Category: Stage

Benny Andersson & Bjorn Ulvaeus’ MAMMA MIA! Farewell Tour at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre #MammaMia @BroadwaySeattle

Wow! MAMMA MIA! is a show that I first saw at the Paramount theater about 15 years ago on its first national tour, so naturally, I jumped at the opportunity to see it again here in Seattle on its farewell tour! The music of MAMMA MIA! is comprised solely of the music of the wildly popular 70’s disco-pop group, ABBA, with songs being cleverly adapted to fit within the plot of the show.

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The King and I at the Seattle Paramount is Something Wonderful @STGPresents @KingandIMusical

Let me just start off saying, I’m generally not a huge fan of a lot of “Golden Age of Broadway” productions. I usually find them a bit boring and outside of one or two numbers, generally forgettable. That was not the case with The King and I. I loved it. In fact, I loved all of it, even the ballet portion that seems to be present in all Rodgers and Hammerstein shows.

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Seattle Paramount FINDING NEVERLAND offers Imaginative Family-Friendly Entertainment @stgpresents

The musical “Finding Neverland” is based on both “The Man Who Was Peter Pan,” the 1998 semi-biographical play by Allan Knee, about J.M. Barrie’s life and relationship with the Llewelyn Davies family, as well as the feature film of the same name. Finding Neverland is based on the real people and events that inspired “Peter Pan.”

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