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Kat of the Musicals

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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Loved this show. Had some of my favourite Sydney musical theatre peeps- Rob Johnson, Debora Krizak and Blake Erickson! The musical itself is a really unique look into the working mind of one of the world’s greatest musical composers, Stephen Sondheim. The review was originally posted on Arts on the AU. — Something’s coming… as the …

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Continuing with posting my Arts-watching repertoire… ^.^ This review was originally posted on Hello Asia!  — Excitement builds from the very moment the orchestra starts playing the overture for the Korean production of 42nd Street. The crowd is already clapping along as the curtain rises ever so slightly from the stage to reveal countless pairs of synchronised tapping …

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