Erik Bates | January 31, 2005
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Jackie Mason | February 2, 2005
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Anna Gregoline | February 2, 2005
My favorite musical was Fiddler on the Roof, but I haven't been to very many. I guess my favorite movie musical is Little Shop of Horrors. Bizarre two choices, I know. =)

Jackie Mason | February 2, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | February 2, 2005
I saw Movin' Out The music was awesome, but the show was lack-luster. There was no overall plot, and it was interpretive dance to Billy Joel music.

My current favorite shows are Avenue Q, The Producers, and Rent. I don't go to the theater enough, even when I live so close by, but Broadway prices get to be a little ridiculous.

Erik Bates | February 2, 2005
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Anna Gregoline | February 2, 2005
Many, many people have told me Rent is awesome. I really need to try and see that one.

Scott Hardie | February 3, 2005
There are several Chicagoans here, so you've probably heard of Monty Python's SpamAlot by now. (link) Long has Hollywood been accused of relying on popular inspirations to make its films appealing; now with The Lion King and The Producers and this show and others, Broadway seems to be joining the act. I'm sure that Broadway's versions of Gilligan's Island and The Beverly Hillbillies can't be far behind.

Scott Horowitz | February 3, 2005
Yeah, my friends and I are talking about seeing that. Just waiting for a cheap ticket offer to come through.

Kris Weberg | February 3, 2005
Well, if you can't get tickets, there's always the fighting game version of Les Mis. Yes, really.

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Jackie Mason | February 3, 2005
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Scott Horowitz | March 15, 2005
I"ve heard about Batman and Shrek the musicals... this has to take the stupidity cake


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Bollywood production??? WTF?

Jackie Mason | March 15, 2005
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Anna Gregoline | March 15, 2005
It was inevitable.

Kris Weberg | March 15, 2005
Actually, my theater prof in college pointed out that pretty much all musicals steal their plots from elsewhere.

Scott Horowitz | March 15, 2005
Yes, they are. But there are stories that are meant for the stage, and stories that aren't. LOTR is definitely not musical.

Anna Gregoline | March 15, 2005
I wouldn't go see this - but I could see an adaptation from the books because they're that kind of wandering story that would lend itself well to minstrel-type songs. It would be hard to visualize though, now that the movies have come out.


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