fach· Premium Member
Discussion Starter · #21 ·
[/QUOTE]Originally posted by Theresa@Sep 25 2005, 09:24 AM
i took my daughter to NY last Easter just me and her. we saw Chicago and Mama mia she was 15 at that time and also danced for many years she saw the movie and loved the play Would i take her again in a heart beat . We tohave a great relationship and talk about everything. I think the theatre is a great form of art and I did not feel uncomfortable at all watching it with her, she was more interested in the story and the music . Mama Mia is a great one for all ages. I recommend it over Chicago I just liked it better Loved the music.
I too try to protect my children so my advise for you is to go with your gut feeling u know her better than anyone.
Wow, all great advise. Thanks everyone. Actually, she did see momma mia. I forgot to add that one b/c she went with someone else. She loved it. I know the subject matter in les Mis is strong[ FYI, no longer on broadway], but i don't recall any scenes that were too much for her. It is a powerful show, just as Phantom can be at times. The joy of theater. One thing I find really great reading these responses to my question is how this generation is including and exposing our children to the theater. In times past Mom and dad dressed up and went to the theater, while the children had pizza and a sitter. How nice to be exposed to culture from a young age.