Right before the holidays hit last week, I saw a new Broadway musical called Spring Awakening. I was excited to see the show for a number of reasons, namely because I haven’t seen a Broadway musical in YEARS and also because the music was written by my very first pop star crush, Duncan Sheik. Freshly […]
As much as I love to support Broadway theater, and as much as I love the fact that Will Chase is a former cast member of RENT, I found his interview with New York magazine to be…well…upsetting. Will is going to be the lead role in the musical theater adaptation of Nick Hornby‘s uber-music geek […]
Hello. The sky is falling. Bob Dylan has a Broadway musical, The Times They Are A-Changin’–a new Broadway musical conceived, directed and choreographed by Twila Tharp and set to the music and lyrics of Dylan. And I have a new headache. Previews begin September 25, 2006. Carry on.
I’m watching the Tony Awards right now and right now is a number from The Wedding Singer musical. IT IS TOTALLY GIVING ME AN ULCER. I’m embarrassed for America that such a thing exists. Oh, and why does Molly Ringwald have a lazy eye? Sweeny Todd number made me realize I will never really “get” […]
Ok so there were a few other things I’ve done in the last few days that I would like to mention right now. I got a chance to go see the new play by Adam Rapp, Red Light Winter, at the Barrow Street Theater on Friday. As you may already know, I was a huge […]
April 23, 2006 will mark the 10th year anniversary of “RENT” on Broadway–which makes me feel really old. In honor of that I dug out some really old tape bootlegs of the original New York Theater Workshop version of “RENT”, hooked them up to my new analog output adapter and made some crappy mp3 versions […]
As you guys know, I love RENT despite it’s immensely hokey nature, bad acting (thanks Adam), and ridiculous premise. But check out this article by Jesse McKinley in the New York Times which touches upon some interesting ideas: Does RENT make you angry when you see the outside of Horseshoe Bar on 7th and B […]
Tonight I went to the 12 midnight showing of RENT. Yes, that makes this the 2nd time I’ve seen this movie in one week. The first time was at the world premiere. But this time was just as fun. It was great to see it with such a responsive crowd. The most fun thing was […]
As you may already know, I LOVE RENT! Like, a lot. Through the kindness of a really sweet person, I was fortunate enough to attend the world premiere of the movie at the Ziegfeld Theater tonight and the after party at Roseland. I was a little nervous about seeing the movie because I’m such a […]
Adam Pascal sang one of the songs heard on the Macy*s Fourth of July Fireworks special. It was called “They Will Lead.” It was totally gay.