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In honor of the 10th anniversary of , read on for things you may be shocked to learn about the now-classic film, straight from the director himself. Ryan Gosling and Rachel Mc Adams did not get along. I’m just not getting anything from this.”We went into a room with a producer; they started screaming and yelling at each other. The rest of the film wasn’t smooth sailing, but it was smoother sailing. Soon enough there’s rain, there’s a kiss and there’s a giant flock of birds swarming out of the sky.
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He was also frequently on stage as one of the two males in the ensemble.

The pace, staging, performances were all spot on, so all credit to him.

Wayne Le Gette, Mia Matthews, Leah Sessa and Mike Westrich are assigned the anonymous roles Man #1, Man #2, Woman #1, Woman #2, in the two-act musical revue, which takes on everything from first dates to love and marriage in the first act, to family car trips and elderly love in the second act.

Songwriters Joe Di Pietro (book and lyrics) and Jimmy Roberts (music) pack the show full of catchy tunes. Le Gette plays Man #2 in this incarnation of Perfect, but he’s no stranger to Change.

Between them they handled all the roles in a series of vignettes that playfully trace love’s journey from first date through marriage to child-rearing and old age.

The laughs, especially in the first half, were at least one a minute.

And with each point of recognition, great bursts of hilarity, as we heard and saw ourselves and those we know as if in a mirror.

That means reviews will only be in the top four positions for four days.In complete agreement, the cheering crowd applauded her honesty with extra vigour.Whatever the temperature may have been on the streets of central London, inside the Above the Arts auditorium it seemed Sahara noontime: hot and humid, with a fan recycling hot air. Emily Levey has a great face and emotes like a champ (although sometimes it struck me a little awkward in such a small space that she was projecting over our heads as we sat two feet away from her – the perils of training in bigger houses, I suppose). In fact, he could not be moved to give one single shit about any type of sport. “Tear Jerk” was hysterical, his physical comedy (and yes, the speedo) in “Marriage Tango” was perf and he had sort of an thing.The music is pleasant but unmemorable and even though not even an hour has passed since the performance ended, no musical phrase plays on in the mind.