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Dad and Daughter

I’m tired and I’m about five chapters behind on my novel. If I wasn’t tired I’d say that there was the musical this weekend, that it went really well, that Holli did a great job taping, and that there were nearly 230 people in the Gregg household all at once watching the play they had just performed. At first I thought it was a little silly, but then I remembered being in High School plays and how I’d probably do the same thing. The kids were happy and that’s all that matters.

If I wasn’t so tired, I’d also tell you that I got lots of pictures, and I’d say that you could check out Little Shop of Horrors – 11, 12 Nov 06.

I’d also say that on Sunday Larry, Carol, Holli, Marissa, MacBook, and myself recorded Musebleep 007: Chapter Eight. It went well, and you can hear the fruits of our labor, if you haven’t already, on the Musebleep site.

I’d finally close by saying that whenever I think of something in Lost, like “Who is that strange character we’ve never seen before?” or “I wonder what Hurley’s back story is…” then they explain it in the next episode. How cool is that?

What is your guys’ favorite musical and why?

12 Replies to “4 8 15 16 23 42”

  1. Little Shop of Horrors because the music is great and the story is funny and off-beat. Joseph and Annie are high on my list also.

  2. I’m “Singin’ in the Rain” because Donald O’Connor is a riot, they like to stay up late into the morning, and dancing and splashing in the rain. Need I say more?

  3. I’d have to say “Guys and Dolls” because that’s the musical we did when I was in high school. “Rent” is really good too- and I agree with Holli’s comment.

  4. JOSEPH!!

    Also, THE PRODUCERS ’cause I saw it in London & cause we saw it New Years Night 2006 & got home at 2:00 am ’cause we could…



  5. Is Cirque du Soleil a musical? I don’t think so. Sorry Tony you have to broaden your horizens. Also I love the movie Camelot along with almost any Rogers and Hammerstein music. We grew up singing them at home. Loud and usually on pitch.

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