tuvasadorerdemain replied to your post: I’ve decided
pricew replied to your post: I’ve decided
AMOUR. And also Beasts of the Southern Wild is incredible. My 2 favorites
coherentexistence replied to your post: I’ve decided
Life of Pi is dull as hell. I really loved Django.
I am excited about Amour and Beasts. Forgot about Pi. I saw the trailer for that twice in a row before some movie over the summer, and I feel like that should count.
But I feel like I should watch Lincoln next.
coherentexistence replied to your photo: So sometimes I guess I see Project Runway…
Wait, what happened to his boyfriend? Did they break up? I am so sad! Why isn’t he wearing a skirt and, like, twenty-four jersey cardigans in this picture?
my instinct is that the BF is still in the picture and Fabio is “looking for friends in the area”, or there’s some sort of open relationship scenario. Then again, if Amy Pohler and Will Arnet couldn’t make it work, it’s hard to believe in anything. But I didn’t bother reaching out b/c it wasn’t Christopher Palu.
coherentexistence replied to your photoset: I just felt the need to document and share all of…
Tony’s just bitter about The Voice.
which was so ridiculous to begin with! He was already a Broadway star..ring role. And a Christian pop singer before that! Like, how many chances to be famous should someone have?
And all I remember from the 2000 telecast was the girls acting like reporters when they sang “Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ, Who are you? What have you sacrificed” and it sucking.
And, this year’s Tony performance was bizarre (and not at all what is done at the theater), but I guess their goal was to try to communicate the spirit and style of the show—and highlight Young’s performance—rather than to accurately present what the do 8 times a week. And they may have succeeded. In any case, I thought Young did a fine job tonight and thought his performance anchored and elevates the entire revival. But I’m sure that guy in Crazy for You II: Hunt for Judy Kaye’s Acclaim is great.
coherentexistence replied to your post: Follies!
when i’m wealthy enough, i’ll pay Lane and David to copy-edit/fact check my posts. Jo will get a research and development budget.
and all my clothes will be designed by Catherine Zuber.
I accidentally just unfollowed you while trying to send this, BUT MAYBE I REALLY DID IT ON PURPOSE. You did not put Passion below Forum!!!
Bitch, I was tempted to put Passion below The Frogs!
coherentexistence replied to your chat: ‘Friend’: I’m planning a production of INTO THE…
Don’t forget the conveyor belt!
I’m so glad you said that! Seriously—i’m obsessed with the evolution of the conveyer belt in James Lapine’s Sondheim shows. SITPWG just had a couple of wagons that floated on from the wings, but nothing that really traveled from OFF L to OFF R. Then Into the Woods, of course, had the DS belt. Passion had at least 3, and I’m pretty sure there are a few cast members who made it through the entire run without actually walking. I imagine some agents told their clients “When you’re with Lapine you will stand and glide and never need to walk!”.
First time I’ve ever posted this because it’s the first time the results ever made sense to me, and because this is a fierce bunch of bitches.