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Friday, 20 July 2012

Phantom of The Opera Broadway Show

The Phantom of the Opera to The Philippines for its opening. I have always believed that audiences here will hold this unforgettable show and love it as much as I do, so I am happy to see such a muscular order for tickets, and to be able to offer 16 more performances.” This touring making of The Phantom of the Opera is as fine as any description you might see in the West End or on Broadway — it is the same superb aim, and we invest a great deal to ensure it is of the highest principles.

Thursday, 12 July 2012

The Amazing Spidar Man

Of course, in conditions of competition, “Ted” & “The Amazing Spider-Man” didn’t really have much by way of rival studios probably looking to avoid getting smashed by the red & blue dressed superhero. Universal’s “Savages” opened with $16 million, excellent enough for fourth place. Meanwhile, the concert doc “Katy Perry: Part of Me” opened in the 8th spot with $7.1 million. I will never appreciate why you crazy kids would track all the way to a movie theater just to watch a concert movie.

Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Rock of Ages Musical Show

Everyone who has seen the film adaptation is well-known with the Broadway jukebox musical written by Chris D’Arienzo. The story of a city boy & a village girl, a crumbling altar of music “Rock of Ages” is about the pursuit of joy in the last years of big hair, shoulder pads & stunning rock ‘n’ roll. Long after the last curtain falls this Sunday, the cast & crew of “Rock of Ages” deserve our thanks for putting up a very unforgettable, wonderful experience for rockers of all ages & even for those who have just recently been changed.

Monday, 9 July 2012

Cirque Zarkana Show

Cirque du Soiled is an amazing experience. This sophisticated circus arts troupe places as much emphasis on production design, sound, lighting, costume & music as any Broadway show.Traditionally, it plays under its own large top. But when in New York, the company resides at Radio City Music Hall through Sept. 2. It's a wonderful art deco setting for any show, & Cirque Zarkana, a dramatic success, makes the most of the space. A gifted team takes Cirque Zarkana as far as their imaginations -- and a cast of thrilling performers can soar. Cheap cirque zarkana tickets are available now and you can click and get those.

This show was my first Cirque show and I knew it was going to be completely acrobatics show.  Still, I was excited as every show is unique. Show is a well performed and exciting to watch. 
 Clowns were funny and very entertaining. The artistic content was unique and incredible. The first portion of the show is a bit slow; the focus is too much on one or two acrobats. The acrobatics is terribly amusing.  The environments were so creative and artistic beyond description. Each scene in this musical kept you fully focused.  I literally found myself sitting on the edge of my seat, hands clasped together under my chin.
The show is just amazing! There was never a dull moment. This musical gives circus a dimension.
I simply loved the performance; its breath taking. The visual effects were mysterious and most importantly the talent was incontrovertible.
Every moment in the show was entertaining and thrilling. We laughed hard. I couldn't keep my eyes off the stage the entire show! The musical, Cirque du Soleil Zarkana is bit short. 

Friday, 6 July 2012

West End Run of War Horse

War Horse is at the front position of its worldwide charge. By the end of 2012 there will be productions in London, New York, Toronto & Melbourne. A nationwide US tour begins in June 2012, with a nine-month tour of the UK from September 2013. In total, the NT made more than £70m in 2010-2011, with 48% coming from box place of work receipts, tours & the West End run of War Horse.

Thursday, 5 July 2012

Michael Jackson's Rock & Roll

Despite the bizarre world that Michael Jackson's life became, his artistic legacy-music, dancing & videos—is eternal. He really was a singular ability. And like other alike main artists from the rock 'n' roll era, like the Beatles & Elvis, there'll probably be a lot of attempts to capitalize on his music for a long time after his death, which was three years ago this week.

Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Cirque du Soleil’s Creative Team

LOVE is an extraordinary approach to both The Beatles story & music,” said Executive Director Bob Santelli. “We’re excited that Cirque du Soleil has decided to partner with us in continuing this elaborate Beatles knowledge. The work of Cirque du Soleil’s creative team is amazing, and we are pleased to showcase these pieces in our museum.

Tuesday, 3 July 2012

The Book of Mormon

Rudin's anecdote echoes a ordinary refrain that the show's producers have repeated since before it opened, that "The Book of Mormon," while obviously satirical, recommend an correct representation of Latter-day Saint doctrines & civilization. Indeed, the musical's high-profile creators, Trey Parker & Matt Stone, have claimed in multiple media interviews to have "done their homework" when it comes to LDS teachings.

Monday, 2 July 2012

To Kill A Mockingbird


The festival's inside Randall L. Jones Theatre, meanwhile, hosts the season's top box-office attractions: the musical powerhouse "Les Miserables" & a stage adaptation of Harper Lee's beloved novel "To Kill a Mockingbird." The farcical "Scapin," an updated version of Moliere's "Scapino," rounds out the Randall L. Jones production.