Shout out to the nice canine.
Photograph: Andrew Lloyd Weber/Twitter
In these making an attempt occasions, as all of us flip to Cats for distraction, Andrew Lloyd Webber has popped as much as do some piano serenade on Twitter. Like many artists, and particularly since his Cinderella musical has been pushed again, Webber is sitting at residence in self-isolation throughout the coronavirus pandemic. So, just like the social-media influencers that each one celebrities have change into now, Webber requested followers on Twitter yesterday what he ought to play on his piano (whereas sitting in entrance of a very fancy portray of the solid of the musical Cats), after which adopted up immediately with a efficiency of “All I Ask of You” from Phantom of the Opera.
It’s a pleasant little efficiency, together with an interruption from Webber’s canine, to whom he guarantees, “It’s alright, it doesn’t come from Cats.” Webber referred to the efficiency as a “tryout” after which obtained right into a dialog slash bluffing match with Lin-Manuel Miranda, which simply nicely may imply we see extra of those sooner or later.