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Without spending a shit ton of time explaining the rest of this post, I’ll just let it speak for itself. Here’s a list of little things from shows I just find unbelievably cool, with accompanying links to corresponding clips (save for #15). 1. The last “I wish…” Cinderella squeezes in at the very end of “Into the […]

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Being Aware

To anyone, but mostly, the “me”s, I am a white, cisgender, gay man, writing musical theatre in New York City, and I am not uncommon. The amount of “me”s I see writing and performing and garnering awards and taking new jobs and making names for themselves is staggering. The inherent male/white/and yes, even in this case, gay […]

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Bits and Pieces

Let me take a moment to say how excited I am for the return of the musical Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 this season, this time pitching their tent closer to Times Square in the empty lot by 45th and 8th Ave. The thing about this show I find incredibly thoughtful is that it […]

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Ritual in Writing

Truman Capote would have a pen in one hand and a glass of Brandy in another. Hemingway would limit himself to 500 words a day, only writing in the morning. Sondheim likes to be lying down on his back so he can easily doze off, and he only uses Blackwing pencils. Writers’ rituals become part of our personalities […]

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