Photographer:Gwendolyne | Paul Photographer:Gwendolyne | Paul
15 Sep / 2015Program by:
Featured: PaulLanguage: English

Millidacious

Community is already buzzing – yes, the new musical is coming up, and following is an short interview with Paul, who wrote the story, and music is also “home made” In the musical we will follow the story of a mouse Milli, and her transformation. The project of musical involves many people, beside 100 on the stage and extraordinary back room help. Another few days, and on 25th, 26th and 27th at Sri Aurobindo Auditorium, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of India. and we will need Free tickets to attend the show, which we will be able to collect from Friday 18th :

http://booking.wattmon.in/
or we can pick them up at Solar Kitchen and Town Hall

audacious
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adjective
adjective: audacious

1.
showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks.
“a series of audacious
takeovers
synonyms: bold, daring, fearless, intrepid, brave,
unafraid, unflinching, courageous, valiant, valorous, heroic, dashing, plucky, daredevil, devil-may-care, death-or-glory, reckless, wild, madcap; More
adventurous,
venturesome, enterprising, dynamic, spirited, mettlesome;
informalgame, gutsy, spunky, ballsy, have-a-go, go-ahead;
rareventurous, temerarious
“the audience were left gasping at his audacious exploits”
antonyms: timid
2.
showing an impudent lack of respect.
“he made an audacious remark”
synonyms: impudent, impertinent, insolent, presumptuous, forward, cheeky, irreverent,
discourteous, disrespectful, insubordinate, ill-mannered, bad-mannered, unmannerly, mannerless, rude, crude, brazen, brazen-faced, brash, shameless, pert, defiant, bold, bold as brass, outrageous, shocking, out of line; More
informalbrass-necked, cocky, lippy, mouthy, fresh, flip;
informalsaucy, smart-arsed;
informalsassy, nervy, smart-assed;
archaicmalapert, contumelious
“Des made some audacious remark to her”
antonyms: polite

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