Sunday, 29 July 2012

Confessions of a Med Student: I am a Broadway fanatic




And another Sunday, linking up
with Alyx from 
Every day is a new adventure.


1. I knew all of the words to every single track on the original "Grease" record by age 4. 
And the dance moves.


2. When I was little, I would perform songs from "Annie" for my parents.
I was one convincing little 'orphan.' "It's a hard knock life... for us." - sang without my two front teeth.


3. I nearly dropped dead from excitment when I first watched Glee. 
And I get so heated over the episodes my boyfriend has to remind me "it's not real." Something inside of me just doesn't want to believe it ;)


4. I am already planning a trip to fly to New York.
Why, you ask? To watch as many Broadway musicals as I possibly can in one week.


5. If I could go back in time and be any other person in the world for a day, it would be Kristen Chenoweth. 
I would love to know what it feels to star in Wicked, just for one night.



And if I sound overly dramatic in this blog post, well, it is Broadway themed, darling!
Question of the day, for the Broadway fans: what is your favourite musical?

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17 comments:

  1. I've only ever seen "Phantom of the Opera" live, but I think my favorite is "Annie." :)

    -Barb the French Bean

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    1. Oh, Phantom of the Opera! That must have been great!

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  2. What a fun post this is! Picking a fav is hard, but I think I have to say "Cats." Although Phantom is right up there, too. There are so many good ones--I'm sure we could have quite a conversation about it :)

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  3. I don't much like musicals but I always wanted to watch the broadway version of Beauty & the Beast, though it's not for the singing, more because that is my favorite fairytale.

    I hope you have fun when go to new york. have a great day.

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    1. Beauty and the beast is such a lovely fairytale. I still love to watch the Disney film every so often, but I think it could be amazing live. You have yourself a great day as well!

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  4. I'm such a Broadway fanatic too! I saw Les Mis in Chicago a few years ago and almost died. I can't wait till the movie comes out--hopefully it'll be good. Someday I hope to plan a trip to NY too, to see all the musicals :)

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    1. You saw LES MIS?! My gosh, I am jealous! Lucky girl!

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  5. YEP...I think I am too! LOL!

    New follower!
    Tif
    Ramblings of a Southern Belle
    http://www.her-southern-ramblings.blogspot.com

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    1. Haha we're both Broadway fanatics, then! Thanks for the follow, Tif!

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  6. You know it's funny... I live in New York City, but I've only ever gone to see a broadway show once. (Avenue Q right before it closed and went off-broadway)... mostly because it's so expensive!

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    1. It really is expensive! But, the right one is totally worth it :)

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  7. sayin' HI from the Link-Up! I'll be in NYC too this week :) Gonna see Rent! Yay! There was a deal on Travelzoo and we got tickets for $40/each in the Front & Center!! TRAVELZOO FTW!!

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    1. Hi! *waves*
      You're going to see RENT? Oh you lucky girl! You should let me know how it goes -- I'm sure it will be FANTASTIC! The Producers is playing here, I'm going to make sure I see it! Oh, and if you'd like to swap buttons, let me know!

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  8. I'm a total Wicked fan :) It was the priority on my to-see list in London :)

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  9. You saw Wicked? You can't see it but I'm totally jealous :p

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  10. Ahh, seeing musicals on Broadway is AWESOME! We saw Phantom and Mary Poppins when we went, and it was such a cool experience!
    I also love Grease and Glee!
    Thanks for linking up!

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