Yes, the 'triple threat' must be a tough combination to find in young people. :nod
I'm also a huge fan of musical theater, having been introduced to it by my parents when I was a little girl. I've seen quite a variety from classics like Mary Martin in Peter Pan eons ago to Rent and Chicago just a few months ago in Los Angeles. Mr. Rose and I will be seeing Aida, Mermaids and Forever Tango this year, and I can't wait. It's fun to meet other theater rats such as yourselves, and good to know I'm in good company. :banana
BINGO! That's the perfect description of how and why you cannot compare the two shows.
Originally Posted by echo226;2266694;
It's just like people complaining that these contestants have odd facial gestures...but that's exactly what you need for Broadway. :shrug
Hey, Broadway ! :hiya I am one of those who said specifically that Derek had odd facial gestures ... but he was mugging and actually grimacing... which I thought was not a good thing when he was supposedly "romancing" a girl ! He looked like he was more in pain than in love. But who knows ... maybe she had bad breath. :lol
Originally Posted by Broadway;2267066;
:lol To be fair, I didn't see his performance the night that you had mentioned that comment... but I know others have made comments about others as well, namely Austin and Ashley.
I never liked American Idol; it makes fun of and insults people who are delusional about their talents. Despite its popularity, I have never watched more than 10 minutes of that show.
I like this show because I am a long time Grease fan and because it showcase contestants with some talents. It treats even eliminated contestants with dignity and respect by singing them off at the end of each show. That is why I have watch every episode and recorded most of the latter episodes of this show.
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