These days, in the new age of social media revolution, the best source of information is YOU. Each day, fans of BroadwayWorld post tens of thousands of comments on our multiple message boards (main and local), weighing in on the latest news, rumors, reviews, stars and more. Each week, we find a few stand-out threads - those that have sparked particularly interesting discussion that we've decided to shine a light on each week in our newest feature: DID YOU KNOW...The Most Interesting Message Board Topics of the Week, brought to you by YOU!
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Performances at Tony Awards
It’s Tony time! Nominations are out, and us theatre lovers are already trying to figure out what performances we’ll get to see from the nominees. What are your thoughts? (started by kyl3fong2)
Tony Predictions - Should win/will win
Now that the 2012 nominations have been officially announced, the debate has begun on which ones are the most deserving of an award versus which ones are most likely to win. (started by jdrye222)
Best/Worst Touring Units you've seen of great broadway shows
Those who have been to a national touring version of a Broadway production know that it’s not quite like the real thing. What are some of the best and worst you’ve seen? (started by THEATRICAL100)
Was Elena Rodgers (aka Roger) better in London?
Elena Roger was nominated for an Olivier Award for her portrayal of Eva Peron back in 2007, but didn’t make the cut for a Tony nomination this week. What’s that all about? (started by Leadingplayer)
Congrats, Laura Osnes!
Almost immediately after Tony nominations were announced on Tuesday, fans began rejoicing for rising star Laura Osnes on her well-deserved nod. Join in the Laura-love here! (started by Jordan Catalano)
Was Anyone at Nominated Shows Tonight?
One of the most exciting times to be in the theatre is immediately after a cast has gotten good awards season news. Have you ever experienced that firsthand? (started by broadwaydevil)
Shows going stale...
There’s nothing worse than seeing a show that has, for whatever reason, lost its spark. (started by THEATRICAL100)