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Jul. 20th, 2008 09:57 pm
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Isn't the post after a serious one always awkward?

As you may have noticed, I have deleted all entries prior to August of 2005- bar fanfiction, of course, and milestones (like my first RenFest!). I have nerd street cred to uphold, people.

This is because I was still having my "insane" period in eighth grade- that patch where I still thought I was heterosexual and couldn't empathy with anyone or anything. I also made this journal that year.

Good Lord, I feel established or something.

But when I turn eighteen, I'm going to start journaling every evening (in actual journals and everything!), but I'd still like a little reminder of me in my high school years. I would not like a reminder of me prior to that.

Moving on, I saw Mamma Mia! today.

 It was a big, silly and glittery movie musical and I loved every minute of it.

AND IN A STUNNING VICTORY FOR MALE-ATTRACTED FOLK EVERYWHERE

BRANGELINA HAD A BOY (AND A GIRL)!
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So, I just got back from New York. Needless to say, it was an absolute BLAST. I hurt all over, from toting around my camera and backpack and from the dance workshop. We did the choreography from You Can't Stop The Beat from Hairspray. I thought I was in pretty good shape.

I met David Hyde Pierce after Curtains! He's so very nice, and let me hug him. The whole cast was so sweet and nice. Video soon. Clay Aiken did not come out the stage door after - apparently, he wasn't feeling too hot. Either that or Natalya's warnings about me worked. D: And I am descending further into the pit of Clay fandom- I just ordered two of his CDs off of Amazon. WHAT?

I'm writing up a full report of the entire venture, but now I am wiped and just want to watch Clay Aiken snark at people.

EDIT: Eralk meets David Hyde Pierce. I shriek like a harpy at the end. I'm so creepy, guys.
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Clay Aiken talks about Spamalot and speaks in a British (well, Australian ish) accent.

I should really not find this as attractive as I do.

And from another interview that I don't feel like linking to:

JULIET: Do you have time to go the clubs?
CLAY: No. If you saw me at a club, wouldn't you leave?

CLAY CLAY MAKE YOUR NEXT ALBUM BROADWAY COVERS I'LL LOVE YOU FOREVER.
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I read the libretto for Beauty and the Beast: The Musical and I was right- huge improvement. Belle and Beast's relationship is much more organic, Beast is not a douchebag during that critical part between Maurice's imprisonment and the West Wing, and Belle has several songs detailing the change from "Home is where the heart is, you bastard!" (Home) to "My childhood dreams of getting out of here have vanished" (A Change In Me) to "You are my home!" (Home (Reprise)). Beast is also trying a little harder than he does in the film to be nice to Belle. Absolutely crucial! I am now madly in love with the musical. I have procured both the Broadway recording and the London recording. British Gaston sounds like Kronk, and British Lumiere is a cutie. :B They also pair up Cogsworth with the Wardrobe. I do like the musical soundtracks- they're fantastic. I've always loved Alan Menken's stuff.

Also: Lumiere has a pimp cane!

one by one

Jul. 1st, 2007 10:33 pm
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be our guest!

...I have this disorder where I cannot simply leave Belle with Beast and must pair her up with smooth-talking guys. Belle/Clopin, Stage!Belle/Stage!Lumiere... but Belle and Lumiere are being all cute and dancing together! And his girlfriend gets jealous of the copious amounts of hand-kissing! It helps that stage!Lumiere has a chin, though.
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So I saw Lion King: The Musical.

I loved it.

lots of text about exactly how I loved it )

Oh, by the way, I'm home!

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