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Tancujúce muffiny

Look, spaghetti arms. This is my dance space. This is your dance space. I don’t go into yours, you don’t go into mine. You gotta hold the frame.“ Johnny 672 more words

Muffiny

Dusting off the Cobwebs

It has been far too long since I have blogged here.  

I have been writing though, and I have been writing with just as much dedication as I used to show this blog.   276 more words

Day 244: Dirty Dancing

Words can be so deceiving, especially when combined with tone and voice. Of course, let us not forget how they can also be masked by multiple definitions, act as both verb and noun and ultimately be read (or misread) in a myriad of ways. 373 more words

Juan Life

REVIEW: Dirty Dancing The Classic Story On Stage – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

This review was originally written for and published by The Public Reviews here

Dirty Dancing was never going to be anything other than a rip-roaring, raucous, raise the roof hit with a Glasgow audience notorious for its enthusiasm for a great night out; returning as it is to the city for yet another month-long run at the King’s Theatre. 372 more words

Glasgow

Alan Jones in Anything Goes?!?!? SERIOUSLY?!?

Word has reached Diva Knows Best from a reliable source that when the cast of Anything Goes is announced tomorrow at a major press event to be held by John Frost and Opera Australia, the revival will include controversial, right wing radio presenter Alan Jones in the role of Elisha J. 859 more words

Music Theatre

Modern 80s on a budget.

No one can deny the sheer loudness and ferocity of 80s clothes – so taking the basics of the 80s (fortunately leaving the shoulder pads behind!) a wonderful modern look can be created using high street brands.To get in the 80s mindset for this look think Prince’s loud patterns meets the Smith’s casual flair! 224 more words

80s Clothes

6 Movies Set on Labor Day That You Can Watch This Weekend

Labor Day

Synopsis: It’s a rather apt way to start the list. The 2013 romance-drama starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin follows the plot of your typical, average Labor Day weekend: caring for your teenage son while beginning an affair with a ruggedly handsome escaped convict. 330 more words