do you know if our dear mr tveit has any more shows scheduled? or is he just gonna focus on company from now on?
Yes actually, Aaron currently has 2 more shows on the books - he mentioned that LA was the last “rock show” he currently has scheduled so I am taking that to mean that both upcoming shows will be the Broadway setlist
Sunday, July 16th at 8:00 pm at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center in Westhampton Beach, NY - tickets are already on sale for this one here
Thursday, September 21st at 7:30 pm at Schaeffer Auditorium at Kutztown University in Kutztown, PA - tickets go on sale for non-season-subscribers on August 8th - event announcement page here
Hope there are more to come but for now these are the concerts that have been announced working around his Company schedule.
My current crush and light of my life; Mr Aaron Tveit. Even though this day has been pretty rough, I feel so happy whenever I see this man. Happy, but also miserably in love. Thank god I have friends to rant to. Special thanks to weareunderthesameskies for bringing this greek god into my dull life, and for giving me things to look forward to.
could aaron tveit sing no good deed in the original key
ask a question: could aaron tveit sing no good deed from wicked in its original key
do background research: the highest note in no good deed is a belted high f, which idina menzel does not hit (instead belting the lower c#) but other elphabas (such as rachel tucker) do hit. in addition to his good looks and charm, mr tveit is known for his abnormally high belting range
construct a hypothesis: if he were to attempt this feat, acorn tibet could potentially hit the high f “fiyero” belt note in no good deed, and could probably hit idina’s lower c#
test your hypothesis by doing an experiment: included above — idina’s no good deed “fiyero” belt note (high f = not hit), rachel tucker’s no good deed “fiyero” belt note (high f = hit), and an example of aaron’s vocal range (highest note = Bb, just three half-steps below idina’s note)
analyze your data and draw a conclusion: there is only one way for us to know for certain if he can sing this song. i’m looking at you adam tvite
‘Grease: Live’ Prepares for the Small Screen, NYTimes (x)
Mr. Tveit, who is a bit more James Dean than John Travolta, said that he had a difficult time breaking free of the movie. “I had to say my lines out loud over and over for, like, two weeks before I got Travolta’s voice out of my head,” he said. “Tommy really helped,” Mr. Tveit continued. “He has this way of telling you what he wants without making you feel like your original choice was wrong. For actors, that’s everything.”
Also features the line, “Danny (Aaron Tveit, a fast-rising Broadway and television actor) grabbed his ankles in a prolonged stretch.” Article photos (by Emily Berl) extracted and posted in high-res.