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Kat of the Musicals

I understand the hype- it’s definitely in the Book of Mormon bucket of musicals for the non-musical fan. And the performances were good, but the musical itself is just not for me. — Since its first performance in 2003 Avenue Q has become a crowd favourite in the land of musical theatre. Its lovable puppet characters, the …

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Well… it wasn’t Aladdin: The Musical, but it was one of my first pantomime experiences! An easy-to-watch bit of fun 🙂 Originally posted on The AU Review. — An enjoyable theatre experience is the combination of two things- naturally it is the performance itself, but it is also the audience. Very often the energy of the …

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This was actually super fun, I really enjoyed it! It was the story from the movie per se, but it had a lot of similar elements. Would definitely see it again! “Sometimes being pretty, it’s enough” haha, still laughing. Originally posted on The AU Review. — Bring It On was (and still is) one of my favourite …

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I’ve been a fan of iOTA ever since I heard his live performance of “Come Back To Me” at Light The Night. So I had high hopes for this musical and honestly it didn’t quite measure up… but iOTA was still great. Originally posted on The AU Review. — A theatrical concert is just the …

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Bit of a different writing format than usual but THE BIG ONE! The musical of musicals! Les Miserables! And WHAT A PRODUCTION! It was darn near perfect- in my mind lead by the most wonderful of Javert’s (my favourite character in Les Mis) Hayden Tee. Incredible voice, and lovely guy! But everyone was wonderful, and …

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I really like this musical, especially the recording with Brian Stokes Mitchell ❤  “The Impossible Dream” is of course one of the Great Songs of Musical Theatre Repertoire, but there are so many other great pieces in this musical too. I was so glad Squabbalogic was able to put this one on so I could finally …

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This was a rather bittersweet musical. I liked it well enough but probably wouldn’t feel a need to see it again. Originally posted on The AU Review. — “Without love, life has no purpose”, says our naïve protagonist- a young woman by the name of Charity. She is a not-too-bright optimist, an imaginative romantic and …

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And now what do I have to say about seeing Das Musical Rebecca in Korea? Especially seeing as I saw it on my birthday!? Sylvester Levay Originally posted on Hello Asia. — Das Musical Rebecca is just what you’d expect from a Michael Kunze and Sylvester Levay musical – it’s dark, it’s romantic, it has strong …

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What do I have to say about seeing Das Musical Rudolf in Korea? 😀 😀 😀 Frank Wildhorn ❤ ❤ ❤ Originally posted on Hello Asia. — The Crown Prince Rudolf – The Musical is one of the most beautiful, moving and emotional musicals that I have ever had the privilege of watching. By the …

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This was so much better than I expected to be. The reason? It knew exactly what people expected it be, took that on board and didn’t take itself seriously. Fun and toe-curlingly cringey (in all the right places). Originally posted on The AU Review. — There is often a great risk in taking a well-loved …

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