Godspell at the Muny! It was my first time going to the Muny and it was magical!
I caught the out-of-town tryout of Ragtime in Toronto when I was eleven and it changed my life. I had never been so affected by a performance and it made me understand the power of musical theatre as an art form.
The first time I saw Les Miserables, at the Broadway Theatre, I was blown away and wanted to be a part of that show!
Well, it's so gay, but I have to say Streisand in Funny Girl. I can still feel the excitement of watching her spin magic on that stage and the sound that was coming out of her. Unforgettable.
And I did see the original Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? which produced gasps from the audience about every 3 minutes.
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