You need to go see The Sound of Music. You really do
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Andrew Lloyd Webber looks for someone to interview him last night at the premiere of Sound of Music.
I went to the premiere of the old almost-nun-meets-sexy-strong-military-man-with-a-boatload-of-children musical at the Princess of Wales last night, and afterwards I felt like I had been sitting in front of a warm fire, wrapped in a blanket, cuddling puppies for a couple of hours. Not that I have ever sat in front of a fire, wrapped in a blanket, cuddling puppies, but I imagine that's what it would be like. The show is so genuinely sweet I felt cleansed of everything Madonna/A-Rod-related. It's sort of an all is right with the world even if everything's going wrong kinda thing. Richard Ouzounian's four-star review explains it all much better. Suffice to say, it's all kinds of lovely. The weird Austrian pickled fish canapees at the party afterwards? Not so much.