I’m very excited to announce that the PR company for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory have contacted us and asked us if we’d do a giveaway for a free digital copy of the cast recording of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory the Musical which is now broadway bound. Not only can I not refuse a cast recording (a cast recording is a broadway term for soundtrack, except it’s a cast instead of music from a movie or tv show) that begins with people singing the word chocolate, but the music is amazing! They give all of the memorable characters their own new showtunes, but instead of the ones from the movie, they have reinvented them.
One of my favorite moments from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical is that they found a way to make Veruca even more of a brat. Instead of her singing I want it now like she did in the movie version, it’s her Dad singing about her being a brat and how he has to buy whatever she wants. Violet isn’t just a gum chewing blueberry, instead she is a rapping, gum chewing celebrity that is also known as a double bubble dutchess. Not only is her title royalty, they treat her like royalty…it gives a new meaning to blue blood with this ballooning blueberry. Mike isn’t just in tv in this, he is also a Hacker who hacks a life dream and hacks through the golden ticket contest. So you don’t complain, they still keep in Augustus falling into the chocolate river, Violet chewing gum and turning into a giant blue ball and all of the other fun mishaps that eliminate the kids from the contest to win the factory. The rest of the show carries you through an amazing world of candy, imagination and the chocolate factory that you fell in love with when you were a kid watching the movie.
If you got a chance to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in London, then you know it is an amazing show that you must see. The cast recording is addictive and I’m listening to it while I’m typing this post. I can’t wait for it to finally come to broadway so US audiences can fall in love with it as well. Until then you can enter to win our giveaway for a free copy of the cast recording of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory the musical. Thank you all for reading and entering the contest. Don’t forget to share it with your friends and come back every day for extra entries.
With Broadway Reviewed getting it’s 1,000th like on Facebook, I decided we should do another giveaway. It seemed like a lot of you liked when I did a Free Book of Mormon CD giveaway on the Original Cast Recording. Instead of doing a CD this time, I’m going to give you an option where you can get a Free Book of Mormon CD or Free Book of Mormon cast recording in mp3 form. You let me know which form you would like the cast recording in and I’ll find it on amazon and send it to you. The contest is beginning today and ending on the 15th of February and there are ways that you can enter to win each day, so make sure you come back each day for more chances to win.
Here are the rules:
You must complete the tasks to win the prize. (This means supplying the information with what it asks for on the entry form).
You cannot use fake accounts, accounts dedicated to freebies and giveaways, etc…
If the winning entry did not complete the task, they forfeit their prize. BroadwayReviewed.com has the right to end the contest there with no winners or we can try picking one or two more. It is at our discretion.
We will select the winner using random.org and rafflecopter and contact the winner within 5 business days of the contest ending for a mailing address, name and email address. If the winner does not respond within 3 business days, they forfeit their prize.
This is in no way related, sponsored by or endorsed by The Book of Mormon, any broadway theatre, Facebook or anything else. It is being done as a thank you for reading by BroadwayReviewed.com to our readers.
Thank you all again for reading and we appreciate your support. If you would like us to continue doing giveaways or have ideas for giveaways, feel free to contact us and let us know what you want. We always love feedback, especially about what you’d like to see us talk about on here. Thank you again for reading and good luck with the Free Book of Mormon cast recording giveaway. Also, please feel free to leave any comments below and also to share this post on your own blogs, websites and on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
I wasn’t that excited to see Jekyll and Hyde the Musical when I bought my tickets, but after listening to the cast recording a few times I cannot wait. Not only does the show feature a ton of my favorite showtunes like “This is the Moment“, “Once Upon a Dream“, “Someone Like You“, and a ton of others. The main star of the touring cast is also one of my favorite dance divas from the 90’s and an amazing singer Deborah Cox. Not only is she an amazing singer, but her taking on the lead role of Lucy alongside Constantine Maroulis should be an amazing show.
So here’s the deal with the Jekyll and Hyde Cast Recording giveaway. If you want to win the free copy of the Jekyll and Hyde CD from one of the casts or you would prefer the MP3 version, you can enter below. A lot of the entries can be done daily, but you actually have to do them. If you do not complete what is required, like tweeting three posts out or having 5 friends like BroadwayReviewed.com on Facebook, and your entry is chosen, you forfeit your prize and ruin the contest for everyone. If you really want to win, and not ruin the Jekyll and Hyde soundtrack giveaway, take a few minutes and actually do what is required in the giveaway so everyone can have fun and someone can win the contest. If you are going to the show, or you have already seen the touring cast of Jekyll and Hyde the Musical, feel free to leave a comment below and let us know how it was. If you haven’t gone yet, but you are going to buy tickets to Jekyll and Hyde the musical, you can buy them by click on the link that says buy tickets to Jekyll and Hyde the Musical (and that means you’ll also get 10 entries into the giveaway by supporting BroadwayReviewed.com when you click enter and show us your confirmation number and the vendor you bought tickets through.). Thank you all again for supporting BroadwayReviewed.com and I cannot wait to see the show and hear how much you all liked or what you didn’t like about Jekyll and Hyde the musical.
I love when you go to a show and you remember something amazing about it. Certain shows you remember the music from it like Phantom, others you remember a character like in Les Miserables or a routine like in any show that focuses on dancing or comedy and sometimes you don’t remember much of it but still enjoyed the show. Although the only character’s name that I remember is Huey (because he was seriously funny), I actually remember more than half of the songs and fell in love with the music in Memphis the Musical.
Memphis the musical is all about music which is why it was important for them to get the music perfect for it. They cover everything from ballads to rock and roll and also have R&B throughout the show. The whole store is about a white DJ that loves “colored” music and wants to play it on the radio. He eventually finds this singer from a club in the black part of Memphis and instantly falls in love with her and her voice. Unfortunately her brother gets in the way and tries his best to keep them apart. Huey makes a deal and promises her that he will get her on the radio and that she will be a hit. He believed in her music and “colored” music enough that he broke into a DJ booth when interviewing for a job and took over so that he could put “real colored music” on the radio and introduce rock and roll to Memphis.
Memphis the musical has an amazing cast recording and almost every song on it is incredible. Because I fell in love with the music from Memphis, I wanted to share it with all of you and with one lucky reader, you can win a copy of the original cast recording of Memphis the Musical from BroadwayReviewed.com. To enter our Memphis the Musical cast recording giveaway, just read the rules below on the Rafflecopter raffle and enter as many times as you’d like or can. Most of the ways to enter are able to be done each day so don’t forget to come back and enter as many times as you’d like. I’ve also included a way for you to get 25 entries and a chance to have a blog post placed on BroadwayReviewed.com.
Thank you again for reading Broadway Reviewed and good luck with the giveaway. I’ll announce the winner of the Book of Mormon cast recording giveaway shortly as well. Have a great weekend and good luck!
For the first time ever we have decided to try doing a giveaway. By using the different ways to enter on the field below, you could win a free cast recording of The Book of Mormon the Musical. This contest is not sponsored by Facebook or the Book of Mormon at all. It is a way for me to say thank you to all of you who read this blog and buy broadway tickets (both local and NYC shows and events) through this site. All you have to do is fill out the information below in the RaffleCopter contest moderator and then complete the actions that it asks you to do. You can do many of them each day giving you more ways to win the original cast recording of the Book of Mormon.
After the contest is over I will select one winner at random and that person will get an email from me. You’ll need to respond within 5 business days with your mailing address or you will forfeit your prize. The prize will be sent to you after I purchase it from Amazon. That is why I will need your shipping address so that I can have them mail you a copy of the Book of Mormon Soundtrack.
The Book of Mormon Soundtrack is one of the funniest cast recordings in broadway history. It is offensive, fun and has everything from ballads to funny routines on it. Even if you haven’t seen the Book of Mormon on Broadway yet, or the touring cast of the Book of Mormon, you’ll still be able to enjoy the music from the show and imagine you are there watching it. The show has quickly become one of the favorites for everyone who writes for BroadwayReviewed.com and is one of the most popular shows on Broadway since tickets are always sold out for at least a few months in advance. The Book of Mormon is not a family friendly show because of all of the jokes and the language, but it is perfect if you want to laugh all night and watch a show that is absolutely amazing. It is definitely one of my favorite shows and one that I recommend everyone see if you are in NYC or if it is coming to your city. Thank you for entering our first contest for a free Book of Mormon soundtrack (original cast recording).