#Musical Monday Review #25: State Fair

Overview: Margy is a young girl bored with country life and excited about going to the Iowa State fair with her parents and brother. Each family member has different hopes for the fair, Ma has mincemeat pies for competition, Pa is entering Blue Boyvas biggest boar and brother Wayne had planned to spend the timeContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review #25: State Fair”

#Musical Monday Review #24: The Identical

**I know technically it is not a musical, but totally worth a watch and full of music.** Overview: Twin boys separated at birth due to parents being unable to properly care for both. A preacher and his wife take the child as God’s will for they cannot reproduce otherwise. The two boys grow up differentlyContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review #24: The Identical”

#Musical Monday Review #23: Drumline 2 A New Beat

Overview: Danielle is a bright drummer girl heading off to college at A&T, six years after the first Drumline, against her families wishes. She makes new friends and struggles to prove she belongs on the line while they plan for the BET Southern Classic. Opinion: First off, who knew there was a second Drumline? Anyone?Continue reading “#Musical Monday Review #23: Drumline 2 A New Beat”

#Musical Monday Review #22 Fiddler on the Roof

Overview: A Jewish family living in a poor village, just trying to live their lives. Tavye, the patriarch has five girls to we’d and give a dowry to but he just sells milk and delivers it with a lame horse and trailer. The oldest daughter is able to marry the man she loves, while aContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review #22 Fiddler on the Roof”

#Musical Monday Review #21 Aladdin

Overview: Aladdin is an orphaned teen running around Agrabah with his best friend and pet monkey Abu. He dreams of a better life inside the palace walls. Princess Jasmine, longing for a normal life outside of the palace walls, runs away from home and meets Aladdin. The two have a romantic moment, before being caughtContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review #21 Aladdin”

#Musical Monday Review #20 Children of the Titanic

Overview: Musical docudrama about the children who were on the Titanic and survived. Opinion: intrigued on many levels. First being whoever heard of a musical docudrama? Second, I love anything to do with the Titanic and her I’ll fated journey. The third level being, hearing stories from children that survived. In general, you know thereContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review #20 Children of the Titanic”

#Musical Monday Top 50 Musthaves in My #Writing playlist Pt. 1

Ok I know it’s #Musical Monday, but I am running on no sleep (can’t sleep for some reason) and it’s hot and humid out, which is making me cranky and sweaty :(. So I’ve decided to do a rundown of my top 50 songs I can’t live without or write without. I’m not going toContinue reading “#Musical Monday Top 50 Musthaves in My #Writing playlist Pt. 1”

#Musical Monday Review #19 Beauty and the Beast

Overview: A selfish prince is cursed by a witch for not helping her. His curse is for him to be disfigured as a hideous beast, and all those who dwell within his castle are also transformed into animated household items until his 21st birthday. In town Belle is a normal girl who enjoys reading moreContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review #19 Beauty and the Beast”

#Musical Monday Review #18: I Kissed a Vampire

Overview: Dylan is bitten by a Vampire and started transforming into one. He struggles with his new fangs, weird dreams and not biting the girl he loves. Then Tray shows up to teach him how to be a Vampire and get the girl. His girl Sarah is bitten and starts changing too. She wants toContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review #18: I Kissed a Vampire”

#Musical Monday Review #17: Guys and Dolls

Overview: Nathan Detroit is strapped for cash and looking for a place to hold a floating crap game. In a desperate attempt for quick cash, he challenges Sky Masterson to take a missionary to Havana because he believes all “dolls” are the same. Nathan picked a girl so different from Sky’s usual norm, he isContinue reading “#Musical Monday Review #17: Guys and Dolls”