Queen - It's A Kinda Magic: Experience the International Theatrical Sensation
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The last date listed for Queen - It's A Kinda Magic was Saturday October 6, 2007 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Segerstrom Hall
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Joe LaRosaRed Velvet
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I went not knowing what to expect. My teenage boy is into Queen and so we went. I am now sorry that I wasn't a Queen fan before but I can only imagine this was what it must have been like; with a twist. We stood in the lobby before the concert trying to decide what everybody had in common besides holding tickets. Still have no clue. The audience ranged from kids still in elementary school sitting on pillows to get a better view of a Freddy Mercury simulcrum, sometimes in drag almost always half naked, all the way to geriatric go-go dancers out of their seats and performing in the aisles. The most eye opening thing was the group catharsis that seemed to permeate the crowd when during times in the show an almost tangible bond formed amongst the long time fans of Queen that enveloped and brought those of us who were not so much along for a truly magical evening.
Quotes & Highlights
“Queen – It’s a Kinda Magic’s portrayal of Freddie Mercury and Queen was flawless." -Toronto Sun
“The thrill, the excitement, the personality and theatrical experience that was Freddie live! I have not seen another show in the world do it better, their name is well deserved, they truly are A Kinda Magic" -Peter Freestone, Freddie Mercury’s personal assistant/biographer
Queen – It’s A Kinda Magic makes its US debut with this 2007 tour. The production has electrified audiences in France, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Germany, Dubai, Toronto, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines, capturing the hearts of over 250,000 Queen fans who have re-lived the energy of Freddie Mercury and Queen in concert.
Delivered with 21st century sound and lighting, this theatrical attraction creates the best of the rock era in a way that transports you in time, to experience the passion of Freddie Mercury, the amazing guitar solos of Brian May and all those unbelievable harmonies.
The stage performance and presence of Freddie Mercury in this production is so close to the real thing the Freddie’s trusted personal assistant, confidante and biographer Peter Freestone has given it his full endorsement.
“Queen – It’s A Kinda Magic” features over 20 original Queen hits including We Will Rock You, Bohemian Rhapsody, Fat Bottom Girls, We Are the Champions and many more.
They WILL rock you!