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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

A Night Out ~ GREASE!!!!

I have been getting out much more recently with concert events and such.  Well, Friday, My husband and I went to the Hollywood Bowl to participate in the Grease-Sing-Along!!!  It was almost sold out, but we had great seats and lots of room. However, it was loud on the bus up there and at the movie.  I ended up fainting when we started to leave as I think I over did it with singing too much with my compromised immune system exacerbated by the crowd leaving and cigarette smoke...down I went.  I was okay, but am still trying to recover from the physical and emotional effects of the wonderful evening.  The following is a trailer (the movie was edited to make it more clean, but not the one I saw)  for the movie theater version and not for the concert arena version that I saw:

Lance Bass was two rows ahead of us and reportedly John Stamos was in the area along with many other important people in Hollywood.  I must say that my overall experience is that celebrities look so much more handsome and beautiful in person than on screen. 

I have always wanted to go to one of the sing alongs... they have also showed The Sound of Music and The Wizard of Oz, both of which I regret not seeing.  What movie would you like to participate in a sing along?


Evan said...

Stop Making Sense - the movie of Talking Heads in concert

Just Be Real said...

Wow, sounds like you had a blast. Blessings dear one.

Unknown said...

Rent. Hands down, in the clubhouse with a 10 shot lead, no doubt about it.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you had a great time! I hope you're feeling a bit better on your feet.

And the movie I would most like to see as a singalong: HAIR! I've seen it on Broadway and I love the movie. It's simply the greatest. It's filled with peace and love.

Wishing you well,

Clueless said...

Evan, NOS and Michael...all great answers. I really like the music from Rent although I've yet to view my DVD.

Avenue Q is one that I would love to have a sing along for. Oh, and there is Chicago and Jesus Christ Superstar. My list can go on and on!

Michael thanks for visiting my site and for commenting. Come back any time.

JBR, Thank you!! I practically slept for three days solid afterward and it was worth it.

Unknown said...

I'm impressed that you feel you had a great time even when you fainted. Must have been a blast!

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