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    Actually, here is Neil Patrick Harris' Tony show opening yesterday:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BraXq07kkM


    ......Of course, I find NPH to be unbearable. :o
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    :sweetheart: (What a hunk of man. Actor's name= Nick Adams.)
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    LOL, too funny- some of those numbers had the boys in not a heck of a lot of clothing- including the third (well-assed) lead.

    Anyways, it truly was a very fun show- I also had a great time.
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    Went to two Broadway shows this time around, also. Saw a preview performance of Follies (it apparently opened Monday, btw- I saw it last Thursday.) Over-all, I mostly loved this- with great...
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    I saw American Idiot and enjoyed it a lot, too- albeit it does help that I'm a huge Green Day fan.
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    WELL, ya REALLY want to know what this makes Wizard of Oz, eh?

    Liza apparently was once in the ladies room with her mother when she was about 14, when this drunk lady entered, slurring: "Oh,...
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    I saw the original "Fences" on Broadway with James Earl Jones, Mary Alice and Courtney B. Vance.

    Absolutely brilliant.
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    We went to see "In the Heights" tonight. I saw this show on Broadway and loved it. I was pretty worried that this would suffer by comparison, as it's a bit early in its run in Chicago- and, most...
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    To be honest, Moose- I thought from the get-go that casting Nathan was a mistake. Especially as he gets shtickier and shtickier......Bebe's lousy performance was the HUGE shocker for me. I had...
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    Forgot to add an example of the level of wit demonstrated in this show.

    A wife to her husband (and shockingly enough, not Morticia to Gomez): "Well, if you're going to act like a tool, go sleep...
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    WELL, folks, a few nights ago my man and I went to see a preview performance of "The Addams Family" with Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth.

    Now, I should mention that I have never been to a preview...
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    Maybe to trollops like Jessie you, "Splash" is like theater. :shocked:
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    It literally took me over a year to get my man to agree to attend this year's Tailgate. Couldn't convince him to go last year (I knew it was a lost cause, anyways, BUT, if I started my work on the...
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    *LOVED "Drowsy Chaperone" when I saw it on Broadway- 2 years ago I think? Very fun show.

    *We've seen "Rent" three times- twice in NYC, once here in Chicago. Will see it again if it comes back...
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    I'll ask what the hell is Greater Tuna, if dry and salmon aren't in the room right now.....and/or why the hell anyone especially someone who's gay would go to see something called Greater...
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    At least mine don't dump me, try as you might to deny this.

    Alternate message: And mmmm8 should prove to be perfect casting as Richard Benjamin Peter Masterson (WELL, Richard Benjamin makes more...
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    There really IS a hell of a good movie that could be made from The Stepford Wives. Hasn't happened yet. (Mind you, we could come up with a HELL of a TAT cast for THAT one. With BPDN being the...
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    You got that right, bucko. In the life story of BPDN, there sure as hell has been more than one upon THAT mattress. :shocked:
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    Deathtrap? Really?!?!? I thought that was a truly routine show.

    Of course, I love Ibsen, too. :cheesy:

    I also have always loved the songs from "Godspell."
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    You are just DYING to dress up in Maggie the Cat's slip, aren't you? :gorgeous:
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    Chicago and Annie are NOT on the level of tourist-traps like Starlight Express, missy. :argue:
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    I saw this show, too, Scotty. "City of Angels" is on my list. Wonderful, fun and atmospheric show- with terrific songs.
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    A Chorus Line is probably my all-time favorite musical. WISH you all could have seen this show with the original cast, though. The current production just does not hold a candle to the original. ...
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