Have you ever been to a Broadway show (actually on Broadway)?
Phantom of the opera, the music man, beauty and the beast, lion king, cabaret, avenue q, spamalot, billy elliot, legally blonde, west side story, movin out, cry-baby, all shook up
I saw wicked...and Cried
Phantom of the Opera was my only one, but I'm sure it was by far the best on Broadway. I'm so glad I got to experience it in person after years of being a fan of the movies and traveling broadway shows- I even got a little tears towards the end.
Nice Work if You Can Get It and Wicked. both amazing shows.
And seeing three more shows this year!
it's cool how only the states surrounding new york are shaded blue
the amount of no's makes me sad...
Not on Broadway. But I've seen the different plays in Minneapolis. And later this month am going to see Beauty & The Beast in Columbia.
dont care to be there that city is sketchy
Jersey Boys last September.
I saw The Lion King, Cinderella, Wicked, and Phantom of the Opera, all this summer. They were all fantastic!!!
I have only seen New York City from the Newark Airport and from the air.
Cats, Phantom, a bunch more... But the best was Tommy!
Saw "West Side Story" in 09. Amazing! I am lucky to live in Cleveland which has the largest theater district in the nation outside of NYC. We go to shows all the time here!
Would that I could go often. Both times I've been I was swept away. So were my son & husband who didn't expect to like it.
Ain't nobody got time for that!
Yes! Wicked at the Gershwin :-)
I was there too. How did I miss you?!?!?!
Me too, 3 times! Amazing is an understatement.
Haha I don't know Hoosier :-)
Maggie, you are so right! I'd love to see it again and I envy anyone who saw it with Idina Menzel and Kristin Chemoweth!
Phantom of the Opera.
Not in New York. I've been to the Broadway tour shows in Seattle and Eugene.
No - Broadway is a long way from California. I've seen quite a few of the traveling shows though. I WILL get to Broadway one day though
I've been to Many
There is Nothing like a Broadway Show!
Currently have tickets to see Kinky Boots.... :)
I'd rather go to a movie theatre.
Oklahoma was fun!
Like 10... And I'm only 15
Wicked and I Love Lucy!
No, it's still on my bucket list.
I had the opportunity over the years to watch Phantom of the Opera and Rent.
Yes, I've seen around 15 shows and every single one was amazing. Everyone should get the experience!
I used to go with my mom and sister once or twice a year.
A few times. Most recently Newsies. Awesome!
I saw Phantom of the Opera back in June on Broadway. :) It was one of the best experiences of my life. :) If you can afford to go, I'd say it's worth doing at least once.
I saw Phantom of the Opera.
Saw shows in San Francisco, but not in NY.
funny you should ask. just saw Phantom a few hours ago.
Saw "Cats" at the Winter Garden, back in the day.
Grew up in NJ
Me too! I don't even like plays but I admit I got chills from some of the notes those performers hit. (Especially at the very end) It really made me appreciate what they do. Very talented people.
I want to see "The Book of Mormon"
I just saw it this summer in Cleveland. It was incredible!!
I saw the first national tour, but I want to see it on Broadway this winter because my favorite actor/singer/PERSON in the entire world is currently Elder Price.
Saw it last year in SF. So great!
All I can say if you haven't, you must!!! I have never attended one that was less than amazing. SO worth your time and money!!!!
I really want to but honestly don't think I will get over to that side of the country any time soon.
I wanna, I wanna, I wanna. I went to NYC but I didn't go there..I hated it there though..next time......
Rent! Front row :)
So it's us and... Wyoming?
Yes, I saw How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (starring Daniel Radcliffe) and Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark. It was on my bucket list. I love theatre so much!
Spider-Man was a disappointment to me. The flying around was great, but the book and music were underwhelming. To me, anyway.
I go to New York every year and see at least 2 Broadway shows, usually 3 or 4. Ah, the joys of being a musical theatre geek!
Okay, list time:
Beauty and the Beast, Lion King, Mary Poppins, Chicago, Matilda, The Big Knife (play), Harvey (play), Peter and the Starcatchers (play), Spamalot, Billy Elliot, and probably a bunch of others I'm forgetting right now.
It is fun to do every so often. It amazes me how interesting a relatively static setting can be with good actors and creative design.
I saw Titanic off Broadway...but just as amazing!
I saw Titanic on Broadway a long time ago and thought it was underrated. Really liked it.