I myself am uncerimonious by nature. There have been several things in the past year that i have supposed to be honored for and i have fiercly turned down everyone (i.e. High School Graduation, Eagle Scout Court of Honor, birthday recognition, a few church things) And i have a nasty habit of projecting my own desires upon the innocent. Nevertheless, the issue still stands there there are many other althletes that would love a moment in the sun for the
re: Wicked or Rent? Aug 2
2004, 02:20:07 AM
though ive never seen rent, i think all these rent heads that are downplaying rent are doing so cause theyve seen the better shows and expect something more.
If your not a frequent broadwayer, i doubt youll be dissapointed by anything.
re: Wicked pictures Aug 2
2004, 02:17:03 AM
Kat looks like someone just yelled, "behind you!" to her
Who is trying to freighten the new girl?
re: Favorite Love Songs Aug 2
2004, 02:15:12 AM
I had hoped no one would have beat me to it, slaton, but of course, you seem to be more the parade fan.
All the wasted time. in bobos top ten musical songs ever.
re: Karen Ziemba is on NBC now!! Aug 2
2004, 02:11:49 AM
i think before you so liberally lable the entertainment value of certain performers, you should find a new musical to stand behind as your screen name.
re: stupid stupid people Jul 30
2004, 02:38:17 AM
well, I didn't post a title and author cause i didn't want to give it any sort of publicity. and because i dont really remember. It was Musical Tour something or other. Ill find it out at the library and check it back out, i suppose.
And Etolie, how glad i am you came to post on my thread. You know i always enjoy what you have to say to me. I didn't really read the book the whole way through. I would read it, get annoyed, then jump pages to find the "just kidding" by the author. Never f
stupid stupid people Jul 29
2004, 12:26:53 AM
i just read a book that described in extensive detail the fall of american musical theater. It was 500 pages of why no musical will ever live up to the standards of A Chorus Line and West Side Story.
Theres a whole chapter about how into the woods was the beginning of the fall of theater. THE FALL OF THEATER???
That is total crap! Who out here has this mentality? The author was a dancer and apperently if a show had no dancing, it wasn't a musical, in his book.