I'm a musicals snob - Sondheim rules, Lloyd Webber makes me cringe. (My mother is the same.) I've seen three productions of Sweeney Todd (original B'way, revival with Bob Gunton, can't remember when exactly that was, latest revival with Patti LuPone and Michael Cerveris), just saw the revival of Company on B'way in November, two NY revivals of Pacific Overtures (1985 or so and last year), the original B'way Sunday in the Park in 1984 (twice) and one revival here in Chicago, Passions in NY and Bounce in Chicago (didn't like either... has Stephen lost his touch?)... that might be it, I'm spacing at the moment...ETA: A Little Night Music, productions at my college and at City Opera! I did, I admit it, enjoy Cats when I saw it on B'way in 1982, but I can't bear it now...
I guess I've seen a lot of other musicals, some fabulous (Nathan Lane in Guys and Dolls and A Funny Thing Happened... oops, that counts as Sondheim too...), some forgettable (the amazing Mandy Patinkin in The Secret Garden, Nathan Lane in a concert version of something I can't even remember the name of...), one of my all-time favorites, 1776 (National Tour in 1971 or so, revival on B'way in the late 1990s), A Chorus Line (late late late in the original run), a revival of My Fair Lady in the mid-1970s (Ian Richardson as Higgins), Ain't Misbehavin' (original B'way and a production in Toronto), the original original Annie (pry those songs out of my brain with a crowbar...), La Cage Aux Folles (eh... not good)... and I do adore Gilbert & Sullivan, including the Linda Ronstadt-Kevin Kline Pirates - first place I ever saw Kline, back in the late 1970s was it?
Er... OK, enough of that. Suffice to say, yes, I like musicals...!
ETA: OMG, I just remembered I saw a production of Forum in Scotland in the early 1970s with Phil Silvers as Pseudolus, when I was a kid!