Last night was my first time back on the stage in a long time. It feels so good to be back home.
I hate when I try to talk to my friends about all my favorite famous Broadway actors and they have no idea who they are..like come on if you don’t know who Sutton foster is you are not living!
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You’d make an awesome Joanne in rent!
You remind me of Miss Honey in Matilda the musical !
you would be a great Bonnie in Bonnie and Clyde!
(sorry I’ve taken so long to post the musical castings I’ve been getting) I think you would make a wonderful Maria in The Sound of Music!
Wicked taught me how rumors and lies could change a lot. Everything you say matters and affects a person. It also taught me the importance of friendship. You may not see it but some people are important in your life and you have to learn to take care and nurture that friendship for a long time, no matter what happens. But the best lesson I got from the play is that to never judge a person because you never know who they are and what they have been through. People are different and you just have to deal with that. We aren’t alike, we aren’t born with the same face, same body and same personality. I must say, people with the most differences, learn to get together the best. They get to see the different side of someone. They get to see each other’s perspective of the world. And like Glinda and Elpheba, they are opposites. But they ended up being the closest of friends. This is truly the most touching piece of art i’ve witnessed so far.
I always love to read what people get out of wicked!
Listening to let it go from Disney’s Frozen»»»»CRACK.