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Old 12-22-2003, 01:56 PM   #31
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To be honest...I hate musicals! The get on my nerves...



yeah, the only one I could come up with was the rocky horror picute show and even that gets on my nerves
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"An American in Paris" and "Moulin Rouge."

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yeah, the only one I could come up with was the rocky horror picute show and even that gets on my nerves
I might shoot myself if I ever had to see chicago



*how the hell did I quote myself
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Old 12-22-2003, 01:58 PM   #34
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I've only seen three in my life -

Best - Grease

2nd Best - Man of La Mancha (one of Raul Julia's last)

3rd Best - Cabaret

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I might shoot myself if I ever had to see chicago
Why?
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Ooh, zoney, sorry, I didn't mean to imply that you were a kid! . I just meant that I knew some people around my age who liked that musical. Sorry 'bout that.

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"Moulin Rouge."
That one's...interesting...

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Old 12-22-2003, 02:51 PM   #37
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I have Les Mis tix for tonight, this is my third time going

i think that's the only musical i actually like. and even then its only for one song...honestly i really don't like musicals.
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Why?

the singing richard gear I don't know I have no real case against it.....I just didn't like the commericals , its probably good......
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Old 12-22-2003, 03:48 PM   #39
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I love musicals

When I was young I used to twirl around the living singing the Sound of Music


Ummm ... favorites ... there are too many to mention
(I am a real sucker for Rogers & Hammerstein ... yes, they're corny, but )

Ragtime
A Chorus Line
The Sound of Music
Jesus Christ Superstar
South Pacific
The King and I
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(I am a real sucker for Rogers & Hammerstein ... yes, they're corny, but )
Ooh, Rogers and Hammerstein...my mom liked their "Cinderella" one (the older version)-I remember watching that with her a couple of times. .

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Jesus Christ Superstar !!!!!!


& grease was also great
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I really have a hard time with musicals and only go when dragged, kicking and screaming. But I loved "Sunset Boulevard" on Broadway with Betty Buckley, after I was dragged, kicking & screaming. I even went to see it a second time because that woman can belt out a song that gives goosebumps to even the toughest customer like moi.
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We used to go to alot of shows that came to town but stopped. I love Les Mis and loved Chicago when I saw it.

My favorite film musicals are Singing In The Rain and An American In Paris.
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HONESTLY, I have yet to see 'CATS'

BUT, of the musicals I *have* seen, I guess my favorite would be "Little Shop of Horrors." hahhaha, goodstuff I love the scene with Steve Martin singin' and ridin' on his motorcycle Just an all-around great flick, IMO
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HONESTLY, I have yet to see 'CATS'
Ironic, since your s/n is Catman. .

Seriously, though, I've never seen "Cats", either, so don't feel bad.

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