I ran a lap around my house then started shrieking while jumping up and down. So yeah, I freaked out just a little bit.
Be Kind Rewind. That is what this is referencing right? If not, then I'll feel really stupid.
You're a Victor Hugo fan? Hello twin. Nice title! I probably would have spent all night trying to think of puns for 'Into the Woods' that I could use.
Lucky!!! I wish I could write a paper about Sondheim....
Ballet is RIDICULOUSLY fun.
George Hearn is a pretty cool guy. Gotta love La Cage Aux Falles.
Audra Mcdonald. I. Love. Audra Mcdonald.
Jesus Christ Superstar
I KNOW RIGHT????!!!!! It was ridiculously good. Especially A Little Priest. I think if I had seen Bernadette Peters when I was four and was not able to comprehend her amazingness.... I would cry.
I've only heard one song from Superstar, but I like it so far. Joseph is pretty spectacular though.
Oh yes. At the Sondheim birthday concert she sang about half of the music (hey I'm not complaining). It is one of my goals to see Bernadette Peters in concert, but I will have to add Patti Lupone as well because she is just that fantastic.
I know right? While I know my fair share of Broadway fans, there are scarce G&S ones. Thank you and same to you!
I do happen to like Andrew Lloyd Webber, especially Evita and Phantom. Patti Lupone and Sarah Brightman are amazing.
I haven't seen Ruddigore, but I've heard good things about it. Iolanthe was pretty good but I only saw it once when I was very little so I don't remember it very well. I just realized you should definitely see the Mikado so that you can see the movie Topsy-Turvy.
I've seen HMS Pinafore, as well as Iolanthe, but not Yeomen of the Guard. It shall be put on MY list.
Lucky! I used to see a G&S show every year as a holiday present and most of the time it was Pirates but I recently have discovered a new love for the Mikado.
Gotta love The Pirate King, gotta love Kevin Kline for being in Pirates, The Road to El Dorado, AND The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The man cannot get any more awesome.
I've only been a Gilbert and Sullivan fan since I was about 5 years old, but that song always makes me happy. I hadn't heard the second one before, yet it is now going on my iPod. Strange how that works.
Rock. On. Check out the rest of BBAJ as well, it's one of my favorites.