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General Discussions Discuss Broadway plays in the Community Center forums; Originally Posted by LadyDooley I saw it with Mulan(Lea Salonga) when she came back to do it a second time!! She was Jasmine's singing voice, too (the slobbering fan boy ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyDooley
    I saw it with Mulan(Lea Salonga) when she came back to do it a second time!!
    She was Jasmine's singing voice, too (the slobbering fan boy in me just had to point that one out).

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    Here is the list:

    ON BROADWAY

    RENT
    Beauty and the Beast
    The Producers

    TAMPA BAY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

    Beauty and the Beast
    Lion King
    The Sound of Music with Richard Chamberlain
    Man of La Mancha with (name escapes me right now)
    Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby
    On the Record with Ashley Brown (Mary Poppins NYC)
    Phantom of the Opera
    WICKED
    Chicago
    Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat

    OTHER VENUES

    Titanic: A New Musical (Washington D.C. - Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts)
    On the Record with Ashley Brown (Green Bay - Weidner Center)
    Oklahoma! (New Port Richey - River Ridge High School)
    Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat (Sarasota - Booker High School Visual and Performing Arts Center)

    SHOWS I HAVE BEEN IN

    Cinderella
    Christmas in Egypt
    MK Christmas Special (sorry not Disney)
    Christmas S.O.C.C.E.R. Team
    Polk County Picnic
    A Night Under the Stars (Producer/Director)
    A Musical Valentine (Producer/Director)
    Walt Disney World
    Where Dreams Come True
    Celebrating 35 Years
    Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conceited Ape
    She was Jasmine's singing voice, too (the slobbering fan boy in me just had to point that one out).

    Yes, Yes she was... I forgot that !!! LOL!!

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    To answer Rich, I saw Aladdin on ice years ago.

    Haven't seen anything ON Broadway but I've seen:

    Beauty and the Beast
    Les Miserables
    Phantom of the Opera
    Cats
    Grease

    Also saw Siegfried and Roy in Vegas but that's not a Broadway type show. Nice white tigers and cool tricks though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trickster
    ... On a similar theme, who has seen any 'Disney on Ice' productions?...
    saw Beauty and the Beast
    Aladdin
    and there was one more...
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    Add one more to my list! My husband is taking me to see Lion King on the 22nd for our anniversary. "Can you feel the love tonight?"
    mini-V What will you celebrate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mini-V View Post
    Add one more to my list! My husband is taking me to see Lion King on the 22nd for our anniversary. "Can you feel the love tonight?"


    Ooooooo... Have you seen it before?.... It's brilliant!!
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    No. Tonight was the first time I've seen Lion King!
    Unbelievable! If you get a chance to see it....GO! The costumes are phenomenal. The puppets are so creative. The stage moves in so many directions that you don't know which way it's going to go next. Of course the music is soooo good! Thanks Elton John and Tim Rice. They added a few songs to the stage version. I enjoyed it very much. We had super seats. We were in the 3rd row in the balcony. I didn't even have to think about using the little opera glasses that are in the seats (50 pence). I liked it much more than "Mary Poppins", and I will be eager to see how "Wicked" compares to both. What a great way to celebrate our anniversay. Thanks hon! Gotta get the cd so I can relieve it again and again. I think this is the first time I've left the theatre thinking that I'd be very willing to see the same thing again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mini-V View Post
    No. Tonight was the first time I've seen Lion King!
    Unbelievable! If you get a chance to see it....GO! The costumes are phenomenal. The puppets are so creative. The stage moves in so many directions that you don't know which way it's going to go next. Of course the music is soooo good! Thanks Elton John and Tim Rice. They added a few songs to the stage version. I enjoyed it very much. We had super seats. We were in the 3rd row in the balcony. I didn't even have to think about using the little opera glasses that are in the seats (50 pence). I liked it much more than "Mary Poppins", and I will be eager to see how "Wicked" compares to both. What a great way to celebrate our anniversay. Thanks hon! Gotta get the cd so I can relieve it again and again. I think this is the first time I've left the theatre thinking that I'd be very willing to see the same thing again.

    It is great - isn't it!!

    As soon as we saw it, we bought the CD because those extra songs just fit in perfectly with the show.
    Rich

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    I have never been able to confine that fun to office hours." ~ Walt Disney

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    The list is long, and I'll have to work on it: but A Chorus Line is coming to broadway and I'm so excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam I Am View Post
    The list is long, and I'll have to work on it: but A Chorus Line is coming to broadway and I'm so excited.
    You forgot something there Sam...

    "GO SEE ACL!!!" - Sam


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    I've only seen two real Broadway productions. Okay, they were on tour. But they both were awesome.

    Grease a couple of years ago and Rent this year. I loved Grease, and I'm a Rent-head. (say what you will. I love it's message. it's the dancing on tables. But that's another story)

    The public high school in my area (I go to the prep school...) is doing Beauty and the Beast this spring, which I'm looking forward to (not only because I have friends who will be in it). They have enough money to put this on, because they did Les Miz a few years ago, and that did really really well. (Saw it and loved it)

    But there are SO many shows I would like to see. Like Wicked. I love the songs. (Popuuuuuuuular!) And the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee looks cute.
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    These are the shows I've seen. All of them in Raleigh, unless I say otherwise

    Les Miz (2 or 3 times. I love this show.)
    Miss Saigon (once in Raleigh, once in London)
    Blast!
    Jekyll & Hyde (2 times, the second with Sebastien Bach as J&H. He's not nearly as good as everyone said :puke
    Beauty and the Beast
    The Secret Garden (in Columbus, OH)
    The Phantom of the Opera (in London)
    The Birdcage
    Jesus Christ Superstar
    We are surprising the girls with The Lion King on Oct 14. I can't wait!!

    I think that is my whole list. I'll ammend it if I remember more.
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    I have seen Broadway productions:

    Annie
    A Chorus Line
    Phantom of The Opera
    Le Miserable
    Miss Saigon
    Speed The Plow (Madonna was in it - don't ask) LOL
    Chicago
    Beauty and the Beast
    Lion King (3 times)

    and...

    I have tickets to see Mary Poppins on the first night of previews on 10/14!!!

    I am so excited to see that!!! And I plan on purchasing tickets for Spamalot for the Hubby for Christmas!
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    Mary Poppins previews?!!!!!

    lucky!

    Aw, I'm jealous now
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