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Carousel revolves around second chances

“Do we not all deserve a second chance? Are we to be condemned out of hand and not understood? … Rather than having a knee-jerk reaction and saying someone is worthless and doesn’t mean anything and isn’t an integral part of this community or society, there are organizations out there saying we need to take a step back and look at the issue: what’s causing this to happen?” 727 more words

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Something Good by Rodgers & Hammerstein

Perhaps I had a wicked childhood

Perhaps I had a miserable youth

But somwhere in my wicked, miserable past

There must have been a moment of truth… 122 more words

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'Carousel' Revival Set For Spring 2018 On Broadway

Carousel, the sophomore effort by the Oklahoma! team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, will be revived on Broadway next season, according to producers Scott Rudin and Roy Furman. 218 more words

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Rocks In The Attic #529: Rodgers & Hammerstein - ‘The Sound Of Music (O.S.T.)’ (1965)

I love a good overture, and this one has a pearler. It’s probably my favourite part of a traditional soundtrack – the moment where we are introduced into the musical dictionary of the film by a medley of the score’s most memorable moments. 397 more words




Vaudeville always seemed ancient history to me, although it died only a few years before I was born. When I started working in show business in my mid twenties it was kind of a surprise when I realized many of the old time stagehands I was working with actually got their start in vaudeville. 957 more words


Oh, what a beautiful partnership!

The hills… no… shelves were alive with the sound of music last Saturday morning as we celebrated Silver Sunday at Westminster Music Library. For years now it has been our tradition to mark this celebration of older people with an annual sing-along, and this year was no different. 375 more words


Venturing On Stage

Like many young girls, I loved music and dance and took piano and dance classes as a kid. Ballet was my passion! I spent many happy hours doing pirouettes and grand jete-ing my way around the house to a soundtrack of Tchaikovsky and… 434 more words