On a scale of Diana Goodman to Melchior Gabor, how well are the ghosts of your loved ones advising you in concern to your suicidal feelings?
Some nights I wanna have a one night stand. Just one night of being close to someone. But I know, if I did, I’d get attached. Then I’d get hurt.
I’m better off with Netflix.
As promised in my Belated Happy New Year post on Saturday, the time has come for a MASSIVE Playbill Giveaway!!!
I currently have 24 items, which I will detail below, and I am planning to pick an individual winner for each.
1) This Giveaway is a way for me to say thank you to the people who are helping to grow my blog, so you MUST be following me to win.
2) The deadline for entries is Friday, February 14th (Valentines Day) at 11:59pm. I will draw winners on Sunday, February 16th (2014).
3) You may enter via Tumblr, Twitter, or Facebook. All likes, reblogs, and retweets OF THIS POST will count as entries.
4) There must be an easy way to contact you (ask boxes open, direct messages accepted).
5) The first name picked will get the first choice of item and so on down the line. Winners will need to respond to me within 24 hours or I will move on and pick an additional name.
6) I will mail to anywhere on Earth. (Apologies to any aliens or humans that are off-world but that is the best I can do.)
And now the fun part: The Playbills
Signed: First Date (whole cast); Once (Arthur Darvill, Joanna Christie, & other cast); Big Fish (all featured cast).
Broadway Musicals Unsigned: Let It Be (2); Matilda; Big Fish (2)
Broadway Plays Unsigned: Vanya, Sonia, Masha, & Spike; The Glass Menagerie (2)
Off Broadway Unsigned: The Landing (David Hyde Pierce); Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2); Fun Home; CSC’s Romeo & Juliet (Elisabeth Olsen, T.R. Knight); Old Jews Telling Jokes
Other: Encores! Violet (Sutton Foster); Encores! I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking It On The Road (Renee Elise Goldsberry); Shakespeare in the Park presents Love’s Labour’s Lost; If/ Then (National Theatre); program from a Drama League Talk with Laura Benanti moderated by Susan Blackwell.
Message or email me (email@example.com) with any questions.
Brick what are you doing under the tree?
"Looking at the lights but their beauty just makes me sad."
TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 1988, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical The Phantom of the Opera opens on Broadway at the Majestic Theatre. Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman star in the musicalization of Gaston Leroux’s forever-adaptable novel, directed by Harold Prince. Winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, the production is currently the longest running show in Broadway history, having played more than 10,000 performances.