Despite not having any singing or acting ability whatsoever, there are many female musical roles currently on Broadway that I idolize, even though I obviously never will play them. Here they are!
The majority of my favorite musicals haven’t won the coveted Tony Award for Best Musical. In fact, few of them have. However, I’ve seen nearly 20 shows that did win this accolade, and I thought I would rank them purely based on my enjoyment of the show.
It’s a common misconception that showtunes are happy, perky, or just plain cheesy. The real truth, though, is that not all musicals are happy, and not all showtunes are cheesy dance numbers.
While bootlegs of live theatre have performed wonders for people all around the world, they’re illegal, fundamentally flawed, and they need to be discussed.
Now that the adrenaline from Rent Not Live is starting to wear off (and the fact that Hair Live was recently cancelled in favor of more family-friendly musicals), I’ve been thinking more and more about musicals that I’d like to see made into live TV productions.
In the age of fandom-obsessed Broadway musicals such as Be More Chill, Mean Girls, Dear Evan Hansen, and Hamilton, here’s a guide to stagedooring etiquette from someone who has stagedoored a handful of times.
Throughout the past six years, I’ve seen a lot of great shows, some I would even call my favorite of all time. However, here are five productions that stick out as the most unique theatre experiences I’ve ever seen.