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Johnny and I went to a Best of Broadway Musical this past week. We saw 9 to 5, the Musical, and laughed our heads off. We heard good music, and saw plenty of blue, our favorite color. Dolly Parton wrote both the lyrics and the music, so you know we were tapping our feet.
Here's an official description:
Set in 1979, the story of three unlikely acquaintances try to take control of their company and learn there's nothing they can't do.
"9 to 5: The Musical" features some well-known Broadway names. Diana DeGarmo, a third-season "American Idol" finalist, plays the role of Dorelee, a part made famous in the film by Dolly Parton. Sharing the stage are: three-time Tony Award nominee Dee Hoty as Violet, Broadway veteran Mamie Parris as Judy and Joseph Mahowald as Franklin Hart Jr.
Dorelee is supposed to be from Texas, so Diana DeGarmo used a high-pitched, thick accent. I lived in Texas for one year, and I've never heard anyone speak with such an accent! This detracted as it was a bit difficult to understand the words when she spoke quickly. Even if she meant to sound like Dolly, a Tennessee native, the accent was too phony for me. All other actors were as clear as bells. In any case, we had a good night. Any time there's laughter, I like it. Therefore, I'd recommend it.