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    Which Musical

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    DH agreed to go to one musical with me this year (he claims he'll hate whichever we go to, so it doesn't matter...)
    My choices are Phantom of the Opera or Sister Act. There's a slight chance we could see Camelot, but I might be gone that week...
    I've seen all three, and love them all, but I don't know which DH will hate the least... Any suggestions?

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    I always vote for Phantom
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    Camelot!
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    Book of Mormon!

    And tell him to get over the attitude of "he will hate it no matter which one."
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    Camelot!
    I really want to see Camelot, but there's a good chance I won't be home the week they're here

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    Book of Mormon!

    And tell him to get over the attitude of "he will hate it no matter which one."
    It's not touring here in the new future.

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    Phantom!!
    Also my DB has the exact same attitude!!
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    You'll love phantom of the opera!
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    I would die to go see Phantom.

    Only musical I've actually gone to see in person was CATS and I was in the 6th grade.

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    Phanom. But if you want something that a typical guy might hate less, Camelot is probably your best bet, if he's into that type of humor.
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    We saw the Phantom at the King's Theater in London. It was amazing.

    I would be honest. If you are going to go; pick something like Book of Mormon (I've heard it is good) or wicked. I've been told those are really good.

    My husband wouldn't like all the music and picking something more of a play would be better.
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