(C) Chase Mielke and AffectiveLiving, 2014. The following is adapted from a 2014 National Honor Society induction speech I [Chase Mielke] was asked to give to the students of Plainwell High School. Read on ’til the end for a personal challenge. ————————————– There’s a saying in education: “There’s no such thing as a stupid … More THREE QUESTIONS WORTH ASKING
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
Stratford’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Lets all take a trip to England!
I have been mulling over what to write for the past week, this post marks our 100th post. So it seems fitting that the 100th post be a year in review. Just a little under a year ago Homestead Theatre started this blog and I’m surprised it’s lasted this long… yes there were a lot … More The Year in Review