Hugh Jackman is nothing but pure joy. That is all. A more extensive review is likely forthcoming when (and if) I ever recover from being utterly awestruck… in the meantime, enjoy these clips and photos.
In sum, know this about The Man. The Music. The Show.: Hugh is living his best inner 8-year-old’s Golden Age-musical-loving life onstage in arenas this summer. And we are all the better for it. His thesis seems to be “reconciliation through culture,” and a more kindhearted and inclusive affair (a loving throwback to sunny variety shows of our youth) you’d be hard pressed to find. Lord knows we all need some vintage TLC these days.
Part autobiography, part greatest hits, part retrospective, part therapy session, this show is all heart. Don’t miss it.
Full photo album here. Tonight’s set list here.
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He certainly is!
good to see you there with all of your favorite people, enjoying this amazing night of showmanship. your first two lines sum it up so well.
Thank you ❤️
aha! trying again….and videos, too! thanks for this once in a lifetime opportunity and shipping/wheeling me into this delightful moment in time. wow and wow and wow!!!!
Thank you for your kind and brave heart and for teaching me to always have fun. Love you
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