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    Munsky Boots

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    Cyndi Lauper’s Kinky Boots Review - Royal Alexandra Located at the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Kinky Boots, directed by Jerry Mitchell, is a show that will make you want to get out of your seat and dance. Music and lyrics written by Cyndi Lauper and the book was written by Harvey Fierstein. There were many hidden messages in this performance, and it had a mixture of themes such as romance, and comedy and there were some surprising emotional parts. Kinky Boots is about a boy named Charlie Price, (Graham Scott Fleming) owner of Price and Son shoe factory after the passing of his father. His factory starts to go out of business, and Charlie and his employees aren’t making enough money. After accidentally meeting a drag queen, Lola, (Kyle Taylor Parker) Charlie comes up with an amazing plan to start making and selling boots for crossdressers. Lola, alongside with her chorus of drag queens, (Alex DeLeo, Dan Domenech, David Lopez, Stewart Adam McKensy, Geoff Stevens, and Jesse Weafer) design the boots for Charlie and his employees to make. One of the factory workers, Lauren, (AJ Bridel) starts crushing on Charlie, but Charlie is engaged so she knows she can’t try to be with him, but that puts her in an insane state of mind. Lola challenges another factory worker, Don, (Daniel Williston) to find what being a man is truly about, when Don is unaccepting and making fun of Lola for being who she is. Lola tells Don that being a man consists of accepting a person for who they are, and…

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    I found my sister 's diary in her safe. When she went missing, I was in such a rush to find her that I forgot to go through the entire safe content. My sister recorded even minor event in her life. I wander if she had a premonition about her future. Regardless, her organizational skills aided my efforts to find her. I opened the diary, went back two weeks and began to read. July 3rd - Samantha is a wonderful woman. I can be myself around her. Her overnight visits can arouse suspicion.…

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    She's So Unusual Analysis

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    She’s So Unusual was created and sung by Cyndi Lauper. This album is a pop/rock album and, it has a variety of different songs, no two are the alike. My overall impressions of the songs are that they are crazy, funky, weird, fun, playful and, energetic. All of the songs in the album are very catchy, upbeat and inventive tunes. This album has a personality of its own. In this album she usually sang, and had studio musicians play. Her main studio musicians were Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman (of…

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    Introduction In 1983, when Cyndi Lauper released “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” on her album She’s So Unusual, it garnered so much fame that it became one of the most well-known feminist anthems in the country. Several artists covered the song in subsequent years, and Lauper herself released a remastered version. However, few people are aware, even today, that the song is a cover version of Robert Hazard’s original demo, recorded in 1979 but never released officially (the demo is currently…

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    My mother Araceli Reyes is caring for her kids she always has fun with them, takes her kids to fun places and family trips. Araceli is smart and works hard at her job. My mom is a very busy mom she drives my brother, my sister and I to school every single day and then she has to drive herself to her workplace. My siblings and I are all in three differant schools, that’s a lot to handle when you’re a mom. My mom ia always confident on what she say at home and specilly at work meetings too. My mom…

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    7) The presentation of the pirate ship to the young cast was kept under wraps until filming to capture authentic reactions, but, according to Josh Brolin (Brandon Walsh), he ruined the take with a shouted expletive caused by his shock at seeing the realistic ship. 8) Astoria, Oregon, the town where "The Goonies" was filmed, holds an annual festival celebrating the release of the film that includes tours, scavenger hunts, and visits from cast members like Sean Astin, Jeff Cohen (Chunk), and…

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    the age of four I would be placed on division one. My first cheer practice I walked into the Page building and looked around confused. I was rushed into the practice room also known as the cafeteria. I listened intently as the coaches introduced themselves and taught us how to stretch properly. We also learned a dance and how to jump. The forty-five minutes passed by quickly and I couldn't wait to go back the next week. I also couldn't wait until my first competition. My first competition…

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    Music was once a place to get away. All throughout time, music has been love, passion, exercise, therapy, and fun. Music has changed dramatically in the last fifty to sixty years. Rhythm and Blues music was once known as rock and roll but was changed when the two different types of music took their own way. Rhythm and Blues started big in the 40’s and 50’s. It was the biggest and most popular type of music and made the most impact in history. R&B (Rhythm and blues), which consists of soulful…

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    him and his brothers, a family group- The Jacksons” (Ferris 2006, pg.278). For years, the families toured as the Jackson 5 and were very successful, since the 1960’s the family opened showed for Motown and ultimately they were the headliner. The Jackson 5 stayed with Motown until 1976, while Michael Jackson had already gone solo in 1971 with “Rockin Robin,” “Got to be There,” “Ben,” and “I Want to Be Where You Are”, the family still sang together. After the movie The Wiz, in 1978, Michael…

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    Kinky Boots is a musical directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, music and lyrics by Cyndi Lauper and written by Harvey Fierstein. It is based on a true story. The medium in this music would be the performers, the chorus/music and stage. Kinky Boots musical was first premiered in Chicago in 2012. While we saw it in London, it was first premiered in London on September 15th, 2015. The musical is about a man who just lost his father and he is trying to save his father’s shoe business. He…

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