Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Three Shows

Just after wishing I could make it to NY, I was lucky enough to catch my most hoped-for shows:

The Book of Mormon: Brilliant, naughty, equally full of melodic catchy songs and “I can’t believe they said that” moments from the creators of South Park and Avenue Q. I can't believe I managed to snag a discounted ticket moments before the show. Still expensive, but not astronomically so.

How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying: Dan Radcliffe is a mighty hard worker, full of charm, and a pretty good singer.

Anything Goes: Sutton Foster is the most amazing singer and dancer I’ve ever seen live. Most stars leave the stage during a big production number and return at the end to sing the final note. She danced every step, right there in the center . . . and hit all the big notes at the end.

I think I have my Broadway fix for a little while!

2 comments:

Bob said...

Broadway fix runs in the family, lucky you.

mayberry said...

Wow, you weren't kidding about making the most of your NYC visit!!