Monthly Archives: May 2011

Doogie

Last night, I watched an episode of Doogie Howser, M.D. And I thought… Isn’t it cool how he boils the events of each day into some tangible, concrete lesson and then reflects upon it in his awesome, old school computer … Continue reading

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Wizard of Oz – Revamped by Weber

Sooo…. In London Town, they’re creating a new stage version of the Wizard of Oz that still use the classic Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg score.  (Note: Did you know that they almost cut “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” from … Continue reading

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Beginnings -or- Why Older Sisters are Always Right

Setting: A car parked outside of the Pittsburgh Playhouse. Time: The early 1990’s An obnoxious fourteen-year-old boy argues with his older sister.  His motives are strong and pure.  He wants to spend the summer doing something awesome like sitting on … Continue reading

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Top Five – Jeopardy Categories I Would Rule at Thanks to Musical Theatre

I’ll take “Ways to Say ‘Welcome’ in a Bunch of Different Languages” for 400, Alex. Colors No Straight Man Has Any Business Knowing – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.  Ocher?  Fawn?  Russet?  Azure?  Mauve?  What? People Who Try to … Continue reading

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