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Transition: Q/A wLes Mis

In early November, I spotted this worker:

Our local mall was in transition for celebrating the upcoming shopping Christmas holiday.  

The tree was already almost done and it was only November 3rd… 839 more words

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#332: London Trip Confirmed!

It was about a month ago since I announced my plans to fly to London. The reason for that is rather obvious: to watch musicals! Of course, I will tour the place and do some stuff not related to musicals, but a good 50% of my itinerary will be theatre-related. 697 more words


Victor Hugo: A True Master of Arts

Everyone knows Victor Hugo as the author behind well-known and loved literary masterpieces, Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.  The first has been made popular by Cameron Mackintosh’s 1985 musical of the same name, carrying memorable songs and music that has allowed it to become the longest running musical on Broadway, while the latter has been adapted into a successful albeit much underrated Disney film (although the ending is very much different from the original). 1,052 more words


The Maker’s dream

I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables expresses the experience of many of us. Watch the video and then ponder the rest of this post… 264 more words


I just noticed the new layout!

It looks cute

#329: Commercial Classics

It seems like commercial theatre has become extremely popular since the 1980’s, on both sides of the pond. As Alan Menken’s big Broadway hit Aladdin… 989 more words