Post # 1
Any fans of musical theatre? I completely love 80s mega-musicals hehe. My sister did theatre for a while, but I could never get into it — I have 3 left feet. I haven’t been to see a show in a while since Spamalot in 2007 or so? Anyway, just wondering if anyone out there shares the love?
My favorites are Les Miserables, Beauty and the Beast, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Jekyll & Hyde, Rent, Wicked, and songs from sooo many others. (I wasn’t kidding about the 80s thing…) Also, shhhhh! Don’t tell Fiance, but I am not so secretly in love with Terrence Mann and really want to see The Addams Family musical, which I only recently discovered even exists.
Post # 3
I am a HUGE musical theatre fan! I grew up dancing, but I cannot sing so I dont get involved in any way!
But I love Rent (all time favourite musical), A Chorus Line, Chicago, Cabaret, West Side Story, oh man, I could go on!!
Post # 4
@CupcakeLove: LOL Maybe we could combine our talents? You go out and dance, and I’ll sing from the sidelines!
Post # 5
I LOVE musicals! I’ve been in a fair few amateur productions, too. My favorites are Phantom of the Opera, Man of la Mancha, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Spamalot, Wicked, and Les Miserables. <3
Post # 6
I love musicals too! I always try to see one when I’m in NYC. My faves are Wicked, Rent, Les Miserables, and Chicago. and Avenue Q. I am super excited because I have tix to see Legally Blond in August — Omigod!
Post # 7
YES! I could listen to the Wicked soundtrack all day… 🙂
Post # 8
I love musicals too. I was in a few productions in high school, which actually was not what got me into them. I only saw RENT because an actor I liked was in it; he wasn’t even a main role, just a cameo in the life support group.
My favorites are RENT, Wicked, See What I Wanna See, Avenue Q, The Last 5 Years, and Tick, Tick…BOOM!
Post # 9
When my sister and I go on road trips, we sing show tunes the whole way! We’ll take turns singing the boy parts and girl parts.
Currently on my iPod: Rent, Mama Mia, Moulin Rouge (even though it wasn’t stage), Tommy, Miss Siagon
Also love: Wicked, Avenue Q, Altar Boys, Les Mis, Phantom, Lion King…
Post # 10
Haha. I’ll have a degree in theatre in about, oh, 5 months. I LOVE it. My favs are City of Angels, Wicked, RENT, Legally Blonde, Phantom (All time favorite, ever), Chicago. Man, I could go on.
@slam: Oh. My. God. Ohmigod you guys. Love it! lol
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
I adoooorrreeeee musicals. Adore. Favorites? Rent, Tick Tick Boom, and Spring Awakening. Next, Legally Blonde.
Post # 12
Oh man, I can’t live without my musicals! Favs are Wicked (listend to the soundtrack today as I cleaned!), Sweeney Todd, Avenue Q, Lion King, Beauty and the Beast…I could go on and on!
Post # 13
I have a degree is Musical Theatre and teach dance. I am so lucky that I can play musicals on a daily basis and get paid for it.
My favorites would be Rent (great fun to sing) Urinetown (great idea and laugh), 42nd Street (love those tappin’ feet), Lion King (amazing visual experience), Throughly Modern Millie (love).
There are a lot of musicals I love, and too many to type. Every show is worth seeing, if I could just get my wallet to agree. =)
Post # 14
I LOVE me some musicals! My favorites are Rent, Wicked, Dreamgirls, Grease, Jersey Boys, Spamalot, Phantom… too many to name, really!
Post # 15
- Wedding: June 2010 - New York Botanical Garden
I love musicals!! growing up in ny, my parents took me all the time and I LOVE it! I even spent 4 years at performing arts camp (french woods, anyone??) because I love it so much. I would say my favorites are Avenue Q and the Full Monty, but I could name so many more!
Post # 16
LOVE musicals. I want to go to New York this winter for my birthday and see some shows! Also, Anthony Rapp and Adam Pascal are giving a concert in NYC ON MY BIRTHDAY (it’s my 50th).
Got to be in chorus of Fiddler on the Roof, it was heaven. I’m seriously underemployed right now, so hopefully I will land THE JOB so I can take this trip, and see my daughter who moved to Toronto last year (I’m in Oregon).