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New body guards?  They look scrawny, Jim would be able to defend himself better I think. :icon_wink:

Also, that jacket is going to be too small very shortly. Already starting to look tight in the shoulders. 

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New body guards?  They look scrawny, Jim would be able to defend himself better I think. :icon_wink:

Also, that jacket is going to be too small very shortly. Already starting to look tight in the shoulders. 

He has had this crew all weekend, his regular guys are off maybe?

He's off now until Tuesday evening's performance.  I wonder if he purposely rests his voice when he has a bit of time away from the play?

Different play schedule for this week due to the Independence Day holiday on Saturday, a matinee added to Friday, no evening performance on Saturday.

Tuesday: 7 pm

Wednesday: 2 pm and 7 pm

Thusrday: 7 pm

Friday: 2 pm and 8 pm

Saturday: 2 pm

Sunday: 3 pm

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maybe he's like Mariah, giving ppl little note cards with different phrases, to rest his voice... LOOOL

on a random thought of the day: i miss his morning selfies sooooo much... *sigh*

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maybe he's like Mariah, giving ppl little note cards with different phrases, to rest his voice... LOOOL

on a random thought of the day: i miss his morning selfies sooooo much... *sigh*

I miss his morning selfies but actually like getting his daily theater signing pictures better because he is so much in his element.

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Jim signing this afternoon....love the little smirk  :)

Getting JIm Parsons' autograph at AN ACT OF GOD. Very funny show.

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I love his smirk too!

His face is always so marvelously expressive :)

That really is a fantastic smirk and the photographer got a wonderful angle.

:icon_twisted: It kind of looks like he is thinking something dirty there....

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Does Jim usually sign after the Matinee of the play? Also will he pose for a few pictures or is it autographs only usually? Thanks.

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Does Jim usually sign after the Matinee of the play? Also will he pose for a few pictures or is it autographs only usually? Thanks.

Yes he signs after the matinee but he doesn't stop for pictures, he works the line very quickly... Anyway he is so nice he says thank you to anyone out there! 

 

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Does Jim usually sign after the Matinee of the play? Also will he pose for a few pictures or is it autographs only usually? Thanks.

Yes he signs after the matinee but he doesn't stop for pictures, he works the line very quickly... Anyway he is so nice he says thank you to anyone out there! 

 

Thanks so much!

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Does Jim usually sign after the Matinee of the play? Also will he pose for a few pictures or is it autographs only usually? Thanks.

the stage door is on 53rd street. If you go out the door on the right of the stage you are right there.

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From Playbill: http://playbill.com/news/article/screenplay-complete-for-larry-kramers-the-normal-heart-sequel-details-revealed-352312

Screenplay Complete for Larry Kramer's "The Normal Heart" Sequel; Details Revealed

Larry Kramer has completed the screenplay for his HBO-commissioned sequel to the landmark AIDS drama "The Normal Heart," the televised version of which was nominated for 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and won for Outstanding Television Movie at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

Kramer said that "everyone from the original cast is up for it. Jim Parsonsand Joe Mantello and Mark Ruffalo, they're all here in New York — and they're all longing to do the sequel."

 

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From Playbill: http://playbill.com/news/article/screenplay-complete-for-larry-kramers-the-normal-heart-sequel-details-revealed-352312

Screenplay Complete for Larry Kramer's "The Normal Heart" Sequel; Details Revealed

Larry Kramer has completed the screenplay for his HBO-commissioned sequel to the landmark AIDS drama "The Normal Heart," the televised version of which was nominated for 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and won for Outstanding Television Movie at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

Kramer said that "everyone from the original cast is up for it. Jim Parsonsand Joe Mantello and Mark Ruffalo, they're all here in New York — and they're all longing to do the sequel."

 

while I would still watch, I just don't know if a sequel is a good idea...I mean I think "The Normal Heart" is such a special project that a sequel I have a funny feeling about...not sure if that makes sense. 

 

Sidenote, not sure how Jim could possibly do the project now or in the near future.  If its done next spring/summer then that makes sense especially since Kramer had said in an interview that the sequel the role of Tommy is heavier (aka more hours for Jim).

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From Playbill: http://playbill.com/news/article/screenplay-complete-for-larry-kramers-the-normal-heart-sequel-details-revealed-352312

Screenplay Complete for Larry Kramer's "The Normal Heart" Sequel; Details Revealed

Larry Kramer has completed the screenplay for his HBO-commissioned sequel to the landmark AIDS drama "The Normal Heart," the televised version of which was nominated for 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and won for Outstanding Television Movie at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

Kramer said that "everyone from the original cast is up for it. Jim Parsonsand Joe Mantello and Mark Ruffalo, they're all here in New York — and they're all longing to do the sequel."

 

while I would still watch, I just don't know if a sequel is a good idea...I mean I think "The Normal Heart" is such a special project that a sequel I have a funny feeling about...not sure if that makes sense. 

 

Sidenote, not sure how Jim could possibly do the project now or in the near future.  If its done next spring/summer then that makes sense especially since Kramer had said in an interview that the sequel the role of Tommy is heavier (aka more hours for Jim).

I think that there are probably lots of stories still to be told concerning what happened to those guys in the years that followed.  Didn't Larry have a book or something that he'd already written--can't remember if it was a sequel or a prequel, though.

Anyway, I think it could be really good.  And, yeah, if all the pre-production stuff is ready by next summer, Jim could take that on.  If everything falls into place in time (budget, other actors, etc.) it could work--or if necessary, Jim could do his parts with whatever actors he interacts with and other scenes without him could be shot before or after his work.

Movies don't necessarily take that long, anyway.  It might not take him all summer--or he might even be able to squeeze a few days in here or there during the hiatus weeks while TBBT is taping, then do the main body of the work over the summer.

It depends on a lot of things, but I think he could easily do it.

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Does Jim usually sign after the Matinee of the play? Also will he pose for a few pictures or is it autographs only usually? Thanks.

the stage door is on 53rd street. If you go out the door on the right of the stage you are right there.

Thank you so much. Now I won't have to try and figure it out quick after the show.

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