I've actually seen a couple actually, I was just in New York with my choir. -Rodger&Hammerstein's Cinderella
-Matilda the Musical
-Once a new Musical
-Book of Mormon
(They are all so amazing. I love them all.)biggrinbiggrin I've really got to see Wicked. I love it too much.
Literally on Broadway or just something that has been on Broadway? I can't remember if "Beauty and the Beast" was more recent than "Book of the Mormon" (from last year) or vice versa. Most of the shows I'm interested in next aren't around until the winter. I'll have to be happy with Spotify, movies and the Hollywood Bowl in the meantime. ^^
Going back to NYC in July to see:
Patti LuPone at 54 Below
Beautiful: The Carol King Musical
And maybe If/Then (saw it in the DC tryouts twice but haven't seen it now that it's on Broadway!)
in the past i've seen wicked, RENT twice, the wedding singer on broadway a few years back. ive also seen the lion king, les mis, and the little mermaid on tour. i actually saw the little mermaid a few weeks ago.
ughhhh i really want to go see if/then and hedwig & the angry inch.
Last one I saw in NYC? Lion King
Last one I saw for Broadway Tour? Also Lion King, lol (that was also my third time)
While I was in NYC last I also saw Mary Poppins, I was allowed in on one of the rehearsals of Newsies a week before it opened (knew the right person, lol), and I also saw Seminar with Alan Rickman. Sadly that was almost two years ago now and I'm desperately overdue!!
I was in NY and saw "Once" a little more than a year and a half ago. The day after, though, I saw "Avenue Q", which is technically Off-Broadway now, but it might still count since it used to be there. razz
I saw Violet on Broadway which was wonderful. And I have tickets to see the National Tour of Pippin in December - I saw the OBC in NY, and it's a great show! If the tour is coming near you, buck up and get tickets. =)
The last two I saw was "Wicked", WITCH WAS SO GOOD, (see what I did there?) and "In the Heights", which was also great, but probably won't be too well understood by the non-latino community. Maybe I'm wrong? I dunno.