Musicals to see once in a lifetime

Hello World!

Even though I myself am kind of exactly the contrast of a talented musician ( my sister got all the shares in this part, thanks for that), I´m a devouted fan of Musicals. This is passion easy to follow while you travel, therefore I´ve had the chance to see quite a few already:

1.) Aladdin, Broadway

Like the adverts said, this was pure genie-us! I´ve ever been a real Disney – addict, and to have one of their movies put into real life was a fullfillment of a childhood for me. The actors were incredible, and the stage props where as coloursful as any child could imagine! Also, going to ANY Broadway Musical is a special experiences real Musical Fans should go for once in a lifetime.

 

2.) The Lion King, London

This was a goal I dreamt of for ages and to finally see the most spectaculair Disney Musical Production left me speechless. The detailed craftmanship behind the numerous requisites was well visible and as a huge elefant consisting of four individual humans entered the stage everyone´s “oooh”s and “aaaah”s were audible throughout the room. The cast was really amazing playing lions, gazelles et cetera with masks on their heads 🙂

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3.) Jesus Christ Super Star, Graz

This musical really goes straight to the chore as it handels such a substantial topic. Christ´s suffering and his last hours are being dealt with really good stagecraft. Especially the scene where he´s publically whipped is acted so well that visitors cringe. Definitely worth it!

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4.) Mary Poppins, Vienna

Take a child´s fantasy into the strict time after war and watch it becoming a Musical-Masterpiece. When Mary started singing “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” my heart got stolen. I went out of the theatre with a smile that didn´t leave my face the whole evening.

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5.) My Fair Lady, Klagenfurt

When Eliza starts singing about the rain in Spain the happiness of the whole scene makes you tap your foot along with the melody. Professor Henry Higgins´ desperate tries to turn her into a Lady change between beiing hilarious and serious.

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These are some of the Musicals I´ve already seen and I plan and try to see many more. Have you any special recommendations?

I´d love to hear your experiences in the comments below  🙂

Yours,

LifeLovingLydia

 


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