Experience the magic of Broadway with this thrilling episode of Three Fates Decide! Join Sam as she explores the world of musicals and theater, and discover the drama, excitement and sheer joy of some of the greatest shows ever written. From the impact of Funny Girl to the cost of putting on a production, this episode is sure to leave you mesmerized. Don’t miss out – tune in and be transported to a world where anything is possible
-The importance of seeing live theatre
-Her favorite musicals that I’ve seen recently
-The controversy around the casting changes for Funny Girl
-Her thoughts on which shows should and shouldn’t be made into musicals
-The financial implications of seeing Broadway shows
Are you guys fans of musicals? What are your favorites?
Have you seen any of these? Would you want to watch them? Let us know!
Experience the unforgettable magic of Broadway this year with two critically acclaimed musicals, Six and Chicago, starring Pamela Anderson, and the timeless classic The Music Man!
Witnessed an unforgettable experience of history-making performances, such as the legendary “The Music Man” and “Wicked” with their original casts, as well as other iconic Broadway shows like “Chicago”, “Beauty and the Beast”, “Frozen” and “Hamilton”.
“She’s not the best singer, and you’re on a Broadway show, but I think that’s what Chicago is trying to do because it is competing with a lot of these huge productions.”
“I decided, you know what, I’ll go see the understudy. I’ll go and do that whole thing.”
“When Hugh Jackman got COVID, the previous time, it was during previews and all that stuff. They stopped. They just didn’t do the show.”
“So that was Max’s first night ever portraying Harold Hill in front of an audience.”
“I’m actually really sad that that [Beautiful] came off.”