Ah yes. If there is someone out there who can introduce me to Mr. Cudia I’d be forever in your debt. I saw the show in June with my cousin and my father – we went for his birthday – and what a voice. I was just thinking about how wonderful he was and how much I’d like to go back; hence, this blog post.
If you have not had the pleasure of seeing a show or hearing a voice that makes your eyes well up with tears of amazement… Find a show with Mr. Cudia and join the club.
I have been to several shows over the years – it’s something that I do with my family and I always cherish the experience, regardless of whether or not I love the show. I’m a big believer in Broadway and the power of live theater (musical or otherwise) and I think it’s something everyone should experience. That being said, there are some voices out there that are show-stoppers all by themselves and this man’s voice is one of them.
Colm Wilkinson. Julie Andrews. And now…
While I’m being sappy, I’d like to say thank you to Aunt R and Uncle H for taking me to my very first Broadway show – Teddy and Alice. I believe it was on that trip where I almost lost a shoe at the top of the Empire State Building. Good times, good times.