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 in Times Square. When one is very much extraordinarily excited … Continue reading New York, New York Day Two: Drama and Peril In The Big Apple

The Top 5 Reasons Hamilton Is Not Over: A Theatre Geeks Smashes The Haters

“The world will never be the same”. -Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton Cheerio, my darlings! I hope you’re doing absolutely smashingly today. This past weekend was one of my very best because of one absolutely marvelous thing: The LA Times Festival of Books happened. The LA Times Festival of Books, something that occurs every year in Southern California, is an event filled with wacky authors, boba, many variations … Continue reading The Top 5 Reasons Hamilton Is Not Over: A Theatre Geeks Smashes The Haters

A Theatre Geek’s Guide to Class, Elegance, and Revenge

“Life is a cabaret, old chum, come to the cabaret!” -Cabaret Bonjour, mes chéris! I’m sure you’ve missed me while I’ve been gone. Well, I’ve missed you too and I’ve really been dying to tell you all something quite wonderful. Over the years I have striven for class and elegance. This you know. Sometimes I have been successful and sometimes I have not, but my faults … Continue reading A Theatre Geek’s Guide to Class, Elegance, and Revenge

It Might As Well Be Spring (‘Cause it is): Spring Greetings From Your Favorite Theatre Geek

    “All the woods are alive with the murmur and sound of spring” -Oscar Wilde Hello, my darling people of amazingness! In case you haven’t noticed, spring is most definitely in the air. I love springtime in California because it is not chilly outside anymore but the weather hasn’t reached that point where you collapse in the middle of the frozen section in Trader … Continue reading It Might As Well Be Spring (‘Cause it is): Spring Greetings From Your Favorite Theatre Geek

The History of a Theatre Geek or What Happens When You Drink Coffee

  Hello, my dears! Well, I’m back and still not recovered from the premier of my musical. At all. In the least. Really, though, it’s kind of to be expected. When all your dreams come true and you’re suddenly kind of popular it’s hard to recover. Because of my musical I have been changed for the better, I really have. I love how I keep … Continue reading The History of a Theatre Geek or What Happens When You Drink Coffee

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 fruition and played in a fantabulous theater and I, Broadway … Continue reading I Possibly Made A Hat: The Premier of The Musical That I Wrote

A Theatre Geek Prepares for The Biggest Night of Her Life

“A girl should be two things: Fabulous and Classy.” -Coco Chanel Hello, my dears! I have returned! As some of you know, theatre is my biggest love. But I also love, love fashion and clothing. I didn’t used to, actually. When I was younger I just wore this one jean skirt. It was a dark time but I was also just very young and misguided. … Continue reading A Theatre Geek Prepares for The Biggest Night of Her Life

Art of the Hustle: A Theatre Geek Gets Down and Dirty(ish)

“Whenever people agree with me I always feel I must be wrong. “ -Oscar Wilde Hello! You and I know each other pretty well by now. I’ve shared my theatrical life with you, screamed in a New York Valley Girl accent about Lin-Manuel Miranda, and been properly annoying the whole time. You’ve had my back through Tony losses and Tony parties, been by my side … Continue reading Art of the Hustle: A Theatre Geek Gets Down and Dirty(ish)

The Reality of Writing a Musical: A Narrative

“Excuse me, there’s no pretense here. I happen to be genuinely self-absorbed and deeply shallow!” ― Stephen Schwartz, Wicked Hi darling people! Do like that Stephen Schwartz quote? Isn’t he too amahzing for words? LA is so gorgeous and rainy today-it’s really kind of making my life, to be perfectly honest. The problem with living through a drought, though, is that by the time it does … Continue reading The Reality of Writing a Musical: A Narrative