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Characters you like from shows you hate?

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Characters you like from shows you hate?#0
Posted: 11/6/05 at 11:49pm
So, how about all those bad shows out there? There are some good characters in them.

For me, I hated the Pajama Game, but I loved the character Hines. I think he was awesome, and the kind of character I would play.
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I liked Camielle from Thou Shalt Not >.> Especially when he gets all Frank Sinatra like.
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Elsa and Max from THE SOUND OF MUSIC. They're the only characters who get to make jokes or have any funny in that deadly, pious cauldron of syrup.
I ask in all honesty/What would life be?/Without a song and a dance, what are we?/So I say "Thank you for the music/For giving it to me."
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The Baron & Baroness from Chitty.

The little orphan girls that completely stopped the show (with some number I can't remember now) in Annie Warbucks.
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i second the baron and baroness, pure brlliance.
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For some reason, I can't STAND the musical Oliver but as far as performing wise and just character in general, the Artful Dodger is one of my top favorites!
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Speaking of the Artful Dodger, there is a place out on long island call the Cultural Arts Playhouse, I saw Oliver there and although I didnt care for the production, the actor playing Dodger named Mattew Brown was AMAZING and I mean, he should have played the part on broadway or tour.
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A third best 12 bars
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I hate Hairspray, but Penny and Amber from Hairspray are love.
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I do not like Annie, but I like Molly (the smallest orphan) and Rooster.
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Christmas Eve from Q
"...But Kungurtseva reels off multiple fouettes and the tape is stopped so she can take a bow. The Jester, an abomination introduced to Swan Lake in Soviet times, extorts applause from the audience. The cuts don't help the storytelling, the production is bare bones and they go for the '50s-style happy ending. The audience cheers like mad at the end. It's the Russian ballet, after all..."
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Vi Moore from Footloose- such depth can come from a truly talented performer. Dee Hoty's version of "Can You Find it in Your Heart?" is heart-wrenching.

Cheers,

C.
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