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FAVORITE musical?

Mine is -The King & I
Kiss me Kate
Jesus Christ Superstar
Les Miserables
Phantom of the Opera
Miss Saigon
The Sound of Music
The Band Wagon
West Side Story
LondonTights · 31-35, F
The Rocky Horror Show!
Harmonium1923 · 51-55, M
Guys and Dolls
DearAmbellina2113 · 41-45, F
Les Mis
Meet Me In St. Louis
The Sound of Music
Rocky Horror Picture Show
therighttothink50 · 56-60, M
Yankee Doodle Dandy, West Side Story, South Pacific.......
therighttothink50 · 56-60, M
forgot Guys And Dolls...@therighttothink50
gdon39 · 41-45, M
I love all of those with the exception of Oklahoma and I don't know Kiss me Kate. Miss Saigon is best when you have a Music hall large enough for the helicopter. I saw Miss Saigon in St. Louis and it did not have the helicopter, had the noise but that was all.
MasterDvdC · 61-69, M
@gdon39 FYI, [i]Kiss Me Kate[/i] is about a theater company that is doing a production of [i]Taming of the Shrew[/i] and their personal lives parallel the show.
Singin' In The Rain
[i]Hard Days Night[/i]
alan20 · M
Definitely West Side Story. Also quite liked Phantom or the Opera, Chicago. the little known Hollywood view of Scotland "Brigadoon", South Pacific, the French film "Les Parapluies de Cherbourg" (music by Legrand).
craig7 · 70-79, M
You've included "The Band Wagon",which I've always liked - it's a great movie of its type,and which often gets overlooked.
LaLumieri · 46-50, F
@craig7 It was one of the 1st records I ever heard and I will never forget how I felt when I heard New sun up in the sky . There's just so many amazing Talents There were 7 records that were the staple of my life and my love for music the 1st Was tea for the Tillerman the 2nd Was the king and I with Deborah Kerr and Yul brenner. I was lucky enough to see them on Broadway at the Imperial theater when I was 5 we had orchestra seats and I knew the absolute honor and value of being able to see that performance even at that young age. I'm a classic fan extraordinaire. The 3rd album was mantovani Christmas music The 4th was kiss me Kate, The 5th was the bandwagon, The 6th was Crosby still's nash & young deja vu and the last was the woodstock album. I'd have to say I probably listened to the bandwagon the most .
craig7 · 70-79, M
@LaLumieri I also bought "Tea for the Tillerman",back in the early '70s.
LaLumieri · 46-50, F
@craig7 The 2nd album with the same title was just released a few years ago and it's brilliant same songs same lyrics maybe 1 or 2 new songs the versatility is fand the songs are yet so familiar Great reproduction
LaLumieri · 46-50, F
@robingoodfellow That's a great 1 !
West Side Story (first one) and Cats (my dad loved it), Sound of Music. I was in Carousel in the late 80s - early 90s. No official national tour, just some places performed.

My fav is Fiddler on the Roof though - "If I was a rich man..."
MasterDvdC · 61-69, M
[i]An American Christmas Carole[/i] this is a version of the classic Christmas Carole story set in depression era America and stars Henry Winkler as the Scrooge character.
Though I never saw it, as I was too young, I enjoy the score by Percy Faith from KISMET, circa 1953
Jeephikelove · 46-50, F
The Sound of Music
The King and I
The Little Teahouse by the Moon
Mama Mia
Starcrossed · 41-45, F
Jesus Christ Superstar
Guys and Dolls
Not really a fan of musicals. But i had fun watching the classic wizard of oz
HotPizza71 · 51-55, M
Recently saw Back to the Future, musical in England.. Amazing
MasterDvdC · 61-69, M
Like all those that have been mentioned but would add [u]1776[/u]
Sweet charity
West side story
And others i can't remember
My favorites were Chicago, Phantom of the Opera, and Wicked.
MasterDvdC · 61-69, M
How about [i]Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat[/i]
Midlifemale · 56-60, M
I have seen most all of them. It's hard to choose. They're all great
Crazywaterspring · 61-69, M
Does opera count?
alan20 · M
@Crazywaterspring Some opera is on the verge - G&S.,Offenbach, Lehar. even Spanish Zarzuela.
LaLumieri · 46-50, F
@Crazywaterspring I absolutely adore opera and operettas and rock operas and even hiphoperas And that's actually going to be my next post. But you're welcome to Add it here as well
Crazywaterspring · 61-69, M
@LaLumieri Bizet's Carmen and Mozart's Don Giovanni are two of my favorite faves. Add Cosi fan Tutti.
Coralmist · 41-45, F
The Sound of Music and The Phantom of the Opera 🎼⛰️🎭
Slade · 56-60, M
Deliverance should have been a musical!
DocDoc · 51-55, M
Six, Hadestown, Hair, Rent
eli1601 · 70-79, M
The Music Man
Bye, Bye, Birdie
OldBrit · 56-60, M
Jesus Christ Superstar
DragonFruit · 61-69, M
South Pacific
CountScrofula · 41-45, M
The Music Man
ChipmunkErnie · 70-79, M
ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE (or favorite Christmas movie now), CABARET, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, 42nd STREET come to mind right away.
SpaceJesus · 41-45, M
Mine would have to be The Blues Brothers, followed closely by Fiddler on the Roof!
alan20 · M
@SpaceJesus I should have remembered the Fidder. I actually played it with three others umpteen times at a top restaurant in Co. Donegal.
uncalled4 · 51-55, M

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