Category Archives: Tim Rice

Musical Theatre Haiku Month: THE LION KING

The Lion King Listen: the grass sings Shakespeare for a younger crew. Zoo puppets go wild! Want to write your own The Lion King haiku? Head to the comment box and give it a try!

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Musical Theatre Haiku Month: JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR

August is Musical Theatre Haiku Month at Musical Cyberspace. By the end of the month, I will have posted 31 haikus about 31 different musicals. Hope you enjoy them, dear reader, and if you find yourself similarly inspired, head to … Continue reading

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May Musical Madness: The Best Disney Musical on Broadway

May is a mad month. A month of random musings about various topics related to musical theatre. Feel free to share your thoughts on each topic in the comment box below. The Best Disney Musical on Broadway Seems like Disney’s … Continue reading

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30 Musicals in 30 Days: A “Love to Hate” Character

Post a song sung by a musical character that’s so bad, cruel or evil that you love them, or sung by a musical character you love to hate. It has to be Eva Peron, as portrayed in Tim Rice and … Continue reading

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30 Musicals in 30 Days: Favourite Male Singer

Post a song sung by your favourite male singer in a musical. This was much tougher than yesterday’s challenge. I can think of so many male singers: John Barrowman, Brian Stokes Mitchell, John Raitt, for starters. But there is not … Continue reading

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A Review of THE LION KING by Barry Aldridge

I found this review interesting to listen to and was glad that Aldridge had such a visceral emotional response to the show, though I disagree on his point that one needs to have seen the film to get the best … Continue reading

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