-The Last Five Years- All of the repeating of melodies is so gorgeous, I love it all. Nobody Needs to Know: "Praying I'll hold you again" tinglies.
-The Light in the Piazza- Say it Somehow: "I think I hear the sound of wrap your arms around me" makes me swoon
re: disability & theater Nov 13
2006, 09:57:52 PM
At a local high school, in past years, there was a girl in drama that was deaf, and they always did something creative with her in the plays. I can't think of one where it didn't affect the character, though.
Along the same lines, for Get Smart, last year, one of our guys was temporarily wheelchair bound due to a leg injury. Our director wrote in a bunch of other detective type characters from the time period, and made this particular boy Ironside.
I'm aware of the state of the rest of the show, and I still really enjoyed it. I know a lot of it is ridiculous, I did chuckle at places that I don't think were supposed to be chuckled at, but I would pay to see it again!
re: Wedding Singer to Close 12/31/06 Oct 26
2006, 12:05:36 AM
To whoever said that someone needs to find Stephen Lynch a new job... he's got one. Lynch is a successful comedian with multiple albums.
re: Boob Jobs Oct 22
2006, 11:01:07 PM
If a girl is unhappy with her chest (or any part of her body) to the extent of it ruining her life, she does enough research, chooses a good surgeon, and is responsible, why not?
I, personally, don't see how a physical feature could upset someone SO MUCH that they would go through the pain (physically and financially) to fix it, but if they're willing, what the hey?