ayuda con 'Los Miserables' Apr 4
2011, 02:27:44 AM
Thanks, Sergio. I noticed some differences during the show as I used to own the older cast recording. The new production is very good. Oddly, the song list in the "playbill" omitted several of the songs that were indeed in the show, including "On My Own," which I caught to be translated as "Para Mí¨ or perhaps ¨Solo Para Mí.¨ Un abrazo.
ayuda con "Los Miserables" Apr 3
2011, 05:04:49 PM
Hey folks, I went to the theater last night in Madrid to see "Los Miserables" and enjoyed it very much. Unfortunately, although 99% of the program was in Spanish, the list of songs was in English. Does anyone remember, or maybe you can look at the Spanish cast recording CD(s), the Spanish title of "A Little Fall or Rain?" My "Los Miserables" CD is back in the USA. Much appreciated!! Un abrazo, Chris
Beauty and the Beast question Mar 27
2011, 12:56:15 PM
Thanks, Jaime! I forgot about fnac. I actually bought the Madrid cast recording of Spamalot there. Thanks for the reminder. EDIT: Got it, Jaime! I'm going to order it, only 9 euros!! ¡Gracías! Un abrazo, Chris
Beauty and the Beast question Mar 27
2011, 12:39:10 PM
Hello All, The Spanish recording of La Bella y El Bestia (Broadway) is out of print, but I swear I recall that the original, animated film also had a Spanish recording and then even a re-issue when "Human Again" was added to the re-issue of the film. I can't even find a mention on the internet of the (Spanish) film soundtrack. Does anyone know where I might find it? Is my memory failing me? Thanks for helping.
A flying cow in any language! Jan 14
2010, 04:25:22 PM
Well, I have to tell you guys that I am one happy show queen! I just spent two weeks in Madrid where I saw GREASE, CHICAGO, and SPAMALOT (all versions in Spanish). Chicago and Spamalot were both absolutely Broadway-class productions but, from what I've read and from my own observations, the Spanish just don't "get" Chicago very well. On the other hand, they seemed to love the very British humor of Spamalot. I had forgotten how many site gags there were in that show, which I suppose are funny
Songs of woe and suffering - saddest Broadway songs Feb 14
2008, 11:15:14 PM
Ok guys, for a project I need to think of the saddest showtunes -- as many as possible. Really sad ones. Not only songs of love gone wrong, but of suffering, poverty, death -- good tear jerkers or just plain downers of any kind. What comes to mind?
re: Spanish Language Cast Recordings Jan 30
2008, 08:54:28 AM
Husk, I found quite a few of my Spanish cast recordings as London's dresscircle.com and a few others at amazon.co.uk. Definitely check out dresscircle (search for "spanish" or "spanish cast"). Let me look through mine and see if I can recall which ones came from where. I known you mentioned you looked at Footlight. If you like the Disney animated film soundtracks (Little Mermaid, Lion King, Hunchback, etc.), Footlight has the Spanish version of almost all of those.
re: What should I take two 14 year olds to see? Jan 19
2008, 12:45:40 PM
I do agree with the member who said that, although the girls may be mature enough for Spring Awakening, they would be uncomfortable sitting through it with a parent. Mortified is my guess. We are talking about simulated masturbation and intercourse on stage.....
re: The 'Applause' poster/banner ads Jan 17
2008, 07:48:26 PM
Man, you silly people are neg-ah-tivo today! Can't we just all agree that we like it more than the Mormon Church banner add??
Pufnstuf. Hee, hee. I loved him. Witcheepoo. hee.
edit: For the Diana comparison (I definitely see it), don't you think the just-barely-there roundness in the abdomen would have sent the tabloids into a DIANA: PREGNANT??? madness?
re: High School Musical in Theatres 24 Oct Jan 14
2008, 10:49:11 PM
Man, I am going! This is my guilty (not) pleasure for sure. Even my friends that know I'm a show queen can't quite get their heads around HSM.