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Mazes, Memory, and Magic

Piranesi, by Susanna Clarke – This is the first thing I’ve read by this author, and it was pretty fascinating. The protagonist and narrator is called Piranesi after the eighteenth century Italian artist and archaeologist (not that he knows that), … Continue reading

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I was never that interested in Cats when I was younger, but I probably would have liked at least the T.S. Eliot poems if I’d been familiar with them. Beth and I went to see the show on Broadway about … Continue reading

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Where the Hell Are the Singing Cats?

Cats is a consistently popular but much maligned musical, and I guess it IS kind of dorky and cutesy. Then again, we live in a time when grown men openly love My Little Pony. Beth and I saw a Broadway … Continue reading

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Red and Yellow and Green and Brown and Scarlet and Black and Ochre and Peach

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat – This was the direct-to-video release of the musical from 1999. While pretty corny (how could an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical starring Donny Osmond NOT be?), it was also fun. The story is a … Continue reading

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