Monday, May 16, 2011

this post is ridiculous.

I know. I KNOW. Part of me thinks I should just declare a blogging sabbatical and be done with it. I have really fallen out of my blogging three times a week thing I was doing there for a couple of months. Anyway.

My trip to New York last week was fabulous. Really. I LOVED The Book of Mormon the most. Definitely want to see it again. I am a new fan of Daniel Radcliffe, who was great in How to Succeed.... I may actually watch one of them there Harry Potter movies (no, no I won’t). Arcadia was very good as well – but very long. But good. (But long.)

And the celebrities! I saw/heard speak on a panel Daniel Radcliffe, Chris Rock, Bette Midler, Whoopi Goldberg, John Larroquette, Matt Stone, Trey Parker, Judith Light, Dan Lauria, Billy Crudup, Raul Esparza, and other theater peeps – it was delicious.

Plus there were parties! Very late! And people. Tons of people. And drinks! Very many. Have you heard that New York is the city that doesn’t sleep? It’s true!

(There was also regular conference-type stuff. But I’m glossing over that. Because it doesn't make me seem exciting.)

Anyway – good times. Also – go see The Book of Mormon. GO. But only if you like "South Park"-style humor. I also may have a slight crush on Trey Parker now. Is that weird? I can't decide.

In other news, I am leaving for a week at the beach in one month, and I need to lose 10 pounds. Is this possible? I mean, is this possible whilst still being able to eat cookies all day? Inquiring minds want to know.

(I promise to write a more coherent post later this week. I was up late last night. I am on the casting committee for a production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and after I got home from that last night, I had to watch the two-hour finale of “Survivor.” Which was awesome, by the way.)

3 comments:

S said...

Sounds like a great time. I've been wondering how you trip went. Thanks for the update.

Stereo said...

I don’t show up here enough – sorry, love, this will change. Firstly, Daniel Radcliffe is supreme. Don’t try and fight it, just embrace your newfound love for him, Harry Potter and all. You won’t be sorry. I won’t talk much about my jealousy of your NYC trip but yeah…jealous = me. As for the weight loss thing; yeah it’s entirely possible: good food, some exercise etc it’s usually the first 10 that are the easiest to lose (in my experience anyway). You can do it *high kicks*

Tracy said...

Breaks are good. I know first hand! But we are here for you always! YOU MUST watch the Potter films. They are very well done. Seriously. They cast the parts exactly how I envisioned them when I read the books before the movies were even filmed. They are just pure fun.
Glad you had a terrific time! Sounds wonderful!