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2nd Aug '16 6:22:05 AM mlsmithca
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** "We're in the Money" is a song within the musical's musical ''The Pretty Lady''. With the right tap choreography, it can be a show stopper. In fact, it IS considered a historical showstopper in broadway.

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** "We're in the Money" is a song within the musical's musical ''The Pretty Lady''. With the right tap choreography, it can be a show stopper. In fact, it IS considered a historical showstopper in broadway.Broadway.
1st Aug '16 8:08:21 PM QuanticCandy
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** "We're in the Money" is a song within the musical's musical ''The Pretty Lady''. With the right tap choreography, it can be a show stopper.

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** "We're in the Money" is a song within the musical's musical ''The Pretty Lady''. With the right tap choreography, it can be a show stopper. In fact, it IS considered a historical showstopper in broadway.
29th Jul '16 6:51:57 AM mlsmithca
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** ''Maps'' is a somber song sung by Regular Allison about how geographically small her Dad's life is since besides travelling to Munich with Helen, most of his life was spent in Beach Creek, Pennsylvania.

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** ''Maps'' "Maps" is a somber song sung by Regular Allison about how geographically small her Dad's life is since besides travelling to Munich with Helen, most of his life was spent in Beach Creek, Pennsylvania.
28th Jul '16 10:39:56 PM QuanticCandy
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** ''Maps'' is a somber song sung by Regular Allison about how geographically small her Dad's life is since besides travelling to Munich with Helen, most of his life was spent in Beach Creek, Pennsylvania.
17th Jul '16 6:30:11 PM nombretomado
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%%** ''{{Company}}'' - [[TearJerker "Being Alive"]] and "Ladies Who Lunch".

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%%** ''{{Company}}'' ''Theatre/{{Company}}'' - [[TearJerker "Being Alive"]] and "Ladies Who Lunch".
28th Jun '16 9:20:09 PM QuanticCandy
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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wG1NE9EWK8g Changing my Major,]] a song depicting the main character Allison's sexual awakening as a lesbian.

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wG1NE9EWK8g Changing my Major,]] a song depicting the main character Allison's sexual awakening as a lesbian. Even if it's a slow song, The message that it conveys to the audience about what it actually ''feels'' like to sexually awaken for some people whether it be the mixed emotions of joy and fear. Allison, who's only 20 during the song, was so scared and bottled up all her feelings about what gender she really shows attraction towards. And how flipping '''ecstatic''' she is after her first time with her roommate. The feelings she has when she figures out she's not alone. The shear joy, unsureness, and overall satisfaction with herself is truely what makes this song so kickass, especially for LGBT+ theatre fans.



* ComicBook/FunHome has the song ''Changing my Major''. Even if it's a slow song, The message that it conveys to the audience about what it actually ''feels'' like to sexually awaken for some people whether it be the mixed emotions of joy and fear. Allison, who's only 20 during the song, was so scared and bottled up all her feelings about what gender she really shows attraction towards. And how flipping '''ecstatic''' she is after her first time with her roommate. The feelings she has when she figures out she's not alone. The shear joy, unsureness, and overall satisfaction with herself is truely what makes this song so kickass, especially for LGBT+ theatre fans.
** Similarly, the song ''Ring of Keys'' is sung by a younger Allison when she emotionally connects with a butch delivery woman can have the same effect. During her early youth, Allison was constantly berated by her father for expressing non-feminine interests in clothing. Seeing someone who feels the way that she does really changed Allison.
28th Jun '16 9:18:47 PM QuanticCandy
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* ComicBook/FunHome has the song ''Changing my Major''. Even if it's a slow song, The message that it conveys to the audience about what it actually ''feels'' like to sexually awaken for some people whether it be the mixed emotions of joy and fear. Allison, who's only 20 during the song, was so scared and bottled up all her feelings about what gender she really shows attraction towards. And how flipping '''ecstatic''' she is after her first time with her roommate. The feelings she has when she figures out she's not alone. The shear joy, unsureness, and overall satisfaction with herself is truely what makes this song so kickass, especially for LGBT+ theatre fans.
** Similarly, the song ''Ring of Keys'' is sung by a younger Allison when she emotionally connects with a butch delivery woman can have the same effect. During her early youth, Allison was constantly berated by her father for expressing non-feminine interests in clothing. Seeing someone who feels the way that she does really changed Allison.
5th Jun '16 4:18:49 PM nombretomado
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* [[RockyHorrorPictureShow "How do you do? I see you've met my faithful handyman...."]]

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* [[RockyHorrorPictureShow [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow "How do you do? I see you've met my faithful handyman...."]]
24th May '16 8:57:14 PM mlsmithca
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** ''We're in the money'' is a song within the musical's musical ''The Pretty Lady'', with the right tap choreography, it can be a show stopper.
** ''Lullaby of Broadway'' is a crowd rallying song devoted to getting lead protagonist Peggy Saywer to replace Dorothy Brock in the show's musical.

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** ''We're "We're in the money'' Money" is a song within the musical's musical ''The Pretty Lady'', with Lady''. With the right tap choreography, it can be a show stopper.
** ''Lullaby "Lullaby of Broadway'' Broadway" is a crowd rallying song devoted to getting lead protagonist Peggy Saywer to replace Dorothy Brock in the show's musical.
24th May '16 7:39:14 PM QuanticCandy
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* ''42nd Street'', despite being an older musical, really does have some great songs.
** ''We're in the money'' is a song within the musical's musical ''The Pretty Lady'', with the right tap choreography, it can be a show stopper.
** ''Lullaby of Broadway'' is a crowd rallying song devoted to getting lead protagonist Peggy Saywer to replace Dorothy Brock in the show's musical.
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