UGH! We cannot wait to see Frozen when it comes out in theaters!
With Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, & Idina Menzel's voices gracing the film, the songs are bound to be AH-MAZING!
Well, Disney has FINALLY released Idina's version of the song Let It Go, which will be featured in the film, and we are TOTALLY right.
The song is EVERYTHING.
Beautiful. AH-Mazing. FABULOUS.
The soundtrack version of the song, which is sung by none other than Demi Lovato, was released a while ago and we LOVE it!
Though Demicorn's version is awe-inspiring, nothing comes close the legend that is Idina's voice.
Ch-ch-check out the song (above)
and try not to listen to all day!!!
We're giving back while celebrating two of our favorite things, Broadway and the holidays!!!
Perez is so proud to present to you Thank You, Broadway, his new charity single - available exclusively on the latest installment of Carols For A Cure. 100% of all sales go to benefit the needed work of Broadway Cares. Buy your copy HERE!!!
The double album features recordings from your favorite Broadway stars and more! Check out the tracklisting… after the jump!
Listen to Thank You, Broadway above!
Enjoy! And share!!!!
Momma Perez is going back to Los Angeles for a bit, but before she leaves us we wanted to take her to see a show! We couldn't have made a better choice than Motown, the musical.
The new Broadway show gave us everything we were hoping for - and so much more!!!!
The musical tells the story of the iconic Motown label and its founder, Berry Gordy.
The show is filled with too many hits to fit! But they got almost all of them in - expertly abridging songs so you get the feel for the whole tune without listening to the entire thing.
The show is also, surprisingly, filled with some AMAZING dancing!
The set is spectacular! The costumes and wigs are fab!
It's like a Cirque Du Soleil show - minus the acrobatics! It's big! Big! BIG!!!
And we loved it so much! Mom did too!!!
We went to see Carmen at the Metropolitan Opera last year and we were very underwhelmed. It felt uninspired and too safe.
So we went Monday night to the Met to see their new production of Verdi's timeless Rigoletto with low to moderate expectations. And we were BLOWN AWAY!!!!
This is not your mother's opera!
Check out a song from the show above!
MANY liberties were taken with this production, helmed by Broadway director Michael Mayer. MM transported the show and set it in Las Vegas in the 1960s, and with that simple yet brilliant decision he injected this new Rigoletto with ten shots of adrenaline!
The entire cast seemed to be having so much FUN! And that score is just sooooooo good! From beginning to end!
The set design, Christine Jones, was stunning!
And while Dmitri Hvorotsky did a great job as the titular character, it is Irina Lungu and Matthew Polenzani who steal the show with their electric performances as the star-crossed lovers. Their duets in Act 1 were some of THE MOST THRILLING theatrical moments we have ever experienced!
The Met's new production of Rigoletto is a show (probably purposefully designed this way) that will appeal to the masses. And it is a show that must be seen!
We are still FEELING it!!!
The thought of this cult classic movie presented as a Broadway show is simply…
Disney Theatrical has embarked on a stage adaptation of The Princess Bride — and we couldn't be more excited!
The adventures of Westley, Buttercup, Fezzik, Inigo Montoya, Prince Humperdinck, and the Man in Black will be developed into an upcoming play or a musical, for realz!
We're not a fan of disaster movies, but we are a big fan of Disaster, a new musical playing off-Broadway that spoofs the film genre.
New York theater snobs may shy away from going to see a show at St. Luke's Theater, and they're missing out! Lovers of fun and lots of tourists went to see the new satire with us on Friday night. And the audience went away extremely entertained!
A jukebox musical featuring songs from the '70s, these tunes are expertly woven in to the brilliantly absurd storyline by show writers Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick.
You may not catch all the references or be familiar with the disaster genre, but you will know and love these songs! And the show!
Disaster is referential and self-aware. Tongue-in-cheek. Cheesy. Camp. And so much fun!
This is not highbrow entertainment, but Disaster isn't trying to be. It just wants to entertain.
And a truly sensational cast of Broadway veterans, like Mary Testa, help the show be anything but a disaster! A real standout is Matt Farcher as the romantic lead. His voice is so beautiful and pure! It impressed us tremendously and we see a big future for him!
Disaster is like the little engine that could!
Well here's some AH-Mazing news that You Oughta Know!
Alanis Morissette is turning her '90s hit album Jagged Little Pill into a Broadway musical!
OMG! Front row seats please!!!
Ms. Morissette will be working with veteran composer Tom Kitt, who helped adapt Green Day’s blockbuster American Idiot into a stage show, to turn all of the tracks of JLP into what we hope will be a smash hit! A workshop of the production is already planned for 2014!
But wait, it gets better — Alanis might be starring in the show herself!!!
She admitted to always wanting to take center stage and this might be her big shot! She explained though that she won’t decide if she’ll play the lead role just yet, saying: