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My name is Rachael. My friends and I went an hour and a half early to meet Nick Jonas at the stage door of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. He walked towards us on the street with a Starbucks in his hand and only 2 security guards. He stopped to sign and take pictures with every single person too! I didn’t have anything with me to have him sign, so I asked if he could autograph my iphone case and he did! Then, after the show, we left 5 minutes early to get a good spot by the stage door. We were in the front row and Nick came out and remembered us! He stopped to sign and take a picture with everyone. It was amazing to meet him! He is so down to earth and adorable! He did great in the show too.

  • l?veislouder

    I’m just wondering, my dear loveislouder, do you stay in a cinema until the end and watch all the credits of a movie? Because, you know it’d be rude and disrespectful to all the people that worked hard in that movie if you did not stay
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    lol, you won’t believe me, but I actually do. just a habit of mine, but I do.

  • l?veislouder

    or 3) it’s just your wishful thinking and he looks at you like at any other by-passer
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    that would be an option if I were just any other by-passer. too bad I’m not.

  • l?veislouder

    Yeah, Shoshana is the best. I originally met her at Jenn Gambatese’s wedding, and she wouldn’t stop talking about how much she loves all her fans. All of the Broadway actors that I’ve encountered as a fan, or as a cast mate are all so amazing. So down to earth. The whole “let’s put a celebrity on Broadway” thing is really getting to me though. Especially since the people going to see the celebrity don’t care about anything but them. I highly doubt that there are over 10 people on this site that know who Shoshana is, and it’s ridiculous. And the ones that do, are probabaly the ones that say “ZOMG I luv Wicked wit dat girl who played Rachels mom in glee.”

    What’s the matter with kids today? (Sorry, I just had to)
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    that’s what I love about Broadway. they have their own celebrity world that no one besides Broadway fans know. I mean, I could walk down the street and see Selena Gomez and know who she is, even if I’m not a fan, but you really have to be fans of Broadway actors to recognize them. I saw Tammy Blanchard in Gypsy more than once and I didn’t recognize her in How to Succeed. I only realized it was her when she spoke, and I was so excited. Broadway actors are just the best :) they have the best of both worlds, in my eyes. they get to do what they love, they have the fans who appreciate them and their work, but as soon as they step away from the theatre, they have a quiet life and they’re not bothered by paparazzi or tabloids. that would be ideal to me.

  • Anonymous

    l?veislouder said:

    I’m just wondering, my dear loveislouder, do you stay in a cinema until the end and watch all the credits of a movie? Because, you know it’d be rude and disrespectful to all the people that worked hard in that movie if you did not stay
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    lol, you won’t believe me, but I actually do. just a habit of mine, but I do.
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    i love you now. I do too, i’m always the last person in the room, along with the cleaning guys, haha

  • Anonymous

    That’s one of the many reasons why I chose to do Stage Acting instead of screen. Broadway fans are so loyal. Right now I’m working my way up from Ensemble to lead (which I don’t mind, as I get around $1600 a week for the shows I do), and when I come out of the Stage Door, everyone is so excited to see me, even though they didn’t recognize me. The fans have respect for the actors working their asses off 8 times a week (I literally worked my ass off in the Ensemble of Anything Goes). They don’t just think we have a nice voice or a pretty face.

  • l?veislouder

    i love you now. I do too, i’m always the last person in the room, along with the cleaning guys, haha
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    haha yepp, same here!

  • l?veislouder

    That’s one of the many reasons why I chose to do Stage Acting instead of screen. Broadway fans are so loyal. Right now I’m working my way up from Ensemble to lead (which I don’t mind, as I get around $1600 a week for the shows I do), and when I come out of the Stage Door, everyone is so excited to see me, even though they didn’t recognize me. The fans have respect for the actors working their asses off 8 times a week (I literally worked my ass off in the Ensemble of Anything Goes). They don’t just think we have a nice voice or a pretty face.
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    I was backstage at How to Succeed, bringing my friend food, and I walked out and some fans were like, “hi!” and I was like, “oh.. hi” it was cute. I didn’t wanna put them down like, “I’m not in the show” because they were young, but it was cute to see that they’ll talk to someone other than Nick. and I always wondered what Ensemble people were paid, so thank you for answering that :)
    I just saw an “Anything Goes” performance on Jimmy Fallon for his “Broadway Week” and I thought it was AMAZING! it was so cute and clever, and I loved the tap-dancing. not to mention, the sailor outfits lol. what show are you working on now?

  • classicalmusicplayer

    I prob do the same but yes I admit it’s rude. I’m going see the show in two weeks and I’ve been contiplating the best way to get his autograph…

  • classicalmusicplayer

    @Rachieee547 How long did you have to wait after the show?

  • l?veislouder

    I prob do the same but yes I admit it’s rude. I’m going see the show in two weeks and I’ve been contiplating the best way to get his autograph…
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    I’ve actually answered the question for you at least three times, but I guess you don’t go back to those posts.

    the best way is to go before the show. he shows up an hour and a half before showtime, so show up two and a half hours before, maybe three to be safe. if you have to go after though, he comes out about half an hour after the show (unless it’s a two-show day, then he only comes out after the second show). it depends on how long he takes to change, and how many people he has to meet inside.

  • classicalmusicplayer

    I’ve actually answered the question for you at least three times, but I guess you don’t go back to those posts.

    the best way is to go before the show. he shows up an hour and a half before showtime, so show up two and a half hours before, maybe three to be safe. if you have to go after though, he comes out about half an hour after the show (unless it’s a two-show day, then he only comes out after the second show). it depends on how long he takes to change, and how many people he has to meet inside.

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    No sorry I usually don’t go back because I usually just forget. But thanks all the great advice!!!! It will help very much :-)

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, Shoshana is the best. I originally met her at Jenn Gambatese’s wedding, and she wouldn’t stop talking about how much she loves all her fans. All of the Broadway actors that I’ve encountered as a fan, or as a cast mate are all so amazing. So down to earth. The whole “let’s put a celebrity on Broadway” thing is really getting to me though. Especially since the people going to see the celebrity don’t care about anything but them. I highly doubt that there are over 10 people on this site that know who Shoshana is, and it’s ridiculous. And the ones that do, are probabaly the ones that say “ZOMG I luv Wicked wit dat girl who played Rachels mom in glee.”

    What’s the matter with kids today? (Sorry, I just had to)

  • l?veislouder

    No sorry I usually don’t go back because I usually just forget. But thanks all the great advice!!!! It will help very much :-)
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    you’re welcome, good luck!! :)
    and don’t leave the show early, it’s rude! lol

  • Anonymous

    @Rachieee527
    loveislouder wouldn’t do that, because:

    2. Nick Jonas has a secret crush on her.
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    Really? Details! lol

  • Anonymous

    Haha that’s sweet. Appreciation is the way to an actor’s heart. Especially since the majority of the time, actors get none.

    Yeah. The dancing is absolutely insane. My friends and I decided to try to put ice packs inside our sailor costumes once. We almost got fired.

    I might be joining the cast of Spiderman as an Ensemble Member/swing for Mary Jane and Miss Arrow, but I don’t think I’m that desperate, so I’m looking for some other work. Maybe doing a tour or something. The reason why actors cry at their last performance is because they know that they’re gonna have to do the starving artist thing all over again until they become Liza Minelli.

  • classicalmusicplayer

    you’re welcome, good luck!! :)
    and don’t leave the show early, it’s rude! lol

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    Lol thanks! I’ll wait till the curtan hits the stage!

  • l?veislouder

    Really? Details! lol
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    someone was convinced that Nick was in love with Demi based on a look he gave her, and supplied a GIF as proof of the look. I disagreed, saying that Nick gives me the same look when he sees me. now based on that, there are two options:
    1) it was just a (friendly) look, and Nick and Demi had only platonic feelings for each other – my suggestion
    2) Nick was in love with Demi, and is now in love with me – their suggestion

    I admit Nick could have had a small crush on Demi, but I think that came when the guys had just met her/were just getting to know her, which was before this “look” ever happened. but hey, if fans support a me and Nick J relationship, I’ll go with it ;)

  • Anonymous

    It’s truly a nice thing that Nick goes out to meet his fans every night. His part looks so strenuous and especially on two show days, he must just want to go home.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t care what any of you say about wanting to meet Nick or whatever. I am a professional stage actress and a member of AEA, and nothing, not even cell phones, is more rude than someone walking out of the show 5 minutes before its over. It looks like you didn’t come to see the show. Why sit through 2 hours of a show only to leave right before it ends? To meet a celebrity? That’s just rude and a BIG “fuck you” to all of the other actors, and techies for that matter, who have worked their entire lives to do what they do. And honestly, I’m sure Nick wouldn’t like hearing that you left early to “get a good spot in line” when A) you already met him; B) He makes sure to sign everyone’s autograph; and C) he is also one of those actors on stage who loves telling a story every night, no matter how tiring it may be.

    But hey, I’m not the one who spent $20-$200 to not see the entire show. That’s your problem.

  • Anonymous

    THANK YOU!! Will you marry me?

  • l?veislouder

    I don’t care what any of you say about wanting to meet Nick or whatever. I am a professional stage actress and a member of AEA, and nothing, not even cell phones, is more rude than someone walking out of the show 5 minutes before its over. It looks like you didn’t come to see the show. Why sit through 2 hours of a show only to leave right before it ends? To meet a celebrity? That’s just rude and a BIG “fuck you” to all of the other actors, and techies for that matter, who have worked their entire lives to do what they do. And honestly, I’m sure Nick wouldn’t like hearing that you left early to “get a good spot in line” when A) you already met him; B) He makes sure to sign everyone’s autograph; and C) he is also one of those actors on stage who loves telling a story every night, no matter how tiring it may be.

    But hey, I’m not the one who spent $20-$200 to not see the entire show. That’s your problem.
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  • l?veislouder

    THANK YOU!! Will you marry me?
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    I’m already engaged! but we can keep it a secret ;) lol

  • l?veislouder

    Lol thanks! I’ll wait till the curtan hits the stage!
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    good girl *thumbs up* ;) lol

  • Anonymous

    Haha. I won’t tell my husband if you don’t tell your fiancé :)

    I honestly shouldn’t have gotten that upset though. If people are going to see a show just because a celebrity is in it, they are obviously the same people that leave right after said celebrity gives them an autograph. One of the times I stage doored Hairspray, Ashley Parker Angel played Link, Alexa Vega played Penny, and the mean neighbor from Hannah Montana played Edna, and after they finished signing, everyone left, even though the girl that played Tracy didn’t come out yet. My friends and I were the only ones that stayed for her. AND, it was freaking Shoshana Bean!! She had to play Tracy wearing a fat suit, and she got no respect. Pathetic.

  • l?veislouder

    Haha. I won’t tell my husband if you don’t tell your fiancé :)

    I honestly shouldn’t have gotten that upset though. If people are going to see a show just because a celebrity is in it, they are obviously the same people that leave right after said celebrity gives them an autograph. One of the times I stage doored Hairspray, Ashley Parker Angel played Link, Alexa Vega played Penny, and the mean neighbor from Hannah Montana played Edna, and after they finished signing, everyone left, even though the girl that played Tracy didn’t come out yet. My friends and I were the only ones that stayed for her. AND, it was freaking Shoshana Bean!! She had to play Tracy wearing a fat suit, and she got no respect. Pathetic.
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    aww Shoshana Bean! I met her when she took over as Elphaba after Idina Menzel. I had given her my address and she sent me a note, which I thought was so kind of her :)
    one time I stage doored for Daniel (this was before I had connections at the theatre lol) and he came out before John Larroquette (which was very unlike him to do), and when he left, the crowd started to leave, and I was like, “you’re not gonna stay for J.B. Biggley?!” John Larroquette was so funny, I was not going to not see him! he’s so nice too, and I got a picture with him that day :)
    but I’ve gotten to know almost every cast member and a lot of the crew down at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre, and I’m so thankful for it. they’re all such wonderful people, and I tell them to have a good show everyday. in fact, I’m pretty sure my favorite dancer is about to grant me a restraining order lol. he’s on vacation now in China, and when I heard, I told the guard, “he did this just to get away from me!” lol. but yeah, Nick may be the star, but the show wouldn’t exist without every single other worker at that theatre, and I hate that people don’t realize that. it’s so disrespectful to just get up and leave, and not just to the “little people”, but to Nick himself! I just don’t understand people -___-

  • back2december

    Aw. Nick is the best.

  • Anonymous

    If people they all want to think in your way no positive change is made in the world. Sorry for giving moral lecture by the way !
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    I’m not saying I don’t want a change in the world, and that I support disrespectful peole. What I’m saying is that most people won’t take advice from a stranger in a gossip site.

  • Anonymous

    people* on*

  • Anonymous

    Rachieee527 said:

    Hahahaha I bet. She is just jealous. I hope she meets Nick one day though and understands the excitement behind it all
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    I am :( i live in australia, the place the jonas brothers refuse to come to.

  • Rachieee527

    ahh that sucks! but they will come there one day! hopefully on this next album they will visit :) I am jealous that you live in australia! haha

  • l?veislouder

    That is me in that picture. And me and my friends were the ones who left (like I said) only 5 minutes early to get a good spot to meet Nick. I understand what you mean about being disrespectful because we left before the show was over, BUT it makes sense because if we hadn’t left, you wouldn’t be looking at these pictures. So yes, give me a break, you probably would have done the same thing if you got the chance to meet Nick Jonas.
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    no I wouldn’t, because I’m friends with the security guard and have met Nick without leaving the show early. and maybe the pictures are important to you, but they’re not that important to those looking at it.
    but if you wanna use someone who means as much to me as Nick does to you, I saw this show with Daniel twice, and neither time did I leave early to meet him. I waited right up until that curtain met the stage before leaving. and you know what? I still met Daniel, I still got his autograph, I still got a picture, and all without disrespecting every single actor, crew member, usher, and fan in that theatre by leaving early.
    don’t assume to know what I would or wouldn’t do. just because you would like to justify yourself in thinking “it’s only 5 minutes, no big deal” doesn’t mean I would. it’s rude, simple as that.

  • marian

    loveislouder is talking about rudeness?
    She is a fucking rude New Yorker that thinks she’s better than everybody else.

  • l?veislouder

    loveislouder is talking about rudeness?
    She is a fucking rude New Yorker that thinks she’s better than everybody else.
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    yeah, hun? how so? please, do tell me :)

  • Anonymous

    marian said:

    loveislouder is talking about rudeness?
    She is a fucking rude New Yorker that thinks she’s better than everybody else.
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    THIS 100000000x

    I’m just wondering, my dear loveislouder, do you stay in a cinema until the end and watch all the credits of a movie? Because, you know it’d be rude and disrespectful to all the people that worked hard in that movie if you did not stay.

  • Anonymous

    Feb 29, 2012 @ 09:05 pm
    l?veislouder said:

    Really? Details! lol
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    someone was convinced that Nick was in love with Demi based on a look he gave her, and supplied a GIF as proof of the look. I disagreed, saying that Nick gives me the same look when he sees me. now based on that, there are two options:
    1) it was just a (friendly) look, and Nick and Demi had only platonic feelings for each other – my suggestion
    2) Nick was in love with Demi, and is now in love with me – their suggestion
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    or 3) it’s just your wishful thinking and he looks at you like at any other by-passer

  • l?veislouder

    My acting coach told me a story about when he played King Henry VIII, he had to wear a fat suit, and it was outdoors, so the costume designers put ice packs in his fat suit so he wouldn’t get overheated. I thought it was a great idea, so we did it. We didn’t think about how we moved a lot more than King Henry VIII, or that our costumes were much thinner than his though.

    Aww I love Christopher Hanke, he was great as Mark in Rent. It’s definitely hard to find work while your working because you’re so tired and busy all the time, but it’s a lot more stressful looking for a job when you don’t have one, so I guess it’s just hard to find work in this busisness no matter what. So many people think Broadway is easy to get into. I started getting my Equity points when I was 7, and I got to 50 when I was 18, but I didn’t get my first Equity job until I was 20 (I was grass in The Lion King)

    The thing is with leaving Spiderman if I find a better job is that I would be under a contract, and I really wouldn’t be able to leave without any repricussions. If I don’t find a better job in a week, I’ll do Spiderman.
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    hahaha oh boy. sounds like it worked well for him, not so much for you. aww. I would appreciate the effort though.

    yeah I don’t even understand the Broadway and Equity points and such, so I know it’s not that easy. it really would be fun though, I can’t lie. I would love it, though I would probably die from doing 8 shows a week.

    well that’s smart. try to come on here and let me know if you do Spiderman! I still haven’t seen that, mostly because of all the accidents I was hearing of, but that’s been quiet now so I guess they fixed the problems. I’ll come see it if you go in! I’ll have fun trying to figure out who you are though >.< lol

  • l?veislouder

    so fucking rude to leave the show early. I can’t stress this enough.
    it. is. rude. to. leave. early.

  • Anonymous

    ^ I agree. I wanna meet him soo badly but I’m NOT going to get up & leave early.

  • l?veislouder

    (replying to this) – Mar 1, 2012 @ 06:06 pm
    Anonymous said:
    Haha that’s sweet. Appreciation is the way to an actor’s heart. Especially since the majority of the time, actors get none.

    Yeah. The dancing is absolutely insane. My friends and I decided to try to put ice packs inside our sailor costumes once. We almost got fired.

    I might be joining the cast of Spiderman as an Ensemble Member/swing for Mary Jane and Miss Arrow, but I don’t think I’m that desperate, so I’m looking for some other work. Maybe doing a tour or something. The reason why actors cry at their last performance is because they know that they’re gonna have to do the starving artist thing all over again until they become Liza Minelli.
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    haha, why ice packs? that would seem distracting.
    and while the Spiderman cast wouldn’t exactly be Phantom or Les Misérables, I’m sure it’d be fun. I was talking with Christopher Hanke (he was Bud Frump in How to Succeed), and he said it was hard for him to find work while he had work, which is why he had to leave the show to find a new job. is that the case for all actors? or do you think it was just his preference? because if you can find a job while having one, I’d take the Spiderman role just to have the weekly salary and not have to worry so much, and then you can leave when you found a role you’re happier with.

  • Anonymous

    My acting coach told me a story about when he played King Henry VIII, he had to wear a fat suit, and it was outdoors, so the costume designers put ice packs in his fat suit so he wouldn’t get overheated. I thought it was a great idea, so we did it. We didn’t think about how we moved a lot more than King Henry VIII, or that our costumes were much thinner than his though.

    Aww I love Christopher Hanke, he was great as Mark in Rent. It’s definitely hard to find work while your working because you’re so tired and busy all the time, but it’s a lot more stressful looking for a job when you don’t have one, so I guess it’s just hard to find work in this busisness no matter what. So many people think Broadway is easy to get into. I started getting my Equity points when I was 7, and I got to 50 when I was 18, but I didn’t get my first Equity job until I was 20 (I was grass in The Lion King)

    The thing is with leaving Spiderman if I find a better job is that I would be under a contract, and I really wouldn’t be able to leave without any repricussions. If I don’t find a better job in a week, I’ll do Spiderman.

  • Anonymous

    Hi Loveislouder. Bye Loveislouder. See you at the top post me lady.

  • Anonymous

    he’s cute, i like his cardigans

  • Anonymous

    l?veislouder said:
    so fucking rude to leave the show early. I can’t stress this enough.
    it. is. rude. to. leave. early.

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    Keep your expectations low when it comes to some of the fans. I mean some of them record a Broadway show illegally and still are thanked by others because of this brave move ! So I think leaving a show early is nothing by comparison.

  • Anonymous

    loveislouder, STOP IT. You won’t change the world by telling people off in a c-list gossip site.
    Truth is, people come here to see photos and comment on their favorite artists, not to be given a moral lection.

    I know it’s rude to leave early, but disrespectful people won’t change that easily, because they just don’t give a shit. And the girl did say she left just 5 minutes early anyway, give her a break.

  • Rachieee527

    That is me in that picture. And me and my friends were the ones who left (like I said) only 5 minutes early to get a good spot to meet Nick. I understand what you mean about being disrespectful because we left before the show was over, BUT it makes sense because if we hadn’t left, you wouldn’t be looking at these pictures. So yes, give me a break, you probably would have done the same thing if you got the chance to meet Nick Jonas.

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous said:
    loveislouder, STOP IT. You won’t change the world by telling people off in a c-list gossip site.
    Truth is, people come here to see photos and comment on their favorite artists, not to be given a moral lection.

    I know it’s rude to leave early, but disrespectful people won’t change that easily, because they just don’t give a shit. And the girl did say she left just 5 minutes early anyway, give her a break.

    If people they all want to think in your way no positive change is made in the world. Sorry for giving moral lecture by the way !

  • Anonymous

    @Rachieee527
    loveislouder wouldn’t do that, because:
    1. She’s miss perfect and know-it-all.
    2. Nick Jonas has a secret crush on her.

  • Rachieee527

    Hahahaha I bet. She is just jealous. I hope she meets Nick one day though and understands the excitement behind it all

  • Rachieee527

    Hahahaha I bet. She is just jealous. I hope she meets Nick one day though and understands the excitement behind it all