It's a blast. It's a satirical musical. It's about politics, greedy corporations, and needy masses. It's about the 99% and the 1%. It's about sustainability and controlling scarce resources. It's very dark. It's very funny. It's got great dances and catchy songs, sideways glances and evil doings. It's a lot of work. It's 40+ students,… Continue reading What is Urinetown?
I have numbers in my head today. If you know me at all, you know that's not normal. Three days ago, we bought a fifty-pound bag of flour at King Arthur Flour. I think this foretells something, but I'm not sure yet what that is. How many loaves of bread does fifty pounds of flour… Continue reading But who’s counting?
Well, our month of poems is over. As promised, I've posted a link to a different poem every day for April. May is here, and that's just as good a month for poetry, isn't it, what with its budding flowers and showering storms? And then there's June, with its roses and graduation and brides. July's… Continue reading And one more for luck