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Good Things Happen to Those Who Wait: Broadway National Tours

I remember the first moment that I thought all was lost. I was maybe seventeen and had been a fan of the musical RENT since the film was released–a friend had introduced it to me as “a little weird, but I’ll think you’ll like it.” She was definitely correct in that assumption. 1,268 more words

Musical Theatre

Singing Les Misérables

Yesterday was audition day! Recently I’ve been attending meetings at a local amateur dramatics society once a week and I’ve been really enjoying it. The production crew are so welcoming and positive and I cannot wait to get more involved throughout the year. 455 more words


Why you should be binge-watching 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'

Have you ever danced when no one’s watching? Really danced. You know, the kind of dancing where you’re blasting bad punk rock songs that somehow ends up in jumping on your bed doing ridiculous air guitar solos? 741 more words


Theatre: College Park HS takes on Les Mis

The Woodlands College Park Fine Arts Departments present one of its largest theater and music collaborations yet, long-running Broadway musical, “Les Misérables.” The musical, written by Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil, incorporates a cast, crew and orchestra of over 150 students. 61 more words


Why I Love Musicals

Anyone who knows me personally, or via my twitter account, knows that I am a huge fan of musical theater and my dream is to one day be a critic for Broadway shows. 1,278 more words

In Translation

When reading novels in translation, I like to find two different translations and compare them. I may read whole chapters of each translation, or I may refer to the the other translation for what I consider beautiful or odd phrasing. 97 more words

One Day Old: A Parody

A parody of One Day More commemorating our 2nd daughter’s birth (music video to come shortly–j/k) 488 more words

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