Posts Tagged ‘New World Stages’
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This is the end. My only friends. The end. Of my elaborate plans. The end. Can’t you picture what could’ve been? So limitless and free. Desperately in need . . . of some . . . stranger’s hand. In my desperate land. It hurts to set you free. But you’ll never follow me. This is, after all, the end. Keep reading . . .
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What a night. New York certainly made sure I paid my final dues before cutting out. Keep reading . . .
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Today was my last day as an usher at New World Stages. Curtain down on my ushering career. It was sad night. In many ways actually, a few more that I expected. Keep reading . . .
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So, it’s begun. I’ve started the process of saying good-byes. Keep reading . . .
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Well today was quite a day. And it’s not over yet. Even though it’s nearly midnight. Read the rest of this entry »
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Another Friday night with Naked Boys Singing. Naked Boys Singing only performs on Friday and Saturday night whereas most of the other shows at New World Stages run the regular Broadway course: two shows on Saturday, two on Sundays, then every week night except one. At least at New World Stages, the ushers get to work different shows. I’ve wondered how ushers at other theaters, those who see the same show each night, like The Phantom of the Opera for example, how they handle it. That same music over and over eight times a week. Songs from Naked Boys has already begun to earworm (yeah, I’m turning it into a verb). I wake with songs playing in my head. Occupational hazard, I suppose. That said, though, I was intrigued tonight when I found myself actually listening to the lyrics of one of the songs. Keep reading . . .
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Co-Clerk’s advice, mentioned yesterday in A Nice Gesture has been weighing on my mind. I’ve got to a lot to finance in a very short period of time: pack and move my belongings to Pennsylvania, fly myself (and probably another person) to the new location with two cats in tow, put down first month’s rent, security deposition, and possibly last—and, given what Co-Clerk mentioned in A Nice Gesture, probably second month’s rent too. Just to be safe. And then there’s any other incidental expenses along the way, like buying a car. I’m starting to get more than a bit worried about financing this move to get to the clerkship. But first I need to deal with my apartment. Keep reading . . .