So I read the article you posted on your page “To Sing the Unbearable Song,” and it got me thinking. I hope you don’t mind but I’d like to respond to it. Now, as much as I do love musicals, I must admit that I understood where this guy was coming from. After all, I … More Meg Huskin’s response to Richard Nilsen on Musicals
Forgive me, but I found this and could not help myself from posting. This man HATES musicals, and while I do like them, I did find some of his critizim true for myself and also very funny. Can any of you guess what I agree with in this post? Originally posted by Richard Nilsen Musical … More To sing the unbearable song
I’ve broken the season book into three different ones as well. One book for each play! http://www.blurb.com/user/store/franzam A Midsummer Night’s Dream Brigadoon Musical Comedy Murders of 1940
It took longer then I thought, but finally I have put together a photo book for this years theatre season. This is a great way to remember all the plays and friends you made over the year. It includes photos from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Homecoming Parade, Brigadoon, Stage Crew, The Musical Comedy Murders … More Reality Not Required Photo Book
So, I’m putting together the 2012-2013 theatre book and thinking ahead to our 2nd Annual Pat’s Awards. It would be wonderful to include your memories into the book and the Award Ceremony. So, what has happened to you this year? Any funny stories? Sad stories? An ‘ah-ha!’ moment? The moment you met your best friend…or … More 2012-2013 Theatre Memories
Once upon a time In a land called Musical Theatre, There lived some very delusional people. Some thought they lived in Scotland, while others, New York Still others thought they lived in the land of crew, and one group lived in a pit But the pit people weren’t actually crazy; they did live in a … More Stay Delusional
On Friday night of the Musical, I went out after the show with the other directors and some others of our friends. We do this every year and talk late into the night about music, the musical, and anything else we can think of. One of those topics was about how the musical is the … More The Eclectic Musical
When you walk into the girls’ dressing room, you don’t see the normal sight of hair accessories and costumes hanging up. Instead it’s bolts of fabric, ribbon, lace and zippers littering the floor as the costume crew cuts out patterns and three girls labor away at the three sewing machines we borrowed from parents. It’s … More Costumes for Brigadoon!