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Dancing Time: Kern in the ’20s (IX)

Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday and the continuation of our eleven week series on the yet-to-be covered ’20s scores of composer Jerome Kern, who’s responsible for some of the most glorious contributions to the American songbook of all time! 513 more words



Ok, so my brain has recovered enough from seeing Wicked and OMG IT WAS AMAZING.

Our seats were darn near center stage and 5 rows back. 83 more words


The 13 Best Moments from "Grease Live"

It’s Sunday, and while most people are focused on the Superbowl and all that sporty stuff, I’m still obsessing over last Sunday’s, in my opinion, more exciting televised event. 744 more words

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It was Camille’s last week in NYC before she had to leave for the Philippines and then Sierra Leone for new adventures. Camille is a fellow Jesuit Volunteer and IPED-er. 113 more words

She Used to be Mine

During Christmas break while almost everyone is having their break and the few deservings were still reporting for duty, my officemate gave me a copy of Sara Bareilles’ What’s Inside: Songs from Waitress album. 271 more words


rock legends curtain call

From last night’s Ohio Rock Legends show at The Lorain Palace Theater.
Because you want to know how well I paid attention and who is who…and I am notoriously bad with names, so I apologize in advance…from left to right: Joe Vitale, Sr. 122 more words

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