Reason 3284739567346762306 why I love Julie Andrews.
As a theater nerd, growing up, I always faced the problem that precisely no one understood my super-awesome-musical-theater-reference-y Halloween costumes. If you’ve always been less “I’m a witch” and more “I’m Elphaba,” we get you.
And with Halloween around the corner, now seems like the perfect time to tell you that NMT has an instagram. We’re so excited to fill it with all kinds of behind-the-scenes pictures and videos but right now, it’s very lonely. There’s no better way to launch it than with a Halloween Costume Contest!
Here’s how to enter: […]
This was a song I did not know I needed, but now I have it and I’m crying a little.
"Holding On" by Kerrigan and Lowdermilk
a musical where all of the songs are in the first act
the second act consists of reprises of the same songs, in reverse order, where every reprise is a dark ironic echo of the original version and it just gets more and more horrifying until the finale: a twisted, demented version of the opening number
team i can’t do math for shit but i can write a 3 page english paper in less than an hour
team I can do math for hours but I can’t write an english paper for shit
Team I can’t, I have rehearsal
In my past few posts, I’ve been offering some general tips to making the relationship between new musical theatre writers and regional theatres really strong and useful for everyone involved. We need to encourage these partnerships. In that light, I wanted to throw the proverbial spotlight on one such theatre that did just that and has great aspirations for continuing to do it. I recently spoke with Justin Anderson, Associate Artistic Director of Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville, Georgia about new musicals, his production of Kerrigan-Lowdermilk’s The Unauthorized Autobiography of Samantha Brown, and the future of regional theatres and new musicals. […]
Jeremy Jordan singing “Run Away With Me,” by Kerrigan and Lowdermilk.
This is so honest. I’ve been listening to it for days.
We love this song.
Actually, we just love everything Kerrigan-Lowdermilk
- If you don’t look like a clown, you don’t have enough on
- "Too much glitter" is a myth
- Probably needs darker foundation
This is one of those performances that I randomly stumble upon every now and then and it captivates me every single time.