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High School Musical

Sorry about the several hundreds of you that either just freaked out in excitement or vomiting, but I'm talking about real high school musicals, not the Disney Channel legend.

For those that pay attention to who posts what, some may notice that I have been fairly absent as of late. This is because my time has been sucked into the black hole that is my High School Musical.

Shadle Park is doing the musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."

Don't feel bad if you've never heard about it before, I hadn't either.

I have the opportunity to play a young J. Pierrpont Finch.

I officially invite you all to come see it at Shadle Park on November 15-17 at 7:00 for $6.00.

It will definitely have its shinning moments.

But enough about me, I know there are other High School Musicals out there, and they are nearly always good. I recently saw St. George's rendition of Dr. Seuss's show about the elephant and the egg. I really wish I could remember what it was called. The important thing is that it was really really good.

So! What musicals are out there to be enjoyed, what is your favorite musical you've seen, and if you could have refreshments afterwards, what would you have (CYT is included in this topic.)

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