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I failed NaNoWriMo this year. Here's why I'm OK with that.

It’s Nov. 30. This time last year I was copying and pasting the project I worked on all month into an online word counter to confirm that I had successfully participated in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), the challenge that encourages writers to finish 50,000 words of a single project during the month of November. 1,107 more words

Adventures In Kate-Land

[Title of Show] by Bowen & Bell at the Waterloo East Theatre

With blatant self-awareness, declamatory statements, and seemingly stagnant plot, one might put on a sombrero rather than seeing a musical like . I insist, keep those sombreros in the attic, because this production at Waterloo East is fantastically witty, with major character conflicts emerging in the second act. 178 more words

Reviews

SR Productions presents… Title of Show Nominated for a Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical

“DELECTABLE ENTERTAINMENT! A postmodern homage to the grand tradition of backstage musicals like Babes in Arms, Kiss Me, Kate and A Chorus Line.” – New York Times… 2,216 more words

News Items

Your showtune for August 12 is

“Nine People’s Favorite Thing” –

Music and Lyrics: Jeff Bowen

The writers of this musical about two guys writing a musical began campaigning to get their show to go to Broadway in a web series which began on this day in 2007.   60 more words

Broadway

+3 Interview: {title of show}

“At its heart, it is a musical about friendship, risks and the importance of learning to be true to both yourself and your dreams – however scary that may seem.” 538 more words
Plus 3 2016

'A Way Back To Then' words and music by Jeff Bowen

The Friday Poem this week comes from the one act musical, , which ran on Broadway for 102 performances in 2008. ‘A Way Back To Then’ was written by… 291 more words

Work Thoughts

Songs from Musicals: #47, "Nine People's Favorite Thing," from [title of show]

Honorable mentions: “An Original Musical,” “Two Nobodies in New York”

‘s appeal is that it is endlessly self-aware. “It’s a show about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical!” is the joyous, Escherian tagline. 653 more words

Musicals