Good solo musical theatre songs for girls?
I've always been terrified of singing in front of people, but I figure that this year is the year to face my fear. I love to do Speech at my school, and one of the categories is Musical Theatre. I need a really good musical theatre piece. I have a fairly good range, but nothing way too high(Like 'Glitter and Be Gay' from Candide) or anything way too low.
I don't want to do anything from Wicked, which I love, but is ALWAYS overused, and I would like to try and avoid any love songs, but I will if I have no other choice. Personally, I kinda want to do
'I Will Prevail' from Frank Wildhorn's Wonderland musical, but I can't find sheet music or an instrumental version.
I would like a very, very long list, so that way I have lots of options to look at. If you could, I would like the song title, name of the musical it is from(it can only be a stage production, NO movies), the name of the character, and links to the song and the instrumental version(if you can find one)!
Thank you! Post as soon as you can!
- PuzzgalLv 610 years agoFavorite Answer
Not For The Life of Me from Thoroughly Modern Millie. Sung by Millie Dilmount.
Hold On from The Secret Garden. Sung by Martha.
Summer in Ohio from The Last Five Years. Sung by Cathy.
Pulled from The Addams Family. Sung by Wednesday.
If My Friends Could See Me Now from Sweet Charity. Sung by Charity.
I'm Not Afraid of Anything from Songs For A New World. Sung by Woman 1.
Hurry Up Face from Snoopy the Musical. Sung by Peppermint Patty.
Morning Person from Shrek the Musical. Sung by Fiona.
Blue Hair by Joe Iconis.
Distant Melody from Peter Pan. Sung by Peter Pan and/or Wendy.
Happily Ever After from Once Upon a Mattress. Sung by Winnifred.
Now That I've Seen Her from Miss Saigon. Sung by Ellen.
Better from Little Women. Sung by Jo March.
Past My Prime from Lil Abner. Sung by Daisy Mae.
Always True to You in My Fashion from Kiss Me Kate. Sung by Lois Lane.
Sweet Liberty from Jane Eyre. Sung by Jane.
(just listen to the song, the vid has nothing to do with it)
I Know Things Now from Into the Woods. Sung by Little Red Ridinghood.
Happy To Keep His Dinner Warm from How to Succeed.. Sung by Rosemary.
Holding to the Ground from Falsettoland. Sung by Trina.
Here I Am from Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Sung by Christine.
Stranger to the Rain from Children of Eden. Sung by Yona.
Windy City from Calamity Jane. Sung by Jane.
Home from Beauty and the Beast. Sung by Belle.
Anyone Can Whistle from Anyone Can Whistle. Sung by Fay Apple.Source(s): It would only let me post 10 links... sorry
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REflection by Christina Aguilera.. Ariel's solo in Little Mermaid.. ''I have a deam, a song to sing..'' <-- the mama Mia version.. O;33
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- Jules:)Lv 510 years ago
Notice Me Horton from Seussical
Character: Gertrude McFuzz, a shy neighbor of Horton the Elephant who she is in love with, but afraid to approach him because of her one feathered tail.
Don't Rain on My Parade from Funny Girl
Character: Fanny, an aspiring actress.
Holding On For A Hero from Foot Loose
Character: Ariel, a pastor's daughter, in love with a bad boy, but things will change once Ren comes to town.
Can You Find It In Your Heart from Foot Loose
Character: Vi, a Pastor's wife.
Home from Beauty and the Beast
In My Own Little Corner from Cinderella
Shy from Once Upon A Mattress
Character: FredSource(s): future musical theater major:)