. A great coach can cover up a decent player's weaknesses and turn them into productive parts of a winning team. But it's impossible to turn a player with average talent into a superstar.

 Anonymous (d97a) 390306

>>390276 she has done one play and u all FAP like she is some Thespian master of the ages at 17. She has 5 films coming out between now and the Oscars. Lets see if she makes the cut to the next level.
As for the play Chloë did what she could to make it better in her 1st play, most of the reviews said the same things. Chloë good for 1st play, play sucked. But none of the reviewers gush with wet panties like you folk do. BREATH!!!!!!!

 nospinepls!!XglPqi7PwA 390307

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This guy has a point. Don't get blinded.

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 390308

>play sucked

Did you see it?

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 390309

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What point is that?

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 390319

I've seen enough live theater to know she was great.

 !No.7//JDvE 390324


>most of the reviews said the same things.

>Chloë good for 1st play

>for 1st play
None of the reviews said that and I read at least a dozen.

>play sucked

MOST of the reviews said the opposite.

What a bonehead set of statements based on statistics clearly pulled from your ass as if we wouldn't call you out on it.

If an overall grade of B- based on 14 reviews correlates to "play sucked" to you then I don't know what planet you are from.

 Anonymous (d97a) 390357

what all those B's is clearly some major asskissing to the director Steven Soderbergh way. Very biased. probably some of the C's too. ""I've seen enough live theater to know she was great."" Please pass the Grey Poupon. This knave does not know the arts as we doo, is that not right Mr. Snookims. Only one person got it (nispinepls) Don't get blinded.

 Cornelius Tunt IV (077d) 390358

You're an idiot. Not worth responding to.

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 390374

 GG!Mu5DJ1d1S. 390589

 Anonymous (2c54) 390684

but seeing the preview means that you wouldve met her

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