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Lyrics: I Think that He Likes Me

I’m a sucker for romantic relationships that begin as very good friendships.  Hence my otherwise inexplicable love for Dawson’s Creek.  This song is about the very exciting moment at the very beginning of one such relationship. This is one of … Continue reading

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On Color Blindness

Let me begin by saying that this post represents my (Chris’s) opinion, and my opinion alone.  Don’t get pissed at Michael if you think I’m an idiot. When we go to the theater, we engage in what Samuel Taylor Coleridge … Continue reading

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Flour Baby

Several months ago I was fortunate enough to win the 2011 Steeltown Film Factory, a competition for short screenplays designed to promote the film industry in Pittsburgh.  The prize for the competition was the budget to shoot the film. So, … 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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Tis the season

of new musicals! After somewhat of a dry season for new musicals last year, we seem to have a cornucopia of new shows to look forward to on broadway this year. Last year’s contender’s for original musicals were Fela, American … Continue reading

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