Pirates of Penzance
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat
Jesus Christ Superstar
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30-05-2015 21:39 #31
30-05-2015 22:15 #32
Phantom of the Opera (Have seen it on stage 4 times), have the anniversary DVD watch it a lot!
Love Never Dies
31-05-2015 02:28 #33
Pirates of Penzance!!!
31-05-2015 05:50 #34
Beauty and the Best has been my absolute highlight so far. I'm bummed I can't find an Australian cast recording (with Hugh Jackman as Gaston!) to download. I love Home and If I Can't Love Her- they never made the animated movie cut but they're two of my most loved songs!
Singing in The Rain
Phantom of the Opera- I adore it
The Lion King
Cats- I actually haven't seen yet but it's returning to Australia at the end of this year - I'm so excited!
Movies and Tv Shows
White Christmas- I used to watch it all the time as a little girl. The 50's seemed so glamorous!
Moulin Rouge- I just ignore Nicole. I can't stand her.
Scrubs, definitely! I started re-watching them all about a month ago. Takes forever these days because I can't watch it with kids around- it's hard explaining things like why Elliot would need a vagina transplant
Pretty much any disney movie- I found out the other say Spotify have an all Disney channel-
ETA: I'll admit it- I love Glee for the music!
I have a feeling I have a whole lot more to add, but I just woke up so I will have to add to my list later.
31-05-2015 08:35 #35
A Chorus Line
The Lion King
31-05-2015 09:00 #36
What is your favourite musical?
For those of you musical lovers in Brisbane, do you know about Harvest Rain? They're an semi professional theatre company who put on a number of shows a year. They are based at QPAC. Their productions are fantastic and their tickets are so much cheaper than the full scale professional shows. We saw Cats last year (I think it was) when they did it, Marina Prior played Grizabella and tickets were only about $30. They've also recently done Pirates of Penzance with Andrew O'Keefe, John Wood (blue heelers), Nancye Hayes. Definitely worth checking out. I've seen loads of their productions over the years. You'd almost think they were full scale professional productions.
ETA They're putting on Into the Woods in October with Rhonda Burchmore as the Witch, Eddie Perfect as the Baker and Rachael Beck as the Bakers wife! For all those Eddie Perfect/Play School lovers
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02-06-2015 12:41 #37
Wicked is my absolute fave. I grew up in a very very musical family and have seen pretty much every musical you can name, and love them all. I know many people will put all the classics above something modern like Wicked, but to me, it is the best musical ever made bar none. LOVE LOVE LOVE. Seen it 3 times, wish I could see it again.
Other than Wicked it's hard to choose, but I think probably fave would be Phantom.
Going to Les Mis in November and Cats hopefully in Feb
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