The music in this show was incredible, but the one that composition that stood out the most to me was “Your Fault” which was sung by five different characters, mostly all at the same time, singing both same and different words. This song is from the musical theater style, because it ties in with the story, while also giving you a “break” from the dialogue. This composition would be my favorite because there was a lot going on, while also tell...
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... come together as a whole. Into the Woods, was a new show for me, one I highly anticipated going to see, and it did not disappoint, the performers, costumes, songs, and scenery were all more than what I had imagined. I enjoyed going to this show, because while a lot of the stories are a tale as old as time, the twist on them made it unpredictable, something that is needed in a musical theatre performance (i.e. West Side Story with Tony and Maria). I would recommend this show to everyone, I am an SSL for and FYE class here on campus and anytime a show is being performed I frequently invite my students to go. Going to see the shows here on campus is something I enjoy, I don’t have a lot of free time, so when I find out the dates, I always make time to go, it’s something that can transport you to another time and place and for two hours allows you to live in the story.
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