Plucky* Anna Friel has proved she got the thesp Right Stuff by battling on with a performance of Breakfast at Tiffany's, despite the fact that a punter puked over six fellow Haymarket Theatre audience members. Anna Freil as Holly Golightly. Pic: Uli Weber Poor old Friel (pictured, as Holly Golightly) was halfway through a …
And did the puke go on anyones laptop?
We need to know.
Ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on, ah go on
You know you want to and it IS a Friday...
THEY WENT BACK TO THEIR SEATS??
While I don't know for certain, I can't help but think that if I'd just been vomited on, I'd be inclined to call it an evening.
Must be one helluva show!
I certainly emitted a moist substance from inside me whilst thinking of the delightful Anna Friel on a number of occasions, especially as a teenager, etc. etc.
Mine's the one with a lesbian kiss permanently etched on it.
That was lucky!
I went to a performance earlier in the week, for cultural reasons of course, luckily no one expelled themselves in the auditorium that I was aware of.
I do recommend going to see the show however, even with the minor risk of attack, because the show (and consequently Anna F) is really quite good. I also love to see some of the odd couples that go to the theatre (especially not musicals). Lastminute.com are doing deals for early/Mid-week performances at the moment as well!
Before or after the nude scene?
Inquiring minds want to know...
Don't keep us in suspenders! Was he Toms stunt double?
That's made my Friday.
"spectator discharged a gastric load from the upper balcony" - I'm betting that's not a Daily Mail approved simile, but never a more beautiful prose I have seen.
Re: Before or after the nude scene?
It was obviously before the nude scene, as evidenced by the quote:
"...everyone eventually returned to their seats..."
And a little Python to wrap it up
"For those of you listening at home, the young constable has just thrown up into his helmet. This is the longest continuous vomit seen on Broadway since John Barrymore puked over Laertes in the second act of Hamlet, in 1941."
Ok Mr. Fatelle
But the worst thing I ever did <sob> this one time.. I mixed up a bunch of fake puke in the blender, and I put it in a baggie, and I brought it to the theater, and I went up in the balcony, and I made a sound like this:
And I dumped it all over the edge...
...Pirate icon, for not so obvious reasons...
Time to let the readers vote on the Headline of The Week. This one gets my vote.
a projectile vomit? And what became of the diced carrot and tomato skins?
Everyone's a critic...
...but when did Breakfast at Tiffany's get musical numbers? It would appear that the technicolor yawn is the only rational response to the current trend of turning every damned thing on the planet into musical theater.
Mine's the one with the score for "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" in the pocket.
Why do Actresses feel the need to go naked
Friel seems to do it a lot. I guess she must be an exhibitionist.
If someone puked over me I'd find him and thump him. The prick. F****** funny though, nice one Lester.