From classicalmusicplayer: On Tuesday March 20t I went with a friend to see ‘How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.’ The Company was truly amazing and was ‘Tony Worthy’ to me. I bought rush tickets the day of at the box office for $30 and my seat was wonderful, 12 rows back from the stage on stage left. I definitely recommend rush tickets to anyone who wants to go.
After the show I ran out to the stage door which surprisingly there was not that many people there and I got a spot right next to the barricade. Beau Bridges came out and I got an autograph and a picture with him. As we wear waiting for other people to come out my friend spotted Snoop Dogg walking across the street and everyone started screaming and he smiled. Unfortunately I didn’t get picture with him because I was trapped in the barricade.
Nick Jonas came out next. He was very kind taking pictures and signing playbills. He made his way down towards me and and signed my playbill, which my friend had, and I ask to take a picture. He said ‘Surely and that I looked nice and he liked my dress. I took the picture and thanked him. He went to the other side and signed more Playbills..
He crossed over back to my side to sign more autographs and when he made his way back over to me I asked him if he could sign my 2006 Columbia Record ;It’s About Time” Album. He stopped and stared at it for a few seconds and said ‘Wow, that’s cool and dedication” I thanked him and he said “Sure no problem, anytime.”
Nick Jonas then got in his car and left. About 95% of the people left but I stayed and talked to people behind me. I turned around and Sofia Bush came out of the stage door with David Krumholtz. They were both just standing there, no one was asking for autographs or pictures. David was joking around saying “Nobody wants my autograph? I know Nick Jonas! You want my autograph now?”
I went up to Sofia and asked for picture. She said “Absolutely.” She was very kind and sweet. I went up to David Krumholtz next asked for a picture and told him I was a huge fan and every Friday I watched “Numb3rs” and had seen “Santa Clause” a million times. He said “Thank You. I really appreciate that.” After them Michael Urie came out and I got a picture and autograph. I told him that I loved his Marc Jacobs Pan Am Bag and he thanked me.