Set Design Appreciation —> Frankenstein by Mark Tildesley
Mark and the Ensemble of Playhouse Merced’s production of Rent. (Also Benny’s in the back)
Lindsay Pearce stars in On the Record with Baz Lurmann at the Rockwell in Los Angeles
Fiona and the Three Blind Mice in Playhouse Merced’s production of Shrek the Musical
we are SO CUTE TOGETHER
- "Here comes the furious Tybalt back again."
- "Couple it with something! Make it a word, and a blow."
- The Tybalt/Romeo fight
- "I am the youngest of that name, for better or for worse."
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change at Playhouse Merced.
"There’s a serious single man drought."
Romeo and Juliet rehearsals are going quite well, and that means me with random lines of dialogue stuck in my head like songs throughout the day. This is a new experience for me. I was sitting in…
I don’t know why it has the seal from the Sierra Repertory, but here’s my latest blog entry for The Valley Stage
Original musicals are tough to come by nowadays. For every mammoth hit like Wicked or Book of Mormon, there’s a short-lived flop like First Date or Glory Days. And then there are shows like Memphis that wind up somewhere in the middle. The show picked up 4 2010 Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Score, and had a nearly three year run on Broadway. That’s not bad, but judging by the current national tour currently playing Bass Concert Hall, Memphis deserved much better. With an exhilarating blues and rock score, breathtaking choreography, and more than a few astounding performers, Memphis is a massive crowd-pleaser.
at-least-i-look-fabulous asked: 4: Name a favorite of each: book, movie, tv show.
Hmm… now they’re not my only favorites but:
Book: Mister B Gone by Clive Barker
Movie: Much Ado About Nothing (The Kenneth Branagh one. I unfortunately haven’t seen the new one yet)
TV Show: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.