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I've been wanting to see it for a while now. See, Forbidden Broadway made fun of it in their most recent title (rude awakening) and sang about it in such a way that was more loving parody than complaining about Jukebox Musicals, so how could I resist? Actualy, it's more a matter of how could Mrs. Wirehead resist... And then I get to come along... She's the broadway fan, I'm the loving husband who comes along and doesn't mind the Broadway. The lovefest is this weekend. We drove through it, and I'm betting reesie is in fishnet heaven. :D So how was it? Um... whoa. Last weekend, we saw a recording of the stage version of Rent. Which was really much better than the movie... largely because there are plot points in the movie that don't make sense unless you have seen the musical, so in many ways, it's actually *less* accessible than going to the live show. I suspect that if they'd just released a good recording of the stage version, they'd probably have made just as much money but spent far less. Um, but if you consider that Rent opened in early 1996 (With the creator, Johnathan Larson dying of Marfan's right before the premiere) and the big musicals since then... you see a lot of Disney and a lot of Jukebox Musicals. Jukebox Musicals and Disney are not always a bad thing. You can't sneer at things for being pulp because the genre needs pulpy crowd pleasers just as much as it needs fine musical theater. So, watching Rent, I was again reminded that there was no follow-up to Rent. I mean, there's some questions about Rent that will probably never be answered (like exactly how much of a role Lynn Thomson and Sarah Schulman played) so it's not like you can say "Oh, if Johnathan had seen a doctor who knew WTF Marfan Syndrome is, Broadway would be different".... but it's also not the case that some young punk with both rock sensibilities and the understanding of the rules of musical theater didn't get inspired by Rent and found new and interesting ways to break rules and stuff. Wicked and Avenue Q were the highlights between Rent and now for me. Wicked is very much in the traditionalist genre of musical theater, but is very well done. And Avenue Q is just... well... Avenue Q. Which brings us to Spring Awakening. There's seating on the stage. Like Equis. Also on-stage nudity (although Mrs. Wirehead and I were both expecting it to be *cough* a little more extreme for the amount of fuss made about it) like Equis. So, during "All That's Known" I'm kinda wondering WTF is up with the kids pulling modern microphones out of their late-nineteenth-century German schoolboy outfits. By the time "The Bitch of Living" rolls around, things start to make sense. The part I really have to give Ducan Sheik credit for is the instrumentation. The players are pretty much guitars, keyboards, drums, and a string quartet. And when you are playing these heavy parts, sometimes you see the guitarist with an electric, but it's just as likely that he'll be playing on an acoustic. Oh, and some of the actors play the piano. And they really do play it, too. The lighting was incredible. They made heavy use of both fluorescent lights (both in tubes and CF form) and cold cathode neon lighting, going between tons of color and realistic lighting, depending on if the kids had the microphones out. The part that was really cool is that it's a demonstration of "plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose". The play the musical is based upon (which has all but one of the controversial bits) was written in the late nineteenth century... but when you get down to it, the emotions the characters were feeling are the same thing kids sing alt rock songs about today. Hence the insertion of alt rock songs in a period piece. The morality is interesting. They decided to write it in such a way that it's both pro-choice and pro-life at the same time. Teenagers have sex, and it's not the act of having sex that causes problems but the aftermath... and it's written in such a way that's quite a critique of "Abstinence-only" sex education. The set was minimal. Almost, dare I say it, rent-esque. The band sits in the corner of the stage, chairs are used repeatedly, and the fourth wall is breached. The funny part about live theater is that it's interactive. So the brief nudity shown was much more jarring than modern R-rated flicks. Um. I really want to see what happens when it plays the midwest. They aren't really hitting Cincinnati, and I kinda wish they were. Because I wana see how the censors-for-community-values handle it. :)
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Tagged by UniqueO Mania¦ ,,,,, 14 facts about Me: 1-I suffer from middle child syndrome. 2-am doing IB and hating every moment of it but hoping for 7's in all my subjects amen plz plz ed3oli 3-I love White heart she is my best friend, cousin and my other half. She knows everything about me; she knows when I get angry and what makes me angry. I love annoying her she gets so dramatic. 4-I've never had a doll or a bear, not even in my childhood. I have one bear I've got as a gift years ago and I have a Zitona doll( alshmo5 gave it to me, I love this girls) I guess that because I used to play with boys when I was a kid, I was so boyish back then. 5-I sleep with all the light in the room on. I get so scared when its dark, I imagine stuff moving around and it's so creepy. 6-I hate children of any age and gender, and I hate animals actually am scared of both of them: P they are both creepy. 7-I love collecting cups of different shapes, colors and from different countries. I love keeping cinema tickets of every movie I've been to. 8-Am not a sweet lover, I hate cakes of all kind never craved any. Am more of a salt lover and I love hot spicy food. And Chinese food is my favorite. I hate fish, but I love sushi and all seafood. 9-When it comes to sounds, I get so irritated by the sound of people eating, like noises from their mouths or even when their forks hit their plats. Also I hate and get so mad when I hear the sound of a clicking clock. 10-I hate crying no mater if I was alone or in front of people, I see crying as a sign of weakness. Putting a side that, once I cried because there was a BEE following me around, it was so scary, I hate insects of all kind. 11-Kitchen and me we don’t get along, I haven’t been in a kitchen for months. I am clueless when it comes to coking or baking. 12-I hate my nails; I try everything to hide them from people. I still bite them, but not as much as last year and the past 17 years of my life. 13-My favorite color is yellow and I extremely dislike pink, although it’s the colors of my braces right now, don’t ask why 14-I don’t get along with all the boys related to me excluding my brothers of course. All of them ye7ron wallah. i have more facts, i wana be tagged again :P .......... i tag: - Etrange ¦ - Ebrahim Al-Emadi - Tamoy - white heart - al shmoo5 - moony UK - miss Qatar UK - ????? Qтя ???? anyone else??? Don't use this photo without my permission All right reserved by Zitona *Comments with large photos will be deleted
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A killer is on the loose in Japan. Young women are being horribly mutilated. Aki, a young woman who works as a film projectionist, is haunted by a childlike ghost. Her girlfriend Emi is a TV news reporter covering the horrible mutilations. Emi introduces Aki to Kurahashi, a married man with a haunted past. Everyone involved has a dark secret and something evil is taking control of them. They are pawns in a game being played by forces beyond their understanding. This eerie descent into madness takes us on a journey into an abyss only the Japanese know how to create. For the first time in North America, the terrible truth is revealed in HIDEKI EVIL DEAD TRAP 2.