Posted on 2006.08.27 at 19:07
One of the greatest lines I've ever heard in the theatre.
"Sure, the end is that he left, but the story is that he loved us."
Posted on 2006.08.03 at 02:44
I GOT TO TALK TO ELISA TONIGHT. ON THE PHONE. it was so glorious. I miss her soo much and it was so grea to get to actually talk to her.
that made the fact that I am now sitting in a tiny room for 8 hours for slightly more than minnimum wage not matter.
oh, have i mentioned that when i get off work, it will have been about 2 days since i slept.
and i can't sleep right after i get off work cause my fantasy football league draft is a half hour later, then i have to go buy a few things (shampoo, conditioner, kleenex, a laundry basket and an ethernet cable.
Posted on 2006.08.02 at 05:46
I miss my Bebe. that is all.
Posted on 2006.07.26 at 03:17
So, as a former teenager, I of course wanted to be in a band. These are some of the names that I have wanted for bands I've wanted.
There have probably been others, but those are the ones that stand out and are personal favorites.
Posted on 2006.07.26 at 00:15
So, it's coming up on August again, and I'm preparing to return to school for yet another summer session and I'm a little mixed, emotionally. I'm excited because it'll be august and the Fringe Fest will be going on, and there are A LOT of show I'm wanting to see (my list is at like 55 right now, but I'm probably gonna cut a few of them out. and some will probably get cut because i won't have time.) but I'm also gonna be working midnight-8 am tues-saturday and taking a class from 6:15-9:30 pm mon-thurs so I'm gonna be so exhausted, constantly and it's entirely possible that I could go a day or two without sleep every so often, which obviously isn't healthy, but then once the semester starts I won't be working RSR anymore, so it will only be a month of the craziness.
I can't wait to see Elisa, OMG I miss her sooo much, while driving home a couple weeks ago I actually cried quite a lot because I miss her.
I haven't really been spending any time on my play, which isn't a good idea.
I'm also excited about September because of NYMF (New York Musical Theatre Festival). I've found 10 shows I want to see (one of which is being directed by the sister of someone who graduated from the Drama Department at my school 2 months ago). None of the shows really sound as good as 2 of the ones I saw last year, one being a musical version of the movie "But, I'm a Cheerleader" that was hillarious, and the other starred Amy Spanger and Anthony Rapp and it was the most devastating thing I've seen. That's not to say that none of this years shows sound good, I wouldn't go to a show if it didn't sound good.
Anyway, this summer has been pretty much another summer of me sitting on my ass all the time. Lots of TV watching and whatnot.
Oh, I am completely obsessed with the Panic! At the Disco song "I write Sins Not Tragedies" and yes I know, I'm a few months late with it. I think part of it is that a few of the melodies are remeniscent of some of those from "Newsies" which I also love.
Oh, well imagine; as I'm pacing the pews in a church corridor,
and I can't help but to hear, no I can't help but to hear an exchanging of words.
"What a beautiful wedding!, What a beautiful wedding!" says a bridesmaid to the waiter.
"Ah yes, but what a shame, what a shame, the poor groom's bride is a whore."
Posted on 2006.07.17 at 01:36
So I'm watching Boys Don't Cry. It's only my second time ever seeing it, and good christ, it's still as upsetting as it was the first time, 7 years ago.
Oh and Hilary Swank rocks my fucking world. She so deserved that Oscar. As amazing as American Beauty was and Anette Benning was in it, Hilary was so beyond words.
Its performances like this that reaffirm that acting is the right thing for me.
On similar but unrelated note, I am so fucking stoked about my directing practicum. I am gonna rock the shit out of The Shape of Things, of course with the help of Neil Labute's ridiculous writing. I went through a bunch of the songs on my computer last night to find music for the scene changes and i think i found some good ones. Right now the list is 6, but i can't use all of them cause i don't want to use 2 songs by the same person/group and right now there are 3 Alanis Morissette songs.
21 Things I Want in a Lover (Alanis)
What's Up (4 Non-Blondes)
You Owe Me Nothing in Return (Alanis)
Crazy (the alanis cover of the Seal song)
Do You Sleep? (Lisa Loeb)
Politically Correct (SR-71)
I know there are others in my collection, but my CDs are all at my Dad's and I'm not gonna be at his again for 2 more weeks.
some how its only 2 am. it feels later.
Posted on 2006.07.16 at 03:03
Posted on 2006.04.06 at 03:46
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
The Wedding Singer
Posted on 2005.12.14 at 06:24
The Dante's Inferno Test has banished you to the Eigth Level of Hell - the Malebolge!
Here is how you matched up against all the levels:Take the Dante's Inferno Hell Test
Posted on 2005.12.05 at 02:52
|You Have a Choleric Temperament|
You are a person of great enthusiasm - easily excited by many things.
Unsatisfied by the ordinary, you are reaching for an epic, extraordinary life.
You want the best. The best life. The best love. The best reputation.
You posses a sharp and keen intellect. Your mind is your primary weapon.
Strong willed, nothing can keep you down. Your energy can break down any wall.
You're an instantly passionate person - and this passion gives you an intoxicating power over others.
At your worst, you are a narcissist. Full of yourself and even proud of your faults.
Stubborn and opinionated, you know what you think is right. End of discussion.
A bit of a misanthrope, you often see others as weak, ignorant, and inferior.