re: We Will Rock You? Dec 30
2003, 11:03:57 AM
According to many people it's awful. I don't think they mean the music, but I guess some of the lines are amazingly stupid. Sounds like an awesome show :P
It does kind of seem like that though...movie going straight to video...but at least it's still out there. Better than just opening and closing and then never to be heard from again.
re: re: re: re: re: re: re: 'Former JCS turns cult leader' Dec 29
2003, 06:22:30 PM
ummm...interesting?? strange?? What an odd little man he is. I thought he looked a little crazed in the poster which I hid in the closet because it scared me too much. And I didn't like him in JCS at all. Judas on the other hand...sexy and talented :cD
Urinetown story Dec 9
2003, 11:25:15 AM
Anyone know where I can read the story or synopsis of Urinetown. I've lost my CD booklet :c( and never read it before then.
re: re: re: My NYC Weekend Dec 9
2003, 11:18:07 AM
oh how fun! A weekend trip to N.Y.! I have to try that out...did you get some kind of package thing and where did you stay?
re: re: WORLD AIDS DAY, STILL Dec 2
2003, 11:08:37 AM
Encore to that...There are so many worthy causes out there, but for some reason AIDS isn't as "popular" anymore and it makes me so mad that it is a completely preventable disease and yet it still runs rampant. We should all get together and do something! When I hear that the most common group of people to become infected are teenagers, I want to scream! There is no excuse and something needs to be done.
I saw it with Chuck Wagner who was "ok" on the Confrontation, but the man is such a football size guy I thought he was going to pass out! A whole lot of spit covered the stage in that part. And he did this weird humping thing during Dangerous Game. Odd. I also saw Jack Wagner who did a bit better...definitely the best acting job, but
re: Jekyll & Hyde CD question Nov 18
2003, 11:19:11 AM
Well, I think Rob Evan was the first to perform the role of Jekyll & Hyde on Broadway. As for the CD...which recording are you looking at? I don't think he was on the most current recording from 1997.
re: anyone watch Family Guy? Nov 17
2003, 11:17:51 AM
haha...yeah, I just started watching the show a couple of weeks ago, but I haven't heard any musical references yet. I did see the "controversial" one last Sunday (I think) where Peter is looking for a Jew and he starts singing about how he wants one to the tune of "When You Wish Upon A Star" haha...funny stuff :c) They've also done a parody on Willie Wonka, but with beer. Good stuff there :c)
re: re: re: re: re: re: when does Dracula open Nov 7
2003, 10:59:32 AM
Same opinion here too. I saw it in San Diego and it was your typical Wildhorn musical. The music was very classical sounding and when we didn't leave humming any catchy melodies or anything. It was pretty neat to see. Opening night was even delayed due to technical difficulties. Musically, I thought it was kind of boring. I wish Camille had debut in San Diego rather than Dracula.