‘Galavant’s’ Timothy Omundson Talks Favorite Show Number From Composer Alan Menken [FINALE]
ABC’s musical comedy Galavant is perhaps one of the best things on TV that no one is watching. With music from famed Broadway and animation composer, Alan Menken (Beauty & The Beast, Little Shop of Horrors) and TV & film score composer Christopher Lennertz (Supernatural, Horrible Bosses), the show has everything a fan of musicals could want. The Season 2 finale airs this weekend and with it comes Timothy Omundson’s (Supernatural, Psych) favorite composition from the show.
During a recent interview with TVLine Timothy Omundson discussed his favorite numbers from Season 2:
“It’s all so good. ‘Dragon Power’ is delightful, but I have to say there is a song coming up in the final episode, the opener, called ‘Will My Day Ever Come,’ which is me singing a duet with my inner child, and it is funny, and beautiful, and it ends up being absolutely lovely. It’s Richard singing to a young version of himself, played by Alfie Simmons, who realizes on that playground that people aren’t his friends because they like him but because he’s the king. I show up in his song, and he’s asking me these questions of, ‘Will I be a good king,’ and I’m like, ‘No, not really,’ and start explaining to myself…. It’s a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful classic Menken song that I will forever be grateful that I got to sing.”
Be sure to get your fix of musical comedy by tuning into the this Sunday night at 8:00 PM on ABC
The official TV Guide plot synopsis for Sunday’s hour long Season 2 finale of Galavant, titled “Battle of the Three Armies; The One True King (To Unite Them All),” reads:
“In the first half of a combined, one-hour Season 2 finale, Isabella is ready to give up against Valencia until Galavant arrives with his zombie army. In the second half hour, Madalena and Wormwood's spell could turn the tide of the war, but Sid has other ideas; and Richard is inspired to perform something approaching a heroic act.”© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.