I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking it on the Road Nov 11
2009, 08:24:28 AM
Ok guys, here's the deal. My mom had the off bway version on cassette for years and years and i'm trying to find it for her for christmas. all i can find is the london recording... and it's just not the same. does anyone happen to have it? please let me know!
re: Broadway Time Machine... Sep 28
2004, 04:47:33 AM
rent obc (saw it in 2004) south pacific obc west side story obc camelot a chorus line les mis obc (saw it in 96) phantom of the opera obc my fair lady jekyll and hyde obc (saw it in 97) man of la mancha obc cinderella music man obc the king and i
don't look 'em in the eye... you're here until you die
at the end of the day you're another day older
one blaze of glory
spike lee's shooting down the street
no day but today
the door is that way
re: Hugh, Phantom and the Oscars Sep 26
2004, 01:01:04 AM
i've actually been a fan of GB since dracula 2000. i can't believe he's the phantom... as long as he has a good voice, i think he'll be really good.
re: worst movie musical Sep 26
2004, 12:09:13 AM
i like a chorus line the movie too. just not my fav, but it's entertaining enough.
re: worst movie musical Sep 25
2004, 09:23:30 PM
i have to disagree with camelot. it's one of my favorites, but i will give you the fact that it's long. you have to have lots of free time in order to watch it, but i still think it's a classic.
re: Best Movie Musicals Sep 25
2004, 01:31:25 AM
i've never seen the play version, but i love camelot. richard harris and vanessa redgrave are really good (i know, richard whispers most of his lines but so what). i also like south pacific (which again, i haven't seen the play) and west side story. and chicago.
worst movie musical Sep 24
2004, 03:06:46 AM
ok, in your opinion, what's the worst movie musical that you've ever seen? i don't mean in relation to how it differs from the stage version. i just mean which didn't you like the most? mine's meet me in saint louis. i couldn't finish it. it didn't hold my attention at all, which in itself is rare for a musical.