In lieu of posting N right now, I think it in the best interest of this µblog to respect the typical two-act set-up and proceed into a seventeen minute long fifteen minute intermission.
We can take a brief moment to examine the word and understand that half-way through our show we have decided to bury our task.
It’s incredibly depressing that wikipedia reminds us that certain shows have intermissions because of their fundraising potential. To think that one only need write a catchy first act before running down another hell bound road is actually very intriguing.
Oh shucks, the lights are flickering already.
This one’s for the late-night tab-openers.
J is for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. J is for Joseph because it is one of the many pieces which uses the colorful wonder of mt (and children) to capture the hearts and minds of the youth.
I want you send me an e-mail at email@example.com with your earliest memory of musical theatre and one lucky person will receive an original Canadian Cast recording of Joseph on cassette that my grandmother recorded sometime in the ’90s and I found in my aunts house about six years ago!
No purchase necessary! Anyone can enter to win! I will pay for postage and handling!