Lea Salonga - "Nothing"
Lea Salonga is one of the most gifted singers on Broadway. Her performance as both Eponine and Fantine in Les Miserables set the standard for all subsequent actresses for the role. In this clip, a concert from Broadway, she sings one of my favourites from A Chorus Line, Nothing. It is a song of empowerment and believing in oneself. Lea sets up the number, the context for it, and dedicates it to all those who have ever said, "I can't, I shouldn't, I am better off not trying, this one is for you!" Enjoy!
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The title of this blog is an allusion to the famous work of Blaise Pascal. This blog represents the variety of my interests and thoughts on any given day and are strung together, like Pascal's Pensees, in no particular order. I work in the field of mental health, education, and human rights. I write and am a human rights advocate. I enjoy poetry, jazz, spirituality, politics and a potpourri of other interests that you will see reflected in this blog.