The Weekend Question (TWQ) is starting a day earlier bacause I'm going down to London to see the musical 'Mamma Mia' for the second time. As a result, I won't be back on the computer until Sunday.
As a result, the TWQ takes a musical tone:
What have been your favourite stage and/or film musicals in the past? What do you like about them? Which one would you like to see if you could?
Here is my entry:
I have seen quite a few stage musicals, although the only one I have actually gone and visited again, is 'Mamma Mia!', as I am doing now. Other outstanding stage productions are 'Joseph & The Amazing Technicolour Drreamcoat' and 'Chicago'.
I haven't seen too many film musicals that appealed to be greatly. 'Cabaret' was an exception, where every tune was brilliant, and there was an intelligent storyline.
'Hair' was always a stage musical I would have wanted to see; not the updated version, but the original '60's' version. 'Aquarius', 'Let The Sun Shine In' & 'I Got Life' were ideal for the stage.
Now it's over to you...