Musical Self Isolation Challenge Day 7: A Song from a Musical Comedy

The (almost) worldwide quarantine has been tough for performers. Let’s remind everyone we are still here! I am taking part in a 25 day challenge. That is to sing a song every day and post it. Every day is a new theme!

After watching (and subscribing if you want)… I CHALLENGE YOU to the 25 day challenge. Feel free to share these with me if you wish. I’ve been really enjoying the ones I’ve seen from fellow singers thus far and I hope to see many more!

Today’s theme: A Song from a Comedy.

I had the wonderful pleasure of playing a combination of roles in Spamalot last year in Auckland: Sir Gallahad (who sings this role), Herbert (the gay son), the Black Knight (“It’s just a flesh wound!”) and the guard at the start (“aka the swallow guy”).

I’ve not performed in many comedic roles, but as a singer, this kind of performance can really do something for the soul. I encourage all of my readers to go out and find a musical comedy to perform in when theatres are up and running!

Please excuse the water from my drink bottle. It ended up pouring down my shirt when I had a swig before singing.

Happy singing!



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