all dictatorships are this musical, count me in."
had me kicking my heels up which annoyed visibly the old man sitting
saw this musical performed in London and the actress who played
Evita was very short. There were whole scenes in which she could
not be seen, all I saw was her hat going from side to side with
the occasional jump."
was humming the soundtrack for the rest of the month. A stupendously
musically literate event, almost worth the cost of a state funeral
on its own."
the right amount of dust - bravisimo."
English actor playing an Argentinian General, an American playing
his Argentinian wife, and a Spanish national playing an Argentinian
roughian? A triumph of avoiding to employ Argentinian's for the
production (musical written by an English composer - Andrew Lloyd
couple of moments of sexy saxophoney. No tanned tight and greasy
bodied heaving though, a disappointment."
moment of towels-wrapped-around-the-waists-of-soldiers singing in
the showers. How realistic is this? I have never taken a shower
and not be slap butt assed naked. 0 out of 100 for realism. Deeply
patronizing to assume this audience does not want, if faced with
a shower scene, to see nakedness in all of its wobbly horror."
oh my. Have you ever seen an accapella version of this musical?
It is a joy of banging of garbage cans and car roofs. You will never
bang those clakkers in the same way again! I certainly haven't."
that really Madonna lying there that still? A magnificent achievement
by a notoriously dancy singer."