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Advice for getting into older musicals?

borlechristian
Chorus Member
joined:5/3/20
Chorus Member
joined:
5/3/20
Advice for getting into older musicals?#1
Posted: 5/3/20 at 3:35pm

I've been what i consider a theatre geek for about 4 years. I've listened to plenty of popular contemporary musicals, but i want to try and broaden my horizons, and listen to some older ones. The only "old" ones i've listened are les mis and into the woods. (not even that old) I want to be seen as more professional, and not as some theatre fan who only listens to new musicals. Any advice or musicals i should start with?

Thanks!

Bruno Araujo
Swing
joined:7/6/20
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Advice for getting into older musicals?#2
Posted: 7/6/20 at 3:13pm

borlechristian said: "I've been what i consider a theatre geek for about 4 years. I've listened to plenty of popular contemporary musicals, but i want to try and broaden my horizons, and listen to some older ones. The only "old" ones i've listened are les mis and into the woods. (not even that old) I want to be seen as more professional, and not as some theatre fan who only listens to new musicals. Any advice or musicals i should start with? You could be interested in paraphrasing tool online free

Thanks!
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  • Cabin in the Sky (1943) 
  • Singin' in the Rain (1952)
  • The Wizard of Oz (1939) 
  • Cover Girl (1944) 
Updated On: 8/6/20 at 03:13 PM

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