Chita is out of Drood. Mar 3
2013, 03:32:02 AM Saw it for the first time tonight and I also have to chime in to add that Eric as Jasper was absolutely fantastic Fun Fact: Rupert Holmes (composer, lyricist, and book writer of Drood) was also in attendance tonight.
Now. Here. This. on itunes Dec 19
2012, 04:23:27 AM I'm in love and have had it on repeat the whole day. I cried on the bus while listening to "Golden Palace". Bravo [tos] gang. You've done it again.
DOG SEES GOD: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead Nov 28
2012, 03:36:49 AM I saw a production at the Boxcar Theatre in San Francisco. It was so good, I saw it twice. I went in having already read the play. I liked it when I read the script, but I fell in love when I saw it come to life on stage. This play is an dead-on reflection of growing up.
Sondheim Survey Jun 3
2012, 06:44:20 AM Three Favorite Shows: Sunday in the Park with George Sweeney Todd Merrily We Roll Along
Least Favorite Show: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Three Favorite Songs: Every Day a Little Death Color and Light Greenfinch and Linnet Bird
Question regarding Scottsboro Boys May 24
2012, 03:51:45 AM Ah I cannot wait to see this show in July! So excited to finally see it after hearing everyone talk about it for so long.
TALES OF THE CITY Feb 16
2012, 12:14:24 AM This show is so fantastic. I want a cast recording and I want the project to continue with its original cast!
Lyric War Dec 22
2011, 07:28:48 PM Hmmmmm...ok, how about this:
"Lullaby in the garden, where dream flowers grow. Lullaby, my child of a world we'll never know."
Lyric War Dec 21
2011, 08:18:30 PM Would no one defend him, protect him, befriend him, would none hear his cry?
The opening song from Bat Boy, right?
Dress code for tours? Sep 24
2011, 06:43:48 PM I always dress up when I see a national tour. I think wearing jeans is fine as long as they are in a darker wash and aren't baggy, but you're better off with a nice shirt instead of just a t-shirt.
How'd You Get Into Theatre? Aug 11
2011, 04:30:39 AM I did every single musical at my church when I was little, and I also always sang in the children's choir, so I guess my need to perform was always there but I wouldn't figure it out until later. In the third grade, my mother told me she didn't want me to sit at home all summer so she signed me up for dance class. Again, I was a performer but at that point I wanted to be a professional dancer, not an actress. In the fifth grade, my friend Ally convinced me to join the school band. She sa
Let's do a fun post Aug 11
2011, 03:32:54 AM Anyone who's seen CHICAGO with a competent cast knows it's one of the most incredible nights of theatre you'll ever have.
I should clarify that I have nothing against the actual material of Chicago, but I was not a fan of the minimalist style at all. I saw it with Lisa Rinna as Roxie and Harry Hamlin as Billy...it wasn't THE WORST PIECE OF THEATRE I HAVE EVER WITNESSED...it just wasn't, what's the word, striking to me? And certainly not on my list of incredible nights of theatre.