I Love My Mama by Peter KavanaghId love to give this four stars for the illustrations alone, which were adorable and pretty accurate for an illustrated version of an elephant.
Baby elephants are some of the cutest things around, and the illustrator managed to capture that quite well!
The text is sweet, and I love the idea of outlining everything special that the mother and baby elephant do together. But, there wasnt anything overly endearing, and the rhymes werent always that fluid. Still though, Id recommend this for the sweet pictures!
MAMA, I WANT TO SING Celebrates Anniversary with Return to Original Theater
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Mama, I Want to Sing! The film is an adaptation of the off-Broadway gospel stage musical of the same name , written and produced by Vy Higginsen and Ken Wydro. The film is based on the life story of Higginson's sister, Doris Troy , a preacher's daughter who sang in a church choir before being discovered by James Brown. Doris Troy's niece, Knoelle, who has played the star role in the off-Broadway production, makes her film debut in the movie in a principal role. One of the executive producers announced via Twitter that the movie was completed in June
Mama, I Want to Sing, the classic gospel musical created by Vy Higginsen and Ken Wydro , will celebrate a special 35th anniversary season this fall. The production is directed by Mr. Mama, I Want to Sing tells the story of a talented young girl who dreams of leaving her church choir to pursue a life in popular music, despite strong objections from her mother. A tribute to the many African-American artists with church choir roots who rose to fame in the s, 60s, and 70s, creator Vy Higginsen based her musical on the life of her sister, Doris Troy , whose hit "Just One Look" launched her to international fame. The musical was hailed by The New York Times as "a musically invigorating production.
Mama I Want To Sing! As a tribute to many of the African-American stars' rise to fame in the and s, Vy Higginsen based her musical on the life of her sister Doris Troy. Troy's hit " Just One Look " launched her to international fame and a successful career in London , although her roots were in her church choir. Vy Higginsen and Ken Wydro, her husband, conceived the play in January and subsequently wrote the book and lyrics. The musical, however, was rejected by every major producer in New York.