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…think lovely thoughts

angel-564351_1920Well, here we are, crusaders, at the start of another week. And it’s not just any week, it’s the final week before Christmas, and the second to last week of 2016… Read the rest of this entry


…rise up


Well folks, we made it! It’s the weekend before Thanksgiving, which we all know is a Christmas warm-up. There’s no better time to take a moment to take stock… Read the rest of this entry

…Learn to Move On

xhamiltonposter-pagespeed-ic-guootjy1uh“Hamilton” fans, the day has finally come. Today sees the final performance of the original lead and creator of the smash hit “Hamilton”— Lin-Manuel Miranda. Today also sees the departure of the original Burr—Leslie Odom Jr.—and Eliza Hamilton—Phillipa Soo.

While I know this is a tough day for those who had hope to see the mostly-original cast before they moved on to other projects, it’s going to be okay. If you haven’t seen the show yet, you may be wondering if it lives up to the hype. You may also worry that part of the shows magic is reliant on the current cast. I’d like to address some of these fears. Read the rest of this entry

…rise up


It’s here! Tony Sunday!

We’ve been counting it down all week, and now it’s time to make our Tony predictions (or as many are affectionately calling the, the Hamiltonys).

In honor of this incredible moment in theater history,  we’re expanding our choices because well…”Hamilton.”

If “Hamilton” wins in every category in which it’s nominated Tony history will be made, but even with its incredible popularity, that’s not guaranteed. And if we’re being honest, we’ll be gleefully glued to the broadcast either way, because above all, tonight is about celebrating theater, all theater.

So, we hope you’ll tune in and enjoy. In the meantime, here are our 2016 Tony Awards predictions:

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Hamilton 10 Dollar Bill

Hamiltonian’s, we won!

#Womenon20s movement, congrats! We won too!

Those still fiercely opposed to Andrew Jackson’s presence on the $20, you too have come out victorious!

In case you haven’t guessed already, today the US Treasury officially announced that Alexander Hamilton will remain on the $10, and that a woman will replace Jackson on the $20. Read the rest of this entry