Oh wow! I remember those days! Starlight Express, Grand Hotel, sigh. I can't wait for my girls to be old enough to enjoy an evening like that!
What fun!!I, too, can't wait until my kiddos are old enough to do this sort of thing.Phantom is by far my favorite... (see the melancholic in me?)I have to share... DH and I saw "Phantom" in LA the night of the Rodney King riots. A night we will never forget!
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Phantom. I sawi it in Boston many moons ago.
Phantom is the only show I've seen on broadway. I LOVED it. I hope to see shows with my children someday. I'm glad you had a phabulous time.
My gosh, I'm a head taller than you lot.
Oh, you lucky people, You!Great fun! :)
I have never seen that play and I was pretty lucky to live in the NY metro area for so long ... oh well, someday.GLAD THAT YOU HAD A WONDERFUL GIRL'S NIGHT!
Since we're sharing Phantom stories...I had exactly one day in London before catching an all-night bus to Glasgow. (This would be back in those footloose & fancy-free days we all once had.)I got on the waiting list for Phantom and then I got in line (or should I say, "queued up") and WAITED.And WAITED.And WAITED.Well, it was worth it! I got a ticket! (And then I ran like a bat out of you-know-what to make the bus directly after. ;)
I am so jealous. I've wanted to see that musical for quite some time. I can hardly wait to hear about it.
Sally, it was incredible! There are still tickets ... get over there. :-) Love everyone's stories! Touchstone, don't forget those two (or was it three?) inch heels! ;-)
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