KPOP

Wow – what can I say about this show?! KPOP was a fun, immersive look inside a K-pop “factory” preparing its artists for bringing their music to the U.S. The music and dancing was infectious, and all I wanted to do afterwards was pop on my headphones and keep listening. I would honestly listen to…

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2017 Tony Awards Nominations

I’m so grateful to be making a living by doing what I love – theater. Not only do I see shows in my free time, but I also get paid for promoting them?! Love it! (Ok, so I do more than just promoting them, but you get the picture). Last spring, I began working at Lincoln Center Theater…

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New Job

I’m so excited to officially announce my new job (if we’re friends on Facebook, you’ve probably already heard about this!). After a few months of post-grad unemployment and a bajillion cover letters, emails, and interviews later… I’m so happy to say that I’m the newest employee at AKA NYC. As you may or may not…

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A Weekend Full Of…

…finishing the beast and seeing some theater!

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I Have a Confession…

There’s a certain freedom when you find something you really love and are completely, entirely interested in it. There’s an even bigger freedom when you realize what that “something” is. I think I’ve found my “something,” and it’s really a great feeling. As of late, I have allowed myself to become totally immersed in the…

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Weekend Reading

Remember Daria? Here’s a look at her reading list. What does your zip code say about you? {marketing enthusiasts will appreciate this} Your feet will feel comfy, stylish, and warm this winter. ’cause you’re there for me too: Friends is coming to Netflix! Life Is Beautiful: First Look at Emma Stone in Cabaret. Abandoned towns…

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#ThrowbackThursday

…to my first Broadway show!

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A Thirst for Art

In Milwaukee, spring was always seen as the end of theater companies’ seasons. In New York, it’s a time when companies are producing their more daring and risque pieces. I’m absolutely thrilled to see some of these shows in the coming weeks: The Village Bike, MCC Theater May 22 – June 28, Lucille Lortel Theatre…

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[currently] An Ode to February

I haven’t posted much since classes and my internship started, but I’m hoping this changes now that I have a schedule down! My arts administration courses are off to a great start – I’m rediscovering my interest in development, and law for the arts is (a little bit confusing) just like Law & Order. Just…

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A Look Back at 2013

I was so excited to reflect back on this past year while putting together this post. I’m so happy to be sharing my top moments of the year with you, my readers, and I would love to hear what everyone else’s are. As always, feel free to leave a comment or send me a message!…

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