The first I remember listening to with my family was Damn Yankees.
re: Good place for lunch before 'The Little Mermaid'? Mar 11
2008, 08:17:52 PM
Ollie's, Haru, and there a nice little french place that's practically across from the theatre. Ellen's is always a lot of fun especially if you've never been though the food leaves a hell of a lot to be desired.
re: 'Zombie Prom' free on Itunes Oct 29
2007, 02:00:05 PM
I just watched it and I must say I was really dissapointed They cut all my favorite songs (well rupaul does sing jonny don't go during the credits) which I understand because it's a short film. But the acting left a lot to be desired and the choreography was lack luster. Jonny's makeup also bothered me.
I know it sounds weird but the most recent song I have discovered that gets my eyes watering is "Chip on My Shoulder" from Legally Blonde. It makes me want to work harder at what I do.
And not a song but a line from a musical: In A Chorus Line when Diani gives her little speech about waiting at the stagedoor and says "I never thought I'd be old enough to come
re: The OTHER Rose Aug 8
2007, 04:53:55 PM
I worked as child wrangler as intern for this production for two weeks. From my many monitor viewings backstage I thought she was fantastic. She brought an incredible energy and fire to the role, I'm sad the run is over.
I also miss the kids in it terribly.
re: Seeing Shows Multiple Times Aug 8
2007, 04:03:25 PM
Todd is a dear friend of mine and I think it is horrible that so many of you would attack someone you don't know anything about. Let alone devote an entire thread to it. There is nothing wrong with people seeing shows multiple times, if a piece of theatre touches you that much or can uplift you that much why not keep going back. My friends and I go see theatre as much as we can and it's a lot better than spending our time on other activities that a lot of teenagers do.
re: What show has had the most profound impact on you? Jul 4
2006, 04:49:25 PM
RENT- I found it at a time when I was very sick and going through a lot. It gave me a place to turn too and a new community of people to reach out too. It also really pushed me head on into theatre.