Watching the Eurovision Song Contest: The S from Russia...And The S is still playing! For those of you who are into the theater and watch movies to either relax or get something to do, this might be just the show for you. This series stars some of the most well known actors in the business, who are all singing and dancing their hearts out in front of the camera.
Case Scenario - Based on the popular 2020 movie featuring Julia Roberts, this drama is a very funny series that tells the story of a group of singers who take the stage for the Eurovision Song Contest. The series follows their dreams and ups and downs along the way, while allowing some funny moments. This film is also a big hit at the box office, so check it out before you decide to buy tickets.
Before I continue with the series, I think you should know what type of musical theatre you want your Eurovision Song Contest to be. There are four categories: comedy, drama, pop, and traditional. You must decide what type of music fits the best. I will discuss each genre of musical theatre and whether you want to watch it or not.
Comedy: Many of the most successful musicals are comedies. There are some great comedic musicals on Broadway like Les Miserables and Mamma Mia. If you want to watch an adult comedy, The Producers or Aida might be your best choices. However, if you want to see a young, energetic group of singers, A Love Supreme is one of the best shows you can see. I would not recommend watching Aida, but it is not the worst musical out there.
Drama: Choreographed drama is another popular genre of musical theatre. Les Miserables is a famous example of a well-loved, yet choreographed drama. Another good drama that you should look for is the West End production of War Horse. These types of shows are popular because they feel like they belong in the theatre, as if they were acting in front of the audience.
Pop: If you want to watch a musical, but it is not about dancing, try watching a show with a more traditional category. Eurovision Song Contest: The S from Russia is a great example of a traditional musical. This version of The Lion King features many beautiful songs that are not for children, but that you should enjoy. I personally like Lola, and The Treacherous Troubadour is another good song. Overall, this show is perfect for those who want to see a show that feels like it belongs in the theatre.
Traditional: In the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest: The S from Russia, the use of real instruments and vocals is in the original songs. There are plenty of old-fashioned songs that the audience should love. The Lion King and Come from Away are both classics that any fan of musical theatre should see.
So if you want to watch some of the best musicals out there, check out the Eurovision Song Contest: The S from Russia. It is not only a great musical, but it is also full of comedy and drama. It is a show you will definitely want to watch, and you should make sure to catch it.