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Sister Act The Musical
"See sisters, sequins, and the seventies on stage!"
Reviewed by chelledun on Feb 10, 2013
If you loved Whoopi, you'll like this too - just don't expect it to be exactly the same!
The Wild Party
Based on Joseph Moncure March's epic poem, this musical brings to life the jazz-mad Manhattan of the 1920s. The protagonists, Burrs and Queenie, ...
"The Wild Party is out of control ....so stay away"
Reviewed by Bonies7 on Jun 3, 2000
You know you've got a tough reviewing job on your hands when your biggest memory of a Broadway musical is a perfect quote . . .
The Scarlet Pimpernel
This is the timeless story of Sir Percy Blakeney, known to British society as a fop more interested in his clothes than anything else. But he leads a ...
"Seek Him There...But Unfortunately not on Broadway Anymore"
Reviewed by quasar on Jul 14, 2001
A surprisingly delightful theater experience, I heartily recommend seeking The Scarlet Pimpernel if it plays near you.
The Rocky Horror Show
"A True Revival"
Reviewed by airatic on Jun 13, 2003
Fans must see this unusual version. Others should see the original first.
The Phantom of the Opera
A disfigured musical genius who haunts the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera falls for a young soprano.
"The Phantom of the Opera Never Fails to Amaze"
Reviewed by samii1017 on Apr 15, 2013
The Phantom of the Opera is one of the musicals who everybody must see.
The Music Man
There is trouble in River City when con artist Harold Hill arrives in town. There's only one problem with his plans--he falls in love. Featuring ...
"This should be called "How the Librarian Reacted to the Music Man""
Reviewed by WBDBaj on Jun 1, 2003
Music, story and strength of Marian are very well portrayed. Erase Robert Preston playing Harold Hill's character from your mind, and you won't be disappointed.
The Lion King
The winner of 24 major awards, including the Tony Award for Best Musical, Disney's The Lion King stretches and breaks the boundaries of the stage to ...
"The Lion King: Takes over Broadway"
Reviewed by twhetton on Mar 21, 2011
A great play for the whole family. This one is a classic must-see no matter where you go.
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The Full Monty
"Excitement, fun, and great music!"
Reviewed by rockinrobin on Nov 9, 2002
If you want a fun evening with friends, see The Full Monty for lights, laughs, and red leather thongs.
The Fantasticks tells a sweet and simple story of young love: a boy and girl fall in love, Romeo and Juliet-like, when their fathers pretend to feud; ...
"Bad Plot, Bad Score, Bad Musical "OH MY!""
Reviewed by lapetitorange on May 23, 2008
The plot was dull, most of music and lyrics (most imporant parts of a musical) were even worse and I wouldn't recommend.
"Nothing "musical' about it."
Reviewed by phryne on Oct 21, 2008
School principals who'd subject kids and parents to this desecration of the term "Musical" should be fitted with non-removable earphones blaring Seussical 24/7 for the rest of their natural lives.
Saturday Night Fever
Turn on your Lava Lamp, crank up your 8 track, and get ready to take a trip back to when disco was king!
"What a bad idea!"
Reviewed by Gregory_Wu on Apr 27, 2001
Rent the movie. Save a lot of money.
Based on the play Front Porch in Flatbush, the musical concerns a group of kids who attempt to break into high society by investing in the stock ...
"Saturday Night Is a disappointment.."
Reviewed by estilan on Jul 12, 2000
I found the new release of Saturday Night by Steven Sondheim a big disapointment. I must say I am used to the . . .
Kat and the Kings
KAT AND THE KINGS is the story of Kat Diamond and The Cavalla Kings, a doo wop harmony group in the style of The Platters, The Coasters and The ...
"I'm absolutely hooked!"
Reviewed by iloveit01 on Jan 26, 2004
It is perfect for the entire family, a fun filled and entertaining evening. You'll find yourself wanting to go again and again, once isn't enough!
Jesus Christ Superstar
Jesus Christ Superstar is a rock opera which traces the final days in the life of Jesus Christ: his arrival in Jerusalem, his betrayal, Passion and ...
"Christ is Coming to a City Near You 2009"
Reviewed by leftrevolution on Jan 18, 2009
A great gate-way Broadway Musical; and Ted Neely still brings a must see passion and energy to the role. Much cheaper seeing the road show than going to New York!
Jekyll and Hyde
An evocative tale of romance and the epic battle between good and evil, Jekyll & Hyde brings new life to Robert Louis Stevenson's classic story. ...
Reviewed by snlmike5000 on Dec 26, 2002
Yes, buy it on DVD or VHS. It's definitely worth it...but Hasselhoff sucks.
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