Wether it be a brodway show that your commuinty theater will never do becuse it's so expensive,or just haven't done for what ever reason. Avenue Q for,not only do I like the show,but I love puppets and want to try out pupetry
Depending on who's in the cast, I'd say Oh! Calcutta! but just as a stagehand. For the OP, Avenue Q is a good choice but I"d advise you to stay away from The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
Beauty and the Beast. The ensemble gets to do so many amazing numbers and wear incredible costumes!!
The original Broadway run of ANNIE. Any year during its original run. In the ensemble doing all those tracks. 8 performances a week.
One guess. I've actually had a dream once that I was a visiting celebrity Billy Flynn and started to up on my lines.
SUNSET BLVD with the original set design. I really want to be in Norma Desmond's home, and climb up and down those stairs just once.
Hadestown. As Orpheus or Hermes. Dear Evan hansen. As Evan or Jared.Falsettos. As Marvin.Moulin Rouge. As Zidler or Toulouse. Beetlejuice. As the title character. Sweeney Todd. As Pirelli.Les Miserables. I have already played Thenardier but would love to play Javert.
Wicked (ensemble, I love their costumes, or Elphaba just to do one show where I'd defy gravity)I had a dream I was backstage at the August Wilson during Mean Girls curtain call and ever since then I've wanted to play Cady.Fiddler On The RoofWaitressI'd love to work backstage on Hadestown, not perform in it.
Book Of Mormon would be a blast to do 8x a week. Espically if I played Elder McKinley or Elder Cunningham. Price doesn't seem as "fun" of a role if that makes sense. The campiness of some of the humor and dancing is right up my alley in terms of strengths. Also whoever Danny Bernstein plays in Moulin Rouge.
The revival of Once On This Island. I saw it five times, and I can't remember the last time I so badly wished I was part of a particular Broadway production. Also, I'm still waiting for the opportunity to be the first brown haired, bearded, bari-tenor male to play Evita.
I've always always always wanted to be Harold Hill in The Music Man.
I'd play any role in LI'L ABNER, but particularly Marryin' Sam. I don't know of any other show that aims to be both hilarious yet also heart-felt. (No, I am not an actor/singer, nor am I remotely right for the part of Sam.)
I'd like to be a dancer in the 2010 Promises, Promises revival. I saw the choreography number on The Tonys & was blown away. Eventually, I saw the entire musical at the Broadway Theatre & the sneak preview on The Tonys lived up to expectations. (I'd have to put lifts in my wingtips & learn to do a handstand to be cast.) Fun question!
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