*muttering* It’s just a first draft. It’s just a first draft. It’s just a first draft…
In an interview published late last week, renowned musical composer Andrew Lloyd Webber told the Daily Mail that a film adaptation of Cats could soon be coming to the big screen. “I haven’t seen the [Les Mis] film, but it’s fantastic for musicals because everybody wants to make them again,” the Lord ALW said. “Universal has now got Cats out of the drawer in which they locked it years ago when they bought the rights, and suddenly they’re talking about a film.”
Somehow I don’t think a Cats movie musical is ever going to make this list…
Asian actors with no accents. Black actors with British accents. British plays with people of color in roles other than housekeepers. Women in lead roles where they don’t fawn over any men. Latino actors in lead roles where they don’t have to be downtrodden. Gays and lesbians in lead roles where they don’t have to cry. South Asian and Middle Eastern actors in lead roles not about terrorism.
Peacock Hamlet confronted by father’s ghost.
SHUT UP. EVERYTHING IS HAMLET.
*resists urge to direct all-peacock productions of various Shakespeare plays*
Peacock Hamlet suspicious of Peacock Ophelia’s motives.
Peacock Polonius is sick and tired of Peacock Hamlet’s shit
Peacockcrantz and Guildenpeacock are not on Fortunes cap the very button, but neither are they the soles of her shoes. In fact, they are peacocks.
I JUST NEED THIS ON MY BLOG.
OH MY GOD, IT’S EVEN MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN IT WAS YESTERDAY.
Jenny Seidelman’s plays have been produced in Chicago, New York and San Francisco. They have been rejected from theater companies in every major city in the U.S. and U.K. and some minor ones too. She likes to write about Irish gypsies, upwardly mobile Asians and others that are not usually represented on stage. When she is not busy being a sad playwright, she likes to listen to The Smiths, read Emily Dickinson and drink lots of coffee, all of which make her even more sad for some reason. www.jennyseidelman.com
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