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"It's not like seeing a movie over and over again; you're going to have a different experience every time. Nike Free Run Green So I totally understand the repeaters."
Some show junkies also seem to feel a strong connection to the material, surmises Chilina Kennedy, who starred in the Stratford Festival's production of "Jesus Christ Superstar" that had a following on Broadway earlier this year.
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"There's this whole regime of 'Book of Mormon' fandom all over Tumblr, made of up people who've seen the show 25, 30, 50, 100 times. That's a little too much for me."
He's a featherweight, though, compared to some of his fellow BOM Squad members.
"By the time we closed on Broadway after a year, there were people who'd seen the show 50 or 60 times. arena tour of "Jesus Christ Superstar."
Eisenberg also enjoys going with "Book of Mormon" newbies and seeing their reactions to the irreverent material that comes from "South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker.
track down one seat because the show was so popular).
"There are people who come when an understudy is in," says Miranda. "There are people who check the (Broadway message) board and they go, 'Oh my gosh, what a weird lineup, three people are sick, I've got to see this version,' because that's the magic of live theatre."
Eisenberg knows all about the fandom. After all, he's seen the religious satire 11 times (and counting) on the Great White Way.
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Yet such superfandom is common in the theatre world, with extremely loyal show followers ranging from the Mizzies ("Les Miserables" lovers) to Rentheads ("Rent" enthusiasts) and Idiots ("American Idiot" fiends).
Plus, he's become close friends with other BOM Squad members, some of whom have inside information about the show. And he gets to talk to the cast members at the stage door.
"Essentially it's a really, really great source of inspiration for writing. Everyone in the cast is really fantastic."
yet. And then with his friends. And then with school mates and so on.
"But musicals are really the ones that seem to move people this way, and they keep finding something new by going over and over."
And when "Les Miserables" ran at Toronto's Royal Alexandra Theatre from 1989 '90, they had "little Gavroches see it 40 times . with a beret," recalls producer David Mirvish.
"I said to one of these girls who was an absolute groupie for the thing, 'I mean, surely there must be something else in life, you know.' 'Oh no, you don't understand, this is the best rock arena production I've ever seen.' 'Well, thank you, I'm glad."'
"What's really interesting is if you talk to some of these people, they're actually nice, normal, sweet people who just have found something in the show that has hit a note with them," says Mirvish, who has also seen superfans at his productions of "Mamma Mia," "The Lion King," "We Will Rock You" and "Spring Awakening."
"But I just can't understand these people who've sort of seen 'Les Miz' or 'Phantom' some 340 times. It strikes me that there's something a bit wrong somewhere," Lloyd Webber, who created "The Phantom of the Opera" musical, adds with a laugh.
"When you have a beautiful experience in the theatre, you want to go back, because it'll never be the same way twice," echoes Megan Hilty, star of TV's "Smash" who saw many superfans when she starred in "Wicked."
"In the Heights" has also had patrons see the show "over and over again," says creator Lin Manuel Miranda.
"I feel like it's a piece of art that they really love," she says. "It's like going to see a painting every day or listening to an album once a day."
He figures they returned because "there was always something special coming from the audience or happening backstage that make that performance unique."
"I obviously love the show but I'm in school for theatre, and I'm studying acting and I love playwriting and I love writing in general, really, and I love music so . I think I see something different in 'The Book of Mormon' every time I go see the show," he says.
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"We had 24 dates there were half a dozen people who saw all 24 of them," he says.
In some cases, these enthusiasts also like to dress up as characters from the shows. "The Book of Mormon," for instance, often sees audience members wearing missionary suits.
"One or two of these people have seen 'Phantom' more than I have."
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