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She decides that she has to transfer from the sunny UCLA campus to the ruthless Harvard Law School to follow Huntington and prove that she is just as intelligent and devoted to law as he is. Not all musical adaptations of films work, but like its lead character, Legally Blonde: The Musical proved that “dumb blondes” are merely a stereotype and that anything is possible when you put your mind to it, especially if you toss in a bit of “bend and snap.” Several touring and international productions have launched since the Broadway show closed in 2008, so the energy, spunk and morals of this shimmering musical have entertained audiences outside of New York for years. Hilarity and devastation ensues, making this musical quite the emotional rollercoaster. With catchy (and sassy) songs such as “Bend and Snap,” “Gay or European,” and “So Much Better,” this musical lit up the stage and captivated audiences through its beautiful story and hysterical characters. If it were up to me, I would revive it right now with Taylor Louderman as Elle and Ryann Redmond as Paulette. Elle then helps Paulette in a way that proves she is beginning to understand law ("Run, Rufus, Run/Elle Reflects").
It tells the story of Elle Woods , a sorority girl who enrolls at Harvard Law School to win back her ex-boyfriend Warner.
She discovers how her knowledge of the law can help others, and successfully defends exercise queen Brooke Wyndham in a murder trial.
She is accepted after revealing she is motivated by love ("What You Want").
Elle's snobby classmates disapprove of her attire, and the only person who is willing to help her is law teaching assistant, Emmett Forrest ("The Harvard Variations").
The winner was Bailey Hanks, who played the role from July 23, 2008 until the production closed on October 19, 2008.