So for instance, I couldn't get tickets to Wicked or The Little Mermaid, but tickets were available for Avenue Q (a must see BTW), Mary Poppins, Phantom, Hairspray, Spamalot, Mamma Mia! and Rent (just to name a few). We decided to go see Spamalot in spite of my reservations about whether Monique would like it. She hates Monty Python, not at all into that weird British humor. She has not been able to force herself to sit through The Holy Grail or Life of Brian.
This show absolutely made the trip completely worthwhile. I can't recommend it enough (after Wicked). :-)
Oh, fun little side note. I have never in my life seen so many young girls in one place all dressed up in little princess costumes. Too cute.
I know, I know. Some of you are anxiously awaiting reviews of The Little Mermaid and Spamalot from my anniversary trip Thursday through Saturday. And some of you are probably wondering why I haven't responded to many LJ posts lately. Sorry. Work is just that bad that I haven't had time. Details will come later. I promise.
(cue up the music)
I am not dead yet; I can dance and I can sing.
I am not dead yet; I can do the Highland Fling.
I am not dead yet; no need to go to bed.
No need to call the doctor 'cuz I'm not yet dead.
He is not yet dead; that's what the geaser said.
He is not yet dead; that man is off his head.
He is not yet dead. Put him back in bed.
Keep him off the cart because he's not yet dead