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The Ginger's Forecast: March 2015

Hey all,

So sorry I did not post my The Last Five Years review until this month like I was supposed to, but hey I did the blogathon successfully, and I got 12 awards right out of the 19 I predicted to boot!! 598 more words


Post 5: In Which I Take A Hike And It Doesn't Rain

I try to get out and hike every week. Lately I’ve been fortunate to hike several times each week. When I have an hour to spare, I hike the two-mile loop trail out my front door. 1,152 more words


My Accidental Hiatus

I was tired this month. So tired. And sniffly, and sometimes a little down. It’s February, and although I did not have to face the bitter cold my East Coast friends are suffering in, there is an odd malaise that settled in nonetheless. 387 more words


sex n boats n books n song

LONDON – it was close enough to my birthday to count. I hadn’t bothered to plan anything for the actual date because of that, and two lovely friends organised different things for me to do – day trips to Yorkshire and home cooked food. 800 more words

Sondheim masterclasses

Want to learn how to really act your song, from the master of masters? Don’t miss these amazing YouTube clips of Stephen Sondheim teaching students some of his most famous pieces. 76 more words

Acting Techniques

Georges captures the many colors of life

By Ande Jacobson

Foothill Music Theatre just opened their production of a rarely done, but arguably the most ethereal show in the Sondheim canon, Sunday in the Park with George… 1,218 more words


Doomsday Clock and Related Last Things

The Doomsday Clock, a simplistic concept created by a posse of guilt-riddled scientists, now allows just three minutes until midnight and the end of the world as we know it. 864 more words