The Early Days of the BWW Board: Any Info?? Oct 24
2010, 01:26:17 AM
I agree with NYadgirl, no one ever really leaves...we just stop posting. Although I've been absent from the discussions, I read this site almost daily. And I for one, am completely nostalgic for the old days of this board (circa 6+ years ago). We had some good times...
re: sight singing..... Aug 20
2007, 08:36:24 PM
I am a music student at Ithaca College and sight singing is correct. Both terms refer to the art and practice of reading and or singing music at sight. Traditionally singers sight sing and instrumentalists sight read, but the 4 semester long class is called SightSinging.
Please, Will and Kelli in Oklahoma has been my avatar for days now.
re: Sink Your Teeth In To This Jun 27
2007, 11:03:51 AM
See, now I saw Lestat after having seen Threepenny Opera earlier in the day, and I thought Lestat was AMAZING! However, I still can't figure out if I actually like it or by comparison is was just better then Threepenny Opera. But, I am generally easy to please, so maybe, just maybe I did love it...
Tarzan Tonight Jun 26
2007, 08:49:22 AM
Taking my little cousin to see the show before it closes, but we don't have tickets. How late is too late for Rush? / Do you think the show will be at TKTS?
re: Most erotic moment? Jun 23
2007, 12:51:12 AM
Now, those are some erotic moments! How about the end of If I Loved You in Carousel, when Julie Jordan talks about the flowers just comin' down by theirselves...I remember when I did this scene in HS I was all hot and bothered by it.
re: Most erotic moment? Jun 22
2007, 02:20:35 PM
I think a lot of you are missing the point of what an erotic scene truly is. Erotic is something that evokes a sexual feeling, or where there is an underlying feeling of sexual tension, but not something that blatantly shouts "WE'RE HAVING SEX!". A lot of you have stated that Contact from Rent is erotic, however that really is just a song about intercourse, where everything is really out in the open--obviously they are having sex. There is no secret. If I had to pick a scene from Rent, I'd say t
re: Is there life after Castcom? Jun 22
2007, 10:39:36 AM
I really enjoyed the Castcoms (when I could get them to work. how come they never work?) and they made me want to go see the show even more then when I only just heard about it. In reality, yes the show has issues, but the Castcom only intensified my want to go see it. I think more opening shows should do that. It's terribly interesting...you know, when I could get it to work.
re: Spring Awakening Vacations Jun 22
2007, 10:08:25 AM
TGO is probably on par with all those insane Wicked fansites. When young, tween-aged girls get involved with a show, that's what happens. It's pretty scary actually.
re: spring awakening ending Jun 20
2007, 10:08:26 AM
Although I liked JulianHookbuck's description of the meaning of the song, I still think that Purple Summer is the worst part of that musical. I think it's cheesy and just stupid. I feel like at this point in the score/show the creators had no idea what to do. I think the lyrics and cheap and trite. Ugh...yes, I agree, the show should have ended on Those You've Known ala Les Mis, since this scene is pretty much the last scene in Les Mis.