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Posted: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 7:01:58 PM

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Talk about resurrection....



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Posted: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 7:05:07 PM

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And another no one considered


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Posted: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 7:28:20 PM

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"The Bitch of Living" from Spring Awakening

One of my fave musicals.

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Every day is a school day.
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Dude. Totally agree, but this one's my fav.
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Hope Off, and way off Broadway is acceptable.

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Cameron (Hedwig/Farrah) and the dude on slung keyboard are the originators. This from the film version. For me, this like the "Violent Femmes" album is awesome, beginning to end.

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Posted: Thursday, August 18, 2011 8:07:46 AM

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I love Hedwig & The Angry Inch! Excellent contribution, Eviotis.

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I have to say that Fiddler on the Roof is my favourite. I saw the premier of the film version when i was about 11 and then managed to see the stage version with Topol.
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If I was a rich man, deedle deedle deedle deedle deedle deedle deedle deedle dum, but nothing matches the dream sequence scence! A blessing on your head...I used to dance around to that song pretending to be grandma Zteitel in my living room as a kid.
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A not much known musical is my current guilty pleasure..Repo: The Genetic Opera. But love almost any musical that I have been lucky enough to run into







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The night that changed my life, a four part series of a married man lusting after his co-worker

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I know someone mentioned Phantom already, but this is the song I like best...

(with Steve Harley and Sarah Brightman singing it)
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Reefer Madness The Musical...sooo many great songs and wonderful camp.

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Singing in the Rain - one of my alltime favorites! Ya just gotta love Gene Kelly! Such a talent!
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Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 6:50:35 AM

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Bump with a little bit of Guys & Dolls.



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Posted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 6:51:16 AM

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And something from Avenue Q, which I'm going to see in February.



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Heard this on the radio the other day and not only did I know every word, I knew every nuance!!

It really made me smile and I confess to having a good old wiggle to it!!

hahahah
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this is not my favorite but it is pretty darn hilarious... Urinetown the musical... "Don't be the bunny"





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Any thing Gilbert and Sullivan. My Fave out of them is the HMS Pinafore.
When I was in grade school, I was in a production of the musical, The King And I. I was the Royal Child who had the dirty hands.Excellent memories!
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deal1 wrote:
Any thing Gilbert and Sullivan. My Fave out of them is the HMS Pinafore.
When I was in grade school, I was in a production of the musical, The King And I. I was the Royal Child who had the dirty hands.Excellent memories!




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My favourite song from my favourite musical(which also happened to be first one I ever saw).Last night of the world from Miss Saigon.I also love memories from Cats.

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My all time favorite movie, "Meet Me in St. Louis". They sure don't make them like Judy Garland anymore. She was a true star.

The embed feature is disabled for this clip, and it's the best quality one of it on there, so here's the link.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJYS-acTE9M

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Just saw this last weekend! I love this musical!



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Posted: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 9:00:52 AM

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Another Theatre junkie! love it! I am a musical LOVER. there are so many out there but my top ones are Rent (La Vie Boheme,Glory,Seasons of Love,Finale B) Wicked(Loathing Defying GravityDancing Through Life), West Side Story(Maria, Tonight,America), Phantom of the Opera(Masqurade,Music of the Night,Point of No Return), Rags(I Remember,Children of the Wind), Bye Bye Birdie(The Telephone Hour,Honestly Sincere,One lLast Kiss,Soanish Rose), Anything Goes(Its de-Lovely,I get a kick out of you)
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Being a professional musician, and having played in both professional and amateur theater pit orchestras for the past fifty years, I don't think I could pick a single favorite song. But my all-time favorite show is Guys and Dolls. I have played, at one time or another, four of the five reed books (I don't play lead alto), and performed that show in over thirty different productions.

Some other favorites include Music Man, Into The Woods, Damn Yankees, Fiddler On The Roof, and Pirates of Penzance. I'm sorry, but although it got all sorts of awards, and although I have played the Reed I (flute/clarinet/sopranoand tenor saxophone) book for several productions, I have to say my least favorite show is Cats.


EDIT: And Clum, I LOVE Avenue Q!
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Posted: Wednesday, June 06, 2012 7:02:16 AM

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"Ease on Down the Road" from The Wiz.
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