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Author:  IngĂ©nue [ Fri Oct 13, 2006 8:44 am ]
Post subject:  POSSIBLY GOIN TO SEE ORIG CAST

I'm so excited! I've heard so many good reviews on this musical! Yesssss. I hope we see it when we go to New York (choir trip)

BUT- we may see POTO but I love that as well- very obsessed- note the avatar...

but I TOTALLY love how the Man in chair is just.... MAN IN CHAIR

:D did I mention how excited I am? feel free to post more random comments here- oh and does everyone think this is a musical for all musical fans? I assume so...

all MAN IN CHAIR fanatics post a shout out.. I'm bored and abusing my school computers.

Author:  lesmisroxmysox [ Fri Oct 13, 2006 8:13 pm ]
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I'm going to New York soon, too, and am going to see it! I undestand how you feel because I'm SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO excited!

Author:  Eponine Thenardier [ Sun Oct 15, 2006 7:18 am ]
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You guys are so lucky! :D I might be seeing it sometime in late Dec. - early Jan., but it's up in the air. Tell us all about it!

Author:  wseguin [ Thu Oct 19, 2006 11:31 am ]
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Even neater, Man In Chair, Bob Martin, is the author (one of) and his entire costure consist of a old sweater. I met him after the show at the stage door, and it was basically the same guy sans sweater. Nice guy too.

As opposed to like Adolpho who probably could never be recognized out of costume.

BTW, I think Bob lost out big-time at the Tony's this year. He IS the show, but since it's officially a musical, but he doesn't sign (except for briefly in Bride's Lament and the reprise of As We Stumble Along), it tough to compete for Best Male Lead in a musical.

But at they (accurately) describe it, its not really a musical per se, it's a musical within a comedy or within a play, and in those categories he should have won.

-w

Author:  RainbowJude [ Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:41 pm ]
Post subject:  THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

wseguin wrote:
As they (accurately) describe it, its not really a musical per se, it's a musical within a comedy or within a play...

Nope, I am sorry, but The Drowsy Chaperone is a musical. All those frameworks really mean is that the show is a meta-musical, but it is a musical nonetheless.

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