Do me this solid, if you would pretty lady. Please grab a martini and meet me on the balcony. I've prepared i light show, you could fake a melody, we could argue over when and where the symbol hits should be.
This sounds lovely. Just point me in the direction of that balcolny, monsieur!
The social media buzz/talk/debate/screaming match regarding Kony and the Invisible Children viral video over the past 48 hours has been fascinating if nothing else. I think at its core, though, there is a symptom of a deep disease that has been illuminated for us in the proceedings over the past…
Apparently she heard that I was signing “Be good to your cooter” at the JMOMS after show meet ‘n greet on Monday.
She was not happy.
I think her dreams of me becoming a lady have finally been put to rest. You’d think me dressing up as a vagina would do the trick…but nooo.
Anyways, I told her I didn’t regret signing that because it was a cause I could get behind. Ladies..be good to your cooters. Gentlemen…be good to cooters too. Everybody, appreciate cooters. LET TODAY BE NATIONAL COOTER DAY. Spread the word.
…just don’t let the word get back to my mom..I’ve already gotten enough grief.
Did you get to touch Curt Mega's hair? If so, was it fluffy? If not, did you wish you touched it?
Funny story about this, actually.
First let me say that Curt is probably the nicest person I’ve ever met. I mean, right off the bat he is extremely interested in you and geniunely wants to know your life story. He came to rehearsal with Warbler sunglasses and a baseball cap cocked to one side and looking like a 15 year old heart throb. Fast forward through our Monday tech, and we’re all getting dressed and ready and out of NOWHERE Curt comes downstairs in a tux looking camera ready. His hair was slicked back like a 1960’s crooner and he looked like pure class. (Yeah…not just class. Class. Boy was classy.)
Boyfriend went from ragtag teenage dream to classy crooner in a matter of 10 seconds. He’s gonna be star, I just know it.
But to answer your question, no I didn’t touch his hair. But, the dude is so cool, I bet if you asked him to touch his hair, he would probably say “Sure!”
You really don’t know how much you all mean to me. I started this little old blog back in 2010 when most of us were still in college and Starkid Potter was still a baby company. Whenever I’m down or doubting, I read your fan mail and your questions and remember that we’re all apart of something greater. I believe that our unspoken mantra is that we as Starkids refuse to grow up. We refuse to throw away our dreams of the fantastical, the mystical, and the weird and we instead make the consicous decision to create magic in the everyday.
Y’all put a spell on me last night. Your energy was infectious and I am happy to have you all apart of my life.
Words cannot express how effin excited I am about the JMOMS show tomorrow night. I went over to Pat ‘n Bob’s house (our Starkid parents) tonight and watched some clips of the tour, and recorded some lovely voice overs, and sang songs with the crew and OH MAN, I’m pumped.
Get ready for some backstage video tomorrow! Ima be taking it.
So my dear dear friend, Miss Tessa Netting, and I were discussing possibly holding a workshop in LA to teach choreography and songs from AVPM and Billy Eliot. In case you don’t know who Tessa is, she peformed in Billy Elliot on Broadway as Susan Parks for years and years. She is a huuuuge Potter fan, and she is the creative force behind the infamous Harry Potter, Book of Mormon song shown here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8m5XZwqp2s
My question is, dear dear Tumblrites and friends, how many of y’all would be interested in said workshop? We can work on monologues, audition techniques, dances, songs, and then will even have a Q&A afterwards.
What do we think? Y’all interested?? Holla at us on Twitter @tessanetting and @devdevnumnums (YALL KNOW ME!) to let us know how excited you are about this idea.