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Bathhouse, the Musical, by by Tim Evanicki and Esther Daack
WOW
Thursday, February 28, 2008
3.0
This show was, well...interesting! I knew it was a "gay show" wen i went to see it, but i never expected this. Well Overall i think it was good.

The Billy character was hott, and had a GREAT voice. I think this is his nitch, and he should do alot more theatre! (he has wat it takes)

The Maurice character was cool. You could tell that he has studied music, but at times he seemed to be yelling.

Teddy was pretty good! I liked his solo, but he seemed to be straining his voice.

Hottie WAS ROFL HILARIOUS!!! I'm not sure if he was suppose to be soo off, but it worked. He kept me entertained.

D.L. was cute. I thought he was a pretty good dancer and he had a GREAT body! I think him and Billy were my favorite singers.

The music and choreography was fun, except for the last duet. Maurice and Billy were cool, the song was just out of place and the audience didnt know how to react. Again i think Maurice yelled to hit notes...not cool! The last song was a cool montage of "Gay Classics" and i enjoyed that!

My favorite number was the one with the cowboy hat, the church song, and the one about the penis'. i plan on seein it again before it closes I got friends coming this time. Go see it tho! I thought it was worth it!

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