What Did You Think of Hairspray Live? Take the Poll



Did you love it? Hate it? Vote, then tell us why in the comments.

We’ll have a full review up later. For now, let’s just say we loved it! It’s one of our favorite musicals, so it’s hard to go wrong with this show. This production did an exceptional job. It wasn’t perfect, but that’s part of being live. Everyone has different tastes, though, so let us know what you thought below.

6 thoughts on “What Did You Think of Hairspray Live? Take the Poll

  1. This is actually my first time watching the story of Hairspray & while I was aware of the musical, & the Travolta movie, never really had an interest in it until these live musicals. I enjoyed it immensely and would/will watch it again. Might not watch the movie now since people tell me mama in a big girl now isn’t it.


  2. Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now isn’t performed in the movie proper, but it is the second song that plays over the closing credits, after Come So Far. Cooties plays after that. I liked Harvey Fierstein a lot better than John Travolta as Edna, and Martin Short as Wilbur, but the movie does have Zac Efron, Brittany Snow, Queen Latifah, and James Marsden. It’s a fun show in all its incarnations.


  3. Very good blog! Do you have any suggestions for aspiring writers?
    I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything.

    Would you recommend starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many choices out there
    that I’m completely overwhelmed .. Any ideas?
    Appreciate it!


  4. Thank you, that’s so nice of you to say! We’ve only been doing this blog for a little over a month, but we’ve also used tumblr, live journal, and a few others. WordPress is hands down the easiest blog or social media site we’ve found so far. Everything is so intuitive and organized, and WordPress is very helpful when you need it. We have the premium plan, so we can’t say how the free option is. As for writing, the most important thing is to just start writing, and keep writing. Find a way to make yourself finish things, then take the leap and hit the publish button. If you get too involved in perfectionism, you’ll never actually get anything up on your blog. If you just keep writing and publishing, you’ll work out what your style is and what types of posts work best for you as you go along.


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