When I grow up, I want to be Idina Menzel, Sutton Foster, and Lucille Ball all rolled into one. Until then, I'm getting my Ph.D. in Medieval and Renaissance literature at Loyola University in Chicago.
Attend the tale of Mauri P A fan of Altar Boyz is she And when she word associates She plays fast and hard and she never abates Connecting From post to post A champion poster on Broadway (World) [Thanks, D2!]
Top Ten Greatest Composers of Musical Theater Jan 25
2011, 07:01:06 PM
I took a different approach to this. Instead of thinking about who I consider to be great, I pulled up my iTunes to see who I actually listen to the most. The list, in order, is as follows:
1. Tom Kitt 2. Lin-Manuel Miranda 3. Jason Robert Brown 4. Jeff Bowen 5. Stephen Sondheim 6. Jonathan Larson 7. Andrew Lloyd Webber 8. Kander & Ebb 9. Lerner & Lowe 10. Marc Shaiman
Of this list, I'd say Sondheim is the best, but (even addi
Anger at Sondheim concert at Ravinia Aug 1
2010, 08:12:56 PM
I thought it was well worth the $25 I paid to sit on the lawn, but those of you who paid the big bucks definitely deserved a refund or a gift bag or something.
re: Is That You In Your Avatar part 21? Legal Eagles! May 26
2009, 02:51:01 PM
Hey lovers! I'm back! NYC was ahmazing. 9 to 5 was hilarious. It was the perfect pic for our first night. I really enjoyed WSS too. I loved the Spanish, although the entire row behind us got a little bored/restless during those parts. Billy Elliot was a bit of a letdown after all the hype. I wish I'd have seen Next to Normal instead, but I didn't want to see that show until after I bought all of my tickets. Oh well. In the Heights was wonderful, despite having SIX understudies. Cannot
I don't know how the hell I'm going to sit through my evening class tonight. I'm already dying for results and it's not even noon.
re: Gypsy Understudies Sep 29
2008, 02:57:17 PM
I saw Jessica on Saturday and thought she was great. I don't have anything to compare her to, but I think she held her own on that stage.
re: gypsy rush Sep 17
2008, 01:04:34 AM
You must have read my mind, tabby. As much as I hate threads like this, I'd like to ask the same question, with one slight change. I'm planning on rushing a Saturday matinee. Should we get there when the box office opens, or would we still be safe if we went later in the day?
re: How is Chicago? Aug 3
2008, 05:25:54 AM
J'adore LePetiteFromage. I was going to do that, too, but chickened out at the last minute. Oh, and no offense, Winston. It's just a joke.
re: New Equus pics. ^_^ Aug 1
2008, 04:36:32 PM
*drool* I can't watch the Harry Potter movies anymore without feeling like a pervy old lady.
re: BWW Video Preview: [title of show] Jul 27
2008, 08:49:25 PM
Foster- I'm glad to hear that. I've never been to the Lyceum, so I really didn't know what to expect. I'm planning on visiting it in September, though, if the show holds out until then. Its current numbers really concern me.