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JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR

Jesus Christ Superstar is a 1970 rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. The album musical is a musical dramatisation of the last week of the life of Jesus Christ, beginning with his entry into Jerusalem and ending with the Crucifixion. 104 more words

Holy Thursday

Today is Holy Thursday and the major event today is the Last Supper and all of the Gethsemane events as well, the prayers,  the betrayal and the fight the ensued. 383 more words

Religion

Daily Trivia: Cats

The musical Cats was based on a book of children’s poems by T.S. Eliot called Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats (1939), a series of sketches of different cats named Macavity, Mungojerrie, Rumpelteazer, Jennyanydots, Rum Tum Tugger, and Grizabella. 107 more words

Daily Trivia

Carrie and The Phantom of the Opera

This is really random, and I’m sure I’m not the first person to think of this, but I was recently watching the old version of Carrie and the 2004 adaptation of Phantom and the parallels between them hit me. 204 more words

Womanhood

the phantom of the opera

I can see why this musical has been so popular for such a long time. Great theatrical effects! Five minutes into the show, when the covered chandelier suddenly plummeted from the ceiling, stopped inches from our heads, and then pulled back in all its glittering glory, all accompanied by the burst of the gripping, menacing music from the harpsichord, — wow, that is unforgettable! 184 more words

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Oh What a Circus! Oh What a Show! - Evita at the Birmingham Hippodrome

Of all the shows I’ve seen over my year with the Birmingham Hippodrome, Evita is probably the one that has surprised me most of all. From what I’d heard and what I thought I knew about it, I really didn’t expect to enjoy it very much, but I couldn’t have been more wrong. 697 more words

Jesus Christ Superstar [1973]

(This film would have been infinitely better if it starred, and starred only, Klaus Kinski.)

Directed by Norman Jewison.

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Tim Rice. 412 more words

Film