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oh, it's good to be back home again

Man, do I love to travel. Like, if that was a job, professional trip taker, I would be the mo-fo Director of Hell Yes. (I would insist on funky cool titles in said company.)

Before I say anything, though, I want to extend a HUGE THANK YOU to two people for helping me take a vacation: sheafrotherdon and "lj user="moosesal"> for pinch hitting for me at Hey, Don't Judge Me with recaps for Hoarders and Top Chef, respectively. Please check out the wonderful job they each did. I had not one worry while away, knowing the two of them would do a wonderful job. And hey, lookee there! I WAS RIGHT. :D

And now for something completely different. New York is always wonderful. I mean, duh. New York and San Francisco are my go-to towns where I never have a bad time. Met up with flaming_muse and had the confirmation that she is in the Tribe of Joseph (where are my Anne Shirley girls? Holler!) I only travel with people that I know I'm going to enjoy in multiple situations, and yep, I was right with her. Not one bad moment, not one awkward pause, and I really could have used another three days with her, I'm just saying.

Day One: The first night/show was Sleep No More. Keep in mind that I'm writing up full reviews for HDJM, so I'm not going into detail here. But I will say that this is one of those "you're going to love it, or you're not" moments. Except for how I have no idea ultimately how I feel about it. I coined it "Hipster Ballet."

I think they're very successful in a few areas, mostly as the entire experiment comes off as Art Installation instead of Proper Theater Experience. Because it's not a theater experience. At all. But fortunately, it doesn't want to be. Think Halloween haunted house + mute ballet + social experiment and you have Sleep No More. The audience wanders through a massive "hotel" while wearing masks:




These are the masks you wear. They're going to make you schvitz, ladies, so bring a tissue. The card is your "admittance" ticket once inside.



and this leads to the social experiment part (imo) where the anonymity for audience members leads to some bad behavior. Shoving, pushing, jamming your face in places it doesn't belong (except for how the production wants you to jam your faces in places it doesn't belong.) If this sounds confusing, that's the point.

Some moments were really interesting, some were down right pornographic - and that was pretty damn ballsy. Imagine stripping naked, dancing, and simulating sex in front of a crowd three times a night, eight times a week. That's ballsy, my friends.

I have A LOT to say about this, so I'll add a link here when the review goes up.



Day Two was the Met, specifically the Egyptian Exhibit with my personal docent, flaming_muse. I know rudimentary things about Egypt, so it was so fun to have her point out tiny details in carvings, in the type of writing used, etc. So, so fun. Not to mention we talked non-stop about everything under the sun, and were eating delicious foods and in beautiful surroundings. LOVELY.

And then we headed to the Al Hirschfeld Theater for the Darren Criss Experience. Lol. The theater is beautiful in that old glamour of Broadway way, but DAMN it is tiny. I mean, hey. Pretty much every theater in NYC is tiny. But they seem so huge in pictures. It's like meeting a TV star and you realize they're beensy tiny and not six foot forty.

FM and I played Spot the Fangirl all day long in the city (We loved the fascinators, ladies.) but I was seriously worried about poor behavior in the theater. I am not above turning in my seat and shushing someone. Manners are free, so there's no excuse to not have any. I was happy to say that (for the most part) people truly behaved themselves. (Exception: as the cast was coming out for the curtain call, people were bolting to the stage door. NO. NO NO NO. You applaud the people that just gave you three hours of entertainment. You do not leave when people are thanking them. You don't need a freaking scribble on a piece of paper more than they need a polite hand clap. You're not changing Darren's life - nor your own - by getting an autograph.)

ANYWAY. I want to sing the praises of two actors in the show who made the whole thing worth it (and surprise! Darren Criss isn't one of them.) Holly Ann Butler was the understudy for the role of Smitty, the bespectacled and ambitious executive secretary, and she was HILARIOUS. Absolutely adorable and funny with excellent timing, and I watched her more than I watched J. Pierrepont Finch in their shared scenes. And I think y'all know that I find Darren Criss to be quite watchable. So there's that.

I also utterly ADORED Christopher Hanke in the role of Bud Frump. Talk about stealing the show in the best way possible... So funny, such impeccable comic timing and physicality on stage. What I would have loved to have happened after the show would have been to go to the stage door where a few enthusiasts such as myself would be calmly chatting about the production and see those two people as they left, wave at them and tell them how much I appreciated choices they made as actors. Maybe get them to sign my playbill, but that wouldn't be the be-all goal, that would be gravy. Because I'm not entitled to get autographs. But I do want to tell people who have given me a wonderful experience that I appreciated them. I would have liked that.

But I'm sure if you're reading this you know that there have been Beatles-esque riots at the stage door so people can convince Darren Criss to leave his girlfriend and run away with them. So. No stage door for me. In fact, when we left the show, we saw two large black SUVs parked right at the door so D Criss could slip in and GTFO of there. Huge crowd on both sides of the door, across the street, but it was subdued in comparison to how it was over the weekend. Which is freaking scary.

Terrible part of the show? BEAU BRIDGES. Absolutely horrible. He completely phoned it in, appeared bored at best and put-upon at worst. Darren corrected a few of his lines for him in places (wow, Beau) and the moment where I would have hissed if I wasn't raised better would have been at the curtain call when he came out. He planted himself center stage, throwing his arms wide, and just stood there, demanding cheering. That he didn't deserve. And then, after a moment passed with the applause remaining polite, he waggled his hands, demanding adoration. EFF YOU, BROSES. You sucked. When Hanke came out for his applause, he got whoops and cheers and seemed so pleased, it was adorable. And when Smitty came out in her adorable spectacles and blonde flip and FM and I were just shouting and whistling and cheering for her (as was most of the audience) she was SO PLEASED. Lady, you deserved every one of those claps.

The women in the show are absolutely solid. You'll notice that I'm not blathering about Darren. There's a reason. He was good, but he was just a part of a machine, he didn't stand out much. (A few numbers, especially the closing, are outstanding and he FINALLY has something to do.) But this is the perfect musical to plunk someone in the "lead" role because it's not demanding, not of them, not of the audience. It's not a bad thing, it's just how it is.

We met with regala_electra who also happened to be sitting right in front of us (and we were five from center. PERFECT seats. One row closer could be even better, but front row would feel TOO close, honestly.) and we skirted the crowd and some pinche chingada who was standing in the middle of the street screaming at everyone to go home, this was his neighborhood, etc., and as we passed him (leaving, as he was shouting) he followed me and called me a PUTA. Well. I am a god damned lady, and you do NOT call me a puta, so I shouted back at him for a moment, because no. NO, SIR. VETE A LA CHINGADA. Pinche chingadera. Cierre la pinche boca, pendejo.

ANYWAY. The three of went to an Italian bistro around the corner where I'm sure I horrified them by ordering a plate of salamis and a few glasses of wine. I DESERVED IT, OKAY? I needed meat after that evening. We fangirled for hours and shut the place down, which is one of my favorite things to do. I hadn't had a fun night of talking fandom with intelligent women in a long-ass time, so it was quite satisfying.



Day Three, or: When Stoney Lost Her Damn Mind At Book of Mormon, The Musical.

We had another lovely meal (I'm telling you, FM and I didn't have pauses in conversation for four days. Do you know how delightfully rare that is!?) and flagged a cab (I am proud of my NY skills, I have to say. I don't scream tourist, and that makes me happy.) Our cab driver had no idea what or where the Cloisters were. I very happily pointed up the street, told him which blocks to turn on, which road, which exit, and that was pretty bad ass. Esp. considering I've never been to that end of the island before. YAY.

And let me say, the Cloisters is an outstanding, albeit small and specific, museum. And FM very kindly indulged me as I wandered through their garden (to others it's just a dead garden waiting for spring, to me it was NOW I CAN SEE THE STRUCTURE OF THE ESPALIERS, etc!) and there were herbs still growing and blah blah, plants, I can't help who I am. Ha.) She and I geeked out over religion and architecture and stone work and gargoyles and Islamic/Judaic cultures. There's a cafe up the road from the museum that had delicious foods, a beautiful setting, and we sat for a few hours talking more, then hit the subway back home.

AND THEN ON TO THE EUGENE O'NEIL THEATER FOR MY LIFE AFFIRMING MOMENT.


Just know this: you need to see this musical, if you like musicals. If you DON'T like musicals, this is the musical for you. it's an astounding hat trick Matt and Trey have pulled off, making a musical that truly is accessible to anyone. Unless you're offended by their liberal use of the word "cunt." Which you shouldn't be, as it's positively Chaucerian. But anyway. It's outstanding. And it's even better than I had imagined it would be, and long-time readers of this LJ know how I have been dreaming of this musical.

I want to say this about it: the performers in this musical are the top of their game. Hands down. There is more dancing and singing in this musical than in any other musical I know of. REALLY. And no one is ever winded, no one's voice wavered, and that is TREMENDOUS all things considered. Not a character or moment is wasted at any point in time. It deserved every single Tony nomination and win. Probably more. Yes, I'm biased. But not with this.

I did sit there crying (trying to keep it on the down low) during "I Believe," because I can't help it. They just get it. And I can't tell you how gratifying it was to go to the very calm and respectful (and small) stage door gathering (maybe 15 people there?) and stand there with my Book of Mormon, with all of my notes taken earnestly, all of my post it notes with cross references and Points to Ponder and have them SEE THAT IN MY HAND and their faces change to utter shock and delight and gleefully sign the cover.

And then. Clark Johnsen (Mormons! Look at that name!!), who is in the ensemble and plays various characters throughout the whole thing (missionary, a Hobbit, pioneer woman, hahahaha) saw that, beelined to me and asked, "Is that your triple?!" Mormons are laughing right now. I told him yes, he asked if he could open it, and smiled when he saw all of my regulation highlights in there. And then we stood at the stage door talking for a solid 5 minutes (it felt like a half-hour) about how we were both from Pioneer stock (he was excited that my uncle is a General Authority) and THE BEST THING EVER WAS WHEN WE BOTH LAUGHED ABOUT WHAT THEY GET WRONG IN THE SHOW.

Ahahaha. Because that's so Mormon, I can't even. (No one else would give two shits about these things. But how the missionary center isn't in SLC, how when you baptize someone it's not how they do it in the show and you don't hold your LEFT HAND TO THE SQUARE, omg, and he told me how he wanted to change that, but was scared he'd get fired, then forged ahead anyway, because that's how we Mormons are, and OH MY GOD HE WAS DELIGHTFUL. I would have bought him a drink and talked his ear off, but that's inappropriate, and also he had to leave. hahaha.

I ended up with 8 cast members signatures, and didn't get Andrew Runnels (the lead) who took off, and I wanted a few of the "Africans" so when I go back in March (yay!) I'll see if I can't collect them all. Ha. They all laughed and enjoyed signing it, and Josh Gad let me take a picture (FM asked for me, because I'm weirdly shy about asking for that sort of thing) and he thought it was great, too. YAY. Amazing cast and experience. AMAZING.


The theater from my seat, on left - orchestra. Get center, if you can. There's scrim work off the wings that would be best viewed straight on, I think. Please note that the backdrop is how it looks in SLC Temple's Visitor Center, and the Angel Moroni at the top with his trumpet. And it moves. :D I DIED AT THE LEVEL OF DETAIL, YOU GUYS.




This is Rory O'Malley, the FABULOUS Elder McKinley (The one that has "gay thoughts.") Tony winning, and deservedly so. He is SO FUNNY. He has so many tiny moments that he's brought to the character that just killed me. Clever, clever, clever performer. ADORED.





The delightful Josh Gad. His face went soft and his mouth made a shocked "OH" when he saw what I brought for him to sign. Very gracious to all of the people in line, he's a pro and knows just how long to spend with each person and how to move on. I didn't want to pressure him for a picture, but he seemed very happy to take one with me. YAY!





Yes, this is my original BoM. The worn corners should give away how much it's been used. :)



After this, FM and I hit an Italian bistro with a terrific margherita pizza where we outlined the next fourteen Klaine fics we both want to write/are in the process of writing. So. Awesome, is what I'm getting at.



My flight was delayed by an hour and a half, so I spent a long time at the airport reading and people watching, then had a neighbor on my flight back. RANDOM? BUT NOW: I am getting the shakes from lack of breakfast and racing to type this up, so here I'll stop and divert the rest of my energies into the HDJM reviews of the shows.

IN SUMMATION: GREAT TRIP WAS GREAT. I love my friends. The End.

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luvxander
Jan. 13th, 2012 05:01 pm (UTC)
YAY!!! I'm so happy you had such a fantastic time. And YAY!!! I'm so happy that you're back.

Now, you just sit down, right here in this chair while I *glomps onto you and never lets go*
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:31 pm (UTC)
CJ it was so wonderful!!! And so many beautiful gay men everywhere. Why don't you live there? NOPE, SORRY, TERRIBLE EXCUSE. (hee)

*curls up and twirls your hair*
luvxander
Jan. 13th, 2012 08:22 pm (UTC)
I don't live there because I can't afford it! Plus, because it would be too depressing to be surrounded by all those beautiful gay men that I would have no hope of ever dating.

*purrs as you twirl my hair*
turnonmyheels
Jan. 13th, 2012 05:14 pm (UTC)
OMG SO HAPPY FOR YOU AND YOUR AWESOME TRIP!!!!
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:30 pm (UTC)
B IT WAS SO GREAT. I AM STILL REELING AND HAPPY.
flaming_muse
Jan. 13th, 2012 05:18 pm (UTC)
*hugs you all up* We really did have the best time! <3 And we could have been together for another three days and STILL have not run out of things to talk about.

I'm sorry I didn't get a picture of you and Clark, but it seemed rude to snap one when you were actually having a conversation. I should have asked, because you clearly weren't going to. :P

OMG, you're going back in March! That's fantastic!
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:30 pm (UTC)
I AM GOING BACK, IT SEEMS!! The Mr. has an event in NYC that week, so we're looking into tickets for BoM while he's there and I'll fly up for a day or two and have yet another amazing experience. Not AS amazing, for I won't have you, but I'll muddle through. I WILL DO MY BEST.

And you know, as much as I would have loved to have taken a picture with everyone, you know me and my fear of being intrusive, so it is A-OK that you didn't take the sneak shot. I was so happy with the experience, anything else was simply gravy. There was a lot of gravy. :)

<3 <3 <3
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stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:28 pm (UTC)
Anne, it was SO WONDERFUL. And yes, the guy yelling in the street is a def. part of the awesome. I mean, it's NYC. If someone isn't shouting at someone else, you may as well be in Des Moines. :D
sheafrotherdon
Jan. 13th, 2012 05:44 pm (UTC)
eeeeeeeeee, oh it does my heart such good to read about what a great time you had! I love that everyone loved on your actual BoM and you got to have great conversations with the cast. And yay for everything. Also - a colleague just went to that same creepy mask-wearing version of Hamlet (it is Hamlet, right? I could be getting my deranged Shakespearian characters mixed up) and has that mask in her office. She wore it to class the other day.
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:27 pm (UTC)
It was SO WONDERFUL to chat with some cast members and see how tickled they were by it. I can't believe other people haven't done that yet! Of course you know I'm glad no one else has. Ha!

Sleep No More is actually MacBeth - but any deep understanding of Shakespeare is not a requirement AT ALL. I think it's hilarious she wore her mask, though! It's weird to see a sea of them in the dark on the edges of your vision, though.

Also: THANK YOU. (Ahem, you had the highest hit count for the week, last I checked at midnight. <3)
kuzu_no_ha
Jan. 13th, 2012 06:28 pm (UTC)
I love the Cloisters. I go there year round. It is the basis for my garden. I have five fruit trees that are in the very beginning espalier process.
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:25 pm (UTC)
Their espaliers were stunning. I can only imagine how outstanding they are in bloom. I'm still waiting for my husband to get on building my metal scaffolding for my apple tree espaliers, but one day. ONE DAY!
kuzu_no_ha
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:36 pm (UTC)
They are amazing, simply amazing and I just want to sit there all day. And I often do. Well not all day but certainly for a very very long time and the thing I love about it, is they encourage it. Often there are folks with books reading or sketching.

I take a lot of notes on plant varieties.

At the beginning you don't need any real structure for the fruit tree. You are going to plant it in your spot and then cut its limbs off. So it's a stick...in the ground.

The next year you are going cut off all limbs but two. You won't get fruit production until about 4-5 years, BUT it will be intense. Start now, thank me later. Have an additionally awesome showpiece in your already pretty damn awesome yard.
And the designs you can choose from! Oh so many! There is a book in French that is out of print and expensive. I just like to look at the cover. haha.
I'm pathetic.

Gardening, I love it.


stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:52 pm (UTC)
*cough* I'm assuming you didn't know I was a Master Gardener? Hee! Yes, I looooooove espalier and all of the technique behind it, the various styles of gardens, medicinal and decorative plants... Oh, it pleases me so.
kuzu_no_ha
Jan. 13th, 2012 08:02 pm (UTC)
haha nope!
I come from the historical gardening angle, because I'm a historical reenactor huge geek.
Much research has been done and a few articles written, classes taught, Hortus conclusus created.
Making a book right now! Calligraphy/painting medieval book.
It is going to take me FOREVER. But it will be awesome.
See...geek.



I have such dreams, but a city lot at present. Which is why espalier fruit trees are extremely appropriate.

Edited because my Latin went elsewhere for a moment.

Edited at 2012-01-13 08:04 pm (UTC)
wickedsin
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:17 pm (UTC)
sounds totally awesome!

(icon chosen JUST for you)
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:24 pm (UTC)
HAHAHAHAHAHA, awesome icon.
wickedsin
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:30 pm (UTC)
thank you, thank you

*stands center stage, arms flung wide*
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:31 pm (UTC)
HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA

STFU, Beau.
wickedsin
Jan. 13th, 2012 07:33 pm (UTC)
you know I couldn't resist, lol
foreverfoxcat
Jan. 13th, 2012 08:01 pm (UTC)
..."where are my Anne Shirley girls? Holler!"

Ooh, me, me! I bloody love the Anne of GG books, have done since I was about 12. I did a pilgrimage to PEI about 10 years ago just because of those books. Best holiday ever! I'd go back in a heartbeat, except I've since developed a paralysing fear of flying!

Loved reading about your adventures in Noo Yoik. :D It's interesting what you said about each of the shows. I've never seen a Broadway show (obviously) but I go to London to see the West End shows a couple of times a year, and the casts in those things are always, always phenomenal. Every time, without fail. It's always nice to see a well-known star in a big West End musical role, but there are so many amazingly talented people out there who do it without any of that hype and razmatazz. It blows my mind. And it's so nice to be able to have a little chat with them backstage without fearing for your life. Poor Darren!
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 08:12 pm (UTC)
Oh, I love my Anne-Girl and had my own Katie-in-the-glass as a little girl, myself. <3 Gilbert Blythe edged out Almanzo Wilder as my Number One Book Crush. :D

Oh, you're getting the same experience at the West End, for sure! I would LOOOOOOVE to see a show there one day. And yes, if you've made it into that level of show, you're a talent to be reckoned with, for certain.

I always want to show my appreciation to the performers, because having been on the other end (on stage) it feels amazing to have that little connection with someone. But yes - poor Darren. Not poor me, because I'm just a schlub. I feel terrible that such a huge wave of entitlement and frenzy washes over him daily.
foreverfoxcat
Jan. 13th, 2012 09:46 pm (UTC)
Hee, just a quick reply - the first time Gilbert appears in the books he's tying Ruby Gillis' hair to the back of her chair. Now that's a real hero's entrance. I fell in love with him from that page onwards!
solipsiae
Jan. 13th, 2012 08:28 pm (UTC)
I've been dying to see this musical and have streamed the recording a few times! And the Cloisters are so magical. What a wonderful time you had! <3
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 10:47 pm (UTC)
It's outstanding. The Mr. and I are booking tickets for the first of March, and hopefully the original cast will still be there. I looooove the Cloisters. I mean hey, I love all of the Met museums, but that one is especially lovely.
txvoodoo
Jan. 13th, 2012 09:07 pm (UTC)
"Tribe of Joseph (where are my Anne Shirley girls? Holler!)"

THE TRIBE THAT KNOWS JOSEPH FTW. Miss Cornelia!

I'm so glad you had such a great time!
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 10:48 pm (UTC)
HAHAhAHA! AWESOME.

And man, it was FANTASTIC.
elizardbits
Jan. 13th, 2012 11:01 pm (UTC)
I GUESS I WILL JUST SIT HERE ALONE IN THE DARK AND DRINK THIS TEQUILA THEN

YOU BETRAYING BETRAYER
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 11:03 pm (UTC)
LOOK I LIKE BROADWAY I CAN'T HELP IT.

AT LEAST YOU HAVE TEQUILA. I MEAN. AT LEAST.

(omg Sparty in two weeks!!)
cdvla313
Jan. 13th, 2012 11:16 pm (UTC)
I wish you could've seen SNM when they only let 300 people in. Or on a night with bad weather. lol. Ahh well. It was an experience, wasn't it? I suppose that's the important thing to get out of it. lol. And that our dancers are ridiculously awesome. I'll PM you the castlist, just to be sure. I don't even recognize some of our dancers in certain roles, lol. There were a couple of weird things going on that night w/the cast.

Ahhh isn't Hanke delightful? I wish he wasn't leaving when Darren does. And that's a pity Beau Bridges sucked and Darren didn't really stand out aside from the character's big moments, Dan Radcliffe and John Laroquette had such awesome chemistry, you couldn't take your eyes off them. And Dan seemed to ALWAYS be on stage.

Hope the original cast is still there in March, and that you get to talk to Andrew Rannells, he's super nice. Or at least he was back in his Jersey Boys days. There's an interview/first person essay thing that Clark Johnsen wrote about being Mormon and doing the show, you could probably find it by googling, if you haven't found it already. It's pretty interesting.

And yay that you'll be here in March, Once starts previews Feb. 28th! It would be great if you could fit it in, it was such an honest and beautifully performed show.
stoney321
Jan. 13th, 2012 11:36 pm (UTC)
Ha, what does bad weather do to the show? *is curious* It definitely was an experience, and one I'm glad I had. I'm still thinking about the show, which is a good thing, and one I think the creators would like. I just need to fully process the experience, which is more than just the 3 hours there.

Hanke is unbelievable. What a stage performer! I didn't realize he was leaving that soon, either! But I will make a point to see him in whatever he does, he's just that magnetic. John Laroquette is another great stage performer, but Beau just isn't. Wow.

I think Andrew had somewhere to go, he bolted out fast. I hope I get to talk to him, too, or at least get an autograph so I can have the three leads. :D Oh, I need to find that interview! (He's def. not active Mormon now, that's for sure.) But he was WONDERFUL. Oh, I'm going to have to check tickets this weekend, I would LOVE to see Once. Thank you for that head's up!!
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rocketlaunching
Jan. 14th, 2012 12:26 am (UTC)
and this leads to the social experiment part (imo) where the anonymity for audience members leads to some bad behavior. Shoving, pushing, jamming your face in places it doesn't belong (except for how the production wants you to jam your faces in places it doesn't belong.)

I was going to ask about this. I had heard how rude people were but I figured it was just hearsay but I guess some people really do like to fuck shit up for everyone. Also L&O: SVU this week was definitely based on Sleep No More, and I spazzed.
a2zmom
Jan. 14th, 2012 12:45 am (UTC)
Awesome trip! Sounds like there wasn't one bad moment (aside from Mr. Bridges).
lynnenne
Jan. 14th, 2012 01:08 am (UTC)
I am going to see this in February and I CANNOT WAIT. \0/

So glad you had a wonderful time, honey. Any recommendations on where to eat while I'm there?
ruthless1
Jan. 14th, 2012 04:21 am (UTC)
I have been thinking of you so much lately! What a GREAT trip and yay and DOUBLE yay for having so much fun. Nice write up of the plays too.
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kseenaa
Jan. 14th, 2012 10:29 pm (UTC)
Seems to be the thing watching musicals these days... *lol* I watched Les Miserables last weekend. ;-)

Anyway, definitely seemed like you had ONE HELL of a weekend!

And might I add, your beauty is more interesting to look at then the actors on them photos. DAMN your gorgeous! o.O
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