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Which "somewhere in the near future" potrayel of New York City do you like better, Escape From New York or The Warriors?Ditzy Moment of the Week:
Hokay, so yesterday I had to leave practise early to go and get my braces adjusted for the LAST TIME EVER YAH! Anywho, I slink backstage to go say goodbye to my absolutely fantabulous best friend Veronica. I say "bye", she gives me a look and says "Kat, what happened to your backpack?"
I pause, go "Nothing, why?" and look at the backpack I was wearing. It was pink.
"Ok, V? I'm going to go get *MY* backpack, and then I'll leave."
So yeah. Apparently, having a bright frigging orange backpack just isn't distinctive enough. I still don't know which actor almost lost their backpack to my obliviousness. Advertisement:
Guess what musical the Long Reach Drama Department is putting on THIS time!! That's right --we're doing that classic tale of an sweet and innocent Australian gal who turns into a good ol' American slut!!
Yes, we are doing Miss Barry's least favourite musical -- GREASE!!
((Mrs. Blasko's coup is complete. :p))
AT ANY RATE! All hatred of the show itself aside, our cast looks pretty damn good, and our crew is, of course, specTACular. If you like Grease, drama, Long Reach, or me, you should totally come and see it. Five W's and an H:Who:
Long Reach Drama Department, directed by crazy-lady Mrs. Blasko, AD'd by everyone's favourite Veronica, staring (Amoung others) suddenly-not-so-goofy-and-Gideonlike Billy as Danny Zuko, Graham as the gayest Kenickie ever, Dan (V's little brother) as a totally typecast Eugene, and a sweet little asian girl (Namely, Seoung-Hee) as the blonde, beauty-school dropout, Frenchie.
Plus, a whole heap of really spectacular freshmen in the chorus, most notably Vicki, who is almost as cool as her sister. What:
Grease! An all-American musical, set in the fifties, written in the seventies, and performed in the...ooglies. Whatever the hell this decade is called. It's a *classic!*Where:
Long Reach High School Auditorium. E-mail me (kdsorceress at gmail dot com) for directions if you need them, or just hit up your favourite internet mapping program. When:
April 12, 13, and 14 (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) at 7:30 PM. Doors open at 7ish or so, and while I'd totally be willing to sneak you backstage to hang out with me before that, Blasko'll kirk out and that'll totally suck. Why:
I'll be honest, because our drama department wants the money. Oh! I mean, because then you can support high school theatre, and our lovely, awesome, cast. And it'll be fun. C'mon, it's Grease. It's a fun show. (It's not a good, or moral show, but it's fun.)
PLUS!! It's my senior show. It's the last show I will ever work for here at the Reach (I cannot believe I just said that) and the fact that I have been part of all the shows at the school except the very first one is just cool and means I'm really going to miss this place. How:
You get your butt to Long Reach, then you buy a ticket. We'll let you in, and it'll all be good and stuff.
Tickets cost ten dollars each, for everyone. Personally, I believe this is ludicrus in several different ways, but Blasko is
like that. On the plus side, if you know that you're going to come, you can pre-order tickets and they'll only cost seven dollars each. (Again, e-mail me to ask. E-mail is still kdsorceress at gmail dot com.)Link: Boomshine
is WAY addictive. But it's really quite fun, and very very pretty.
Basically, you're trying to cause long chain reactions of explosions of these surreal multicoloured balls that are bouncing around the screen, all set to lovely music.
For now, that is all. Status is Not Yet Dead.
PostScript: Three days, one hour, and 38 minutes. EEEEE!!