‘if/then,’ a broadway musical

^^^ starbucks coffee in hand, ready for the show to begin! ^^^
this weekend, will and i had the pleasure of seeing the 
broadway musical, ‘if/then’ at the paramount theater in seattle. 
‘if/then’ was composed by tom kitt, written by brian yorkey, 
and directed by michael greif. 
‘a contemporary new musical set where
choice and chance collide.’
‘if/then’ is the story of elizabeth, a young woman who moves 
to new york city to rebuild her life. she seeks happiness, 
friendship, and a career as a city planner that brings both purpose and 
meaning to her life. this unique musical follows elizabeth in two parallel lives; 
one choice, and her life will seemingly follow two very different paths. 
‘if/then’ was the first musical i have seen in several years, 
and i have to be honest – i was on the edge of my seat throughout the performance!
the singing and songwriting were incredible!
idina menzel, who plays elizabeth, is ridiculously 
talented (which is a vast understatement!!! you may also recognize 
her as the voice to ‘let it go’ in the disney movie, ‘frozen’).
i also loved lachanze (kate) and anthony rapp (lucas). 
^^^ inside the paramount theater! ^^^
the acoustics inside the paramount theater were impressive.
though we sat on the third level, will and i could both see and 
hear the show clearly. he was very impressed, too!
‘if/then’ will be in seattle through november 8th!
to see if the show is coming to a city near you, please visit 
the national tour schedule here.
‘if/then’ has partnered with broadway across america, broadway.com, 
the balancing act, and lifetime television. 
to learn more about the balancing act, the aforementioned partnerships, 
and to meet the cast, i enjoyed watching this video. 
will and i thoroughly enjoyed the musical and spending 
the afternoon at the paramount theater! 
have you seen ‘if/then’? what did you think?
let me know in the comments below!
p.s. my dress is from forever 21, sweater and clogs: thrifted (via goodwill), 
leggings: american apparel (exact here), necklace: c/o leia beila jewelry 
**this is a sponsored post. our tickets were provided to us
in return for this review. however, all opinions and photos are my own!

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