Thursday, March 25, 2010

Passing bells and sculpted angels Cold and monumental

Lightning Round!

2 points for the name of the song
2 more points for the name of the musical

(other points awarded by whim, as always)

(pictures have nothing to do with the answer, generally speaking)

quirky 3-10


Anonymous said...

wishing you were somehow here again

from Phantom of the Opera

Anonymous said...

Character - Christine

Sung by Sara Brightman on Broadway and Emmy Rossum in the new Movie adaptation.

Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Tasha said...

Shooting for whim points, but the nightime picture you have depicted features Cats, which was written by the same composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber and the song from the lyrics takes place a night too. How about some points for connectivity and desperately mad skills of observation?

Anonymous said...

The picture from the last round was from Phantom of the Opera and it appears this picture is from Cats, another musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Anonymous said...

It appears Tasha and I had the same idea and were typing it about the same time :) Great minds do think alike, right Tasha

Tasha said...

You know, if great minds thought alike I'd be winning, or at least in a close second. :)

Carol said...

Okay - so I only feel like I can go for whim points on these 2. I have seen both musicals and I saw both of these 2 with my sister Carla. It happened that for both musicals she got the tickets either free or at a VERY reduced rate because of her employment. It also happened that for both musicals we went in very nice cars!!

The package for Cats was when she worked at the Oxford Hotel in Denver. It is a small hotel that has been around since the 1800's and is knowna for being rather posh (the likes of Debbi Reynolds and Bill Cosby stay there and I met both of them while meeting her at work - how convenient!). That package included a limo ride from the Oxford to the theater - in a Rolls Royce. Nice, huh?

These are great memories for me because we didn't always see eye to eye on things. I not sure why she invited me - but always grateful.

Robert said...

ShaLiece and I went to Phantom of the Opera on our Honeymoon in San Francisco. Does that count for anything?

I remember a lot about that that experience but my most vivid memory is of constantly tugging on my pants. I remember this because I was wearing my nice blue suit with black Sunday shoes and WHITE TUBE Socks. Every time I crossed or moved my legs I was reminded of my fashion faux pas.

I had forgotten to pack dress socks so it was either white socks or no socks. Luckily the theater was dark and no one noticed. Except for ShaLiece of coarse.

Charlotte said...


First of all, I've decided I don't want to mess with 1/2 points. So, Melissa gets another 1 1/2 points for her answer about Oklahoma.

And another 4 non-whim points

and another 4 whim points

Tasha gets 3 whim points

Carol gets 2 whim points for some AWESOME Phantom and Cats experiences.

Robert gets a point for seeing Phantom on his honeymoon, another point for going to San Francisco on his honeymoon, which is the same place Eric and I went, and another point for wearing white tube socks and being willing to admit it.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I should say Thank You to you Char, this is one of the 3 musicals I have seen done professionally and they are the best seats I have had by far thanks to you suggesting it to Jacob for our anniversary!! That was a great surprise!!

Charlotte said...

Well in fairness to Jacob, I have to admit that I didn't recommend it to Jacob as much as I helped him choose the best seats he could afford to get. The idea to get the tickets was all his.

So, we'll give each of you one point.

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