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It’s a work in progress, but I’m curating a woodland goth playlist. I recommend playing on shuffle. 🎡

Usually Spotify Autoplay makes me grouchy but it turns out when I listen to goth music it suggests more goth music so I’m very happy with its current suggestion of 10:15 on a Saturday Night. (Sorry The Cure, You Are Goth.) 🎡

πŸ”–πŸŽ΅πŸŽ­πŸΏ Read Judas Christ Superstar: Easter thoughts on being just (Reader) by Katie Prout.

This piece is excellent. JCS is an extremely important show to my family as well. I have a lot more thoughts about it and if I feel up to it, I’ll write them up later.

🎭🎡 Spending my Tues night building an audition repertoire, as one does.

  • The Party’s Over
  • A Trip to the Library
  • Another Hundred People
  • Astonishing
  • Schroeder
  • Let It Go
  • Worst Pies in London
  • Last Midnight
  • Everybody Loves Louis
  • I’m Going Back

& 2 opera

🍿🎭🎡 Watched Anything Goes.

Sutton Foster is my hero. Wish I could get to NYC to see her in The Music Man. Everybody in this production was great. I need to watch more musicals because they always make me so happy.

πŸ”–πŸŽ΅ Read β€œThe Queerest of the Queer”: Listening to Garbage in the Nineties (Catapult) by Niko Stratis.

I enjoy Garbage so much and I appreciate this meditation on what Shirley Manson signifies about gender.

I haven’t seen ENCANTO but I gather Luisa is the middle sister and yet her song is the anthem of eldest daughters the world over. 🍿🎡

🎡 Had to skip “Moonlight Sonata” on the Spotify Dark Academia Classical playlist because belting “Schroeder” at the top of my lungs is not actually conducive to getting work done.

🎡 I’m listening to the full album of Lady Gaga’s BORN THIS WAY for the first time, and I’m a little embarrassed by coming to her this late, given her status as the spiritual successor to Madonna, whom I have adored since 1984.

πŸ”– Read Two Musicals on the Perils of Aging. 🎡🎭

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