A Nonny Moose (clandestiny) wrote,
A Nonny Moose

The proverbial up to date

I finally saw Young Frankenstein the musical last night. It's not as bad as it looks, but it's not that great either. I'm not writing a review about it because:
a)it's been playing for too long already
2)I don't know if people are actually reading the reviews. I know my dad is, but I'm not sure who else is. I don't think they're the popular point of my blog, so I won't be doing them as frequently.

I lately wanted the theme to be my exploits in theatre, but there hasn't really been much to report from my end. Just FOH work, and not much else. Didn't get the AHM job I wanted to get. That's okay though. I have a bunch of other things happening now. That's why there's all these interspersed posts about my regular, semi-normal/boring life. Also, I've become more public with my entries, because I feel no reason to hide my life away anymore. It just isn't worth it in this world in which privacy is pretty much non-existant.

Been watching Daily Show and Colbert Report highlights about the economy and election. If y'all haven't been watching this, please do.

I have PSM (Production Stage Managing) work in December for a Christmas show that will be at the Arclight Theatre. Details will be posted once tickets are available.

Probably taking a trip to Seattle in November to visit a great friend. Probably after the Tiger Lillies Concert (9 and 10 November, Highland Ballroom $30 adv. $35 at door) happens.

Been waiting to hook up with my brother because I haven't spent time with him in years for whatever reason. He wants to come over, or so I hear...

So that's pretty much what's going on over here on the wacky world of Staten Island. YAY!!! STATEN ISLAND IS AWESOME!!! YAY!!!
Tags: mundania, theatre--stage manager, theatre--ushering

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