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Old 05-29-2007, 02:53 PM   #181
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There's been WAY too much of that lately, I agree.

Internetz drama

I'm sure there's some in LS, or try the journals.
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Fake internetz drama...not our fucked up love lives drama...yeah, that I've had enough of.
I agree.

Lets go torment people somewhere, or something!
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I have a question: Do they not have plays, shows, musicals in other cities than NY? Like if I went to Chicago to assassin.... to eat a deep dish pizza, I could catch a show, right? I know they're not called Broadway shows, but still, they have them, right? Same as in Boston and Philly and Phoeniz or whatever? Does NYC just have more of them? I'm asking because I notice people say things like they want to see certain shows in NYC, and I don't understand why. What's the difference? Unless a celebrity is in it?

Speaking of which - Long Days Journey Into Night with Brian Dennehy, Vanessa Redgrave, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and the guy from Dead Poets Society was awesome.

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Old 05-29-2007, 02:58 PM   #184
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There's been WAY too much of that lately, I agree.

Internetz drama

I'm sure there's some in LS, or try the journals.

Well I've already left joerags with love and wisdom, hmmm...lets see what else I can find..
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Old 05-29-2007, 03:00 PM   #185
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Like if I went to Chicago to assassin.... to eat a deep dish pizza, I could catch a show, right?

lol smoove

They do, it's just the cachet* of saying you saw it on Broadway/NY etc.


That was a a good show eh? I don't really like PSH....no idea why, he just irritates me...



*read poserness (which I've been prone to the odd time)
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Old 05-29-2007, 03:01 PM   #186
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I have a question: Do they not have plays, shows, musicals in other cities than NY? Like if I went to Chicago to assassin.... to eat a deep dish pizza, I could catch a show, right? I know they're not called Broadway shows, but still, they have them, right? Same as in Boston and Philly and Phoeniz or whatever? Does NYC just have more of them? I'm asking because I notice people say things like they want to see certain shows in NYC, and I don't understand why. What's the difference? Unless a celebrity is in it?

Speaking of which - Long Days Journey Into Night with Brian Dennehy, Vanessa Redgrave, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and the guy from Dead Poets Society was awesome.

Thank you.
I saw Rent here in dingy little Detroit back in March. Other major cities get touring productions of Broadway shows quite frequently.

I think for most it's the allure of seeing a show on "Broadway". I've seen two shows in NYC and they were fantastic. And I'm pretty sure that the only major name I've seen perform was Michael McKean in Hairspray. I really regret that I didn't see Bebe Neuwirth when I saw Chicago.
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I saw Rent here in dingy little Detroit back in March. Other major cities get touring productions of Broadway shows quite frequently.

I think for most it's the allure of seeing a show on "Broadway". I've seen two shows in NYC and they were fantastic. And I'm pretty sure that the only major name I've seen perform was Michael McKean in Hairspray. I really regret that I didn't see Bebe Neuwirth when I saw Chicago.

you need to say it with more cachet

like way more critical than that....
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One of my teammates recently went to NYC and was thrilled by the number of shows they had on there. So I guess it's just the history that goes with Broadway and the famous folks that draws the regular folks.

I've never been much of a play person myself.
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Snow in joerags's journal

Honestly, wtf.

And yeah, smooth move, Beav.
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Oh, ok, so it's just a "name drop" type scenario. Got it.

PSH? You don't like him? He's awesome. Long Days...was brilliant, yes. I don't really like shows with all the singing and shit, but I like plays, and O'Neill is the shit. Also The Spelling Bee was funny, we took my mother for her birthday. That was cool.

Like Phantom and Les Mis and all that, I get bored. I have no idea what they're singing about, and there's just something about the singing that makes the whole thing seem like farce. Meh, just not my thing. And yes, I am fully aware that my first concert was Poison/Warrant and the highlight was a laser that made naked women all over the Coliseum.
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lol, nice.

Joerags is kinda becoming a hero of mine. If nothing else, he's dedicatedto his cause. I think all men go through a slight mysoginistic (sp) phase. Usually around 16-21 when they get the first heartbreak, but maybe joe's been lucky and hasn't had a heartbreak yet, so he's making up for all that lost time? Could be, right?
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Yea exactly. I think it's the singing that irritates me most as well. Maybe in my future years I'll get accustomed to more talkie and less singie plays.
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Hey, VP - did you ever get the Pixies? What did you think?
Yeah, got it, and then attempted to listen, but then someone else took over the computer, and I went off to do other things, so it was background music, I wasn't able to really listen.

I suppose there have been many times since where I could have, I just never think about it.
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We have Stratford near here, and it's awesome...I've never seen a bad production there. Not too much into the musicals either. I really want to get to Niagara on the Lake this year and see what the Shaw has to offer


PSH annoyed me once in something and I know he's a good actor etc. etc. but that stayed with me. I'll get over it I'm sure.
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Twister maybe Snow? That's where I first saw him.

The local theatre company put on a great production but I didn't go, and now everyone is telling me I should've. Cabaret, that's what it was.
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