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Chicago: Characters Description

Chicago: Characters Description

Watching Chicago for the first time and you realize the immense influence the major characters have on you. Not that you’d pick up the next loose firearm and shoot your lover after discovering his or her infidelity to you (ladies, don’t, no matter how angry you are; some people are not worth the jail term […]

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Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages: Why Karaoke Musicals?

It was only in recent years that got me stumbling across the term “karaoke musical” online. Perhaps because some musicals have decided to use popular music to fit into their scripts. It cannot be helped anyway with the success that Glee had, formats like this are expected to flourish. Do I sound like someone that […]

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Chicago The Musical

Chicago The Musical: Ambition-Fueled Murder And All That Jazz

I remember watching the film version of Chicago when I was in college after seeing it. It served as one of those rude awakenings that I encountered regarding musicals because of how I viewed them in the past. What am I referring to here? When a story included song-and-dance numbers, it often leaned towards the […]

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