The Female Writers Who Changed Broadway Forever

“Say what you want to say And let the words fall out, honestly.” -Sara Bareilles Bonjour! I hope you learned some useful theatrical phrases last week, darlinks! Today I wanted to talk about something that’s been on my mind, but which I haven’t written about yet on this theatrical blog… Da, da, DAAA! The female … More The Female Writers Who Changed Broadway Forever

New York, New York Day Five: Russian Princesses and Josh Groban

Once again, I was speechless. There I stood outside the Imperial Theater in my Natasha Rostov inspired outfit, preparing to see Natasha, Pierre, and The Great Comet of 1812. The thing that most people don’t realize is that whatever the outfit you chose to wear to the theater may be, it will always influence, if … More New York, New York Day Five: Russian Princesses and Josh Groban

New York, New York Day Four: The Quest For Caricatures

evIt started out a day like any other. Except it didn’t, not really. Something was hanging in the air around me as I woke up groggily, wishing I hadn’t watched so many episodes of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt the night before. And then I remembered and jumped out of bed to recklessly throw turtlenecks and … More New York, New York Day Four: The Quest For Caricatures

New York, New York Day Two: Drama and Peril In The Big Apple

  I stood there. My heart pumped loudly in my chest and I wasn’t sure if I was still alive. Sometimes one isn’t. People raced around, dodging the tall girl with the mildly disturbing glasses as she stood staring up at the huge faces of Sara Bareilles and Elphaba The Wicked Witch. I had arrived … More New York, New York Day Two: Drama and Peril In The Big Apple

I Possibly Made A Hat: The Premier of The Musical That I Wrote

“Curtain up! Light the lights! We got nothing to hit but the heights!” -Stephen Sondheim, Gypsy Well, it happened. My musical happened. In the most splendiferous way, with the most fabulousness muster-able, it happened. I’m freaking out, people. For those who don’t know, I, Broadway Lil, wrote a musical. And on Sunday it came to … More I Possibly Made A Hat: The Premier of The Musical That I Wrote