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"A Whole New World" with Aladdin! (The Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis)

There are a few things that I would go out on a limb for when traveling, and one of them is “attending musicals”. If you read my article on my musical experience in… 616 more words


1,2,3... Mamma Mia! (The Fox Theater, St Louis)

Nothing can potentially explain how I feel about musicals.

They are one of the highest mode of expression of performing arts perhaps, in my opinion, and something that always brings me to a higher level of appreciation for art, creativity, music, and everything else that makes humans nothing short of amazing. 347 more words


Document Your Life #15

Hurricane Irma was moving closer and closer to the Dominican Republic. A week’s of waiting, watching and worrying is slowly coming to an end.

We were watching the devastating damages to some of the other Caribbean islands like Barbuda and the French side of St. 100 more words

To Live

Love someone

I have to leave when this would usually post, and I’m tired, so I’m just going to leave this song here and say this – give someone a friendly smile, a hug, a friendly ear. 40 more words


'A Preachers Wife' Is Heading To Broadway

The star of the Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is bringing a classic Black movie to Broadway, The Preacher’s Wife, the 1996 all-Black remake of the 1947 film… 316 more words

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Beyond the Comfort Zone

     For Broadway fans, this year might be better known as the year of Oak, Mandy and the Great Controversy of 2017.  For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, last month, Broadway’s  605 more words

That masked man is back: a new Phantom of the Opera sings the music of the night

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

“Some of you may recall the strange affair of the Phantom of the Opera, a mystery never fully explained….”

With this opening gambit, and signature organ arpeggio, a 1911 beauty-and-the-beast potboiler by an obscure Parisian hack/bon vivant named Gaston Leroux turned into one of the monster entertainment success stories of our time. 967 more words

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