Sonya is a - what I like to refer to as a ‘gift to the world’ - something like Ellen (but on steroids.) She recklessly falls for an alien within the span of 14 days. Now, when I read alien in the title I too thought she was a crazy woman who falls for an extraterrestrial creature and then it’s was gonna be all about unrequited love. It kind of was, just take out the extraterrestrial and insert an Australian women named Kate...
That's a bit of where the problem with this drug comes in. It doesn't necessarily "show" your emotion to your partner, it just copies your feelings onto them. This could mean that some of the feelings that are built from this might not be genuine. Let's say a girl and I happen to both be taking the drug. I am unsure if I like her that much, but she is really into me. If I touch her, all of a sudden I'm going to be filled with the feeling that I'm in love with this girl just because she feels it.
Whether the 10 hour Netflix binge was born out of pure boredom or because of a break-up (yes, it’s them, not you), treating yourself for a night out is probably the best way to deal with all those bitter ‘I’m never gonna find anyone’ thoughts.
There was the mother, who was referred to as Ellen, and she was insanely promiscuous, superficial, and absent in Josephine’s life (her daughter). Even the way they argued was heartbreaking. Josephine would say things like “You’ve made my life a misery. Why do something when you’ve never done anything for me?”
Five installments of episodic plays battle for supremacy from over the course of a weekend. The three with the most votes are renewed for yet another episode next week. The two with the least votes are cut. Gone forever.
Living can be isolating, but there are things that make it easier, like love and art and travel. But even art and travel can lack appeal when one feels alone. If a person lives in this world and is not loved, seen, or understood, then does this person exist? How does this person know? Where's the proof? Is a beating heart enough?
This show revolved around a very dysfunctional family. And when I say dysfunctional I don’t mean “a child with divorced parents attending two Christmases” dysfunction. I mean, mother and son in an intimate relationship dysfunction.
Two bears awaken on the ship known as the S.S. QuickFast. (A ship so fast that even when slowed to one one thousandth of its maximum speed, it can still travel as fast as the average man on roller skates. True facts guys.) One is an Irish Koala bear and the other a Russian Polar bear. The ship's main frame computer, of course, is a talking super smart computer.
Okay. So the show hasn't even begun and already, I am on cloud nine. Instead of my original Mezzanine seat, I end up in the first seat of Orchestra Row J - a perfect distance away from the stage! AWESOME!
Sometimes we all need to sit down and reevaluate our actions, behaviors, and lives. At the theatre, this sort of introspection is important not only because it determines if people write mean things about you on the internet or not, but also because it makes sure that everyone has a good time at the show.
When they finally open doors, I'm not ashamed to say that I pushed a couple of people so I’d catch a good seat. With full stomach and at front row, life couldn't get any better at that point… Jesus take me now!!
A: (left) One of our good friends is one of the performers and she told us about the play and how good it is and the political implications. So we thought it would be interesting to come down and see it.
So there I was, eyes transfixed onto this psychedelic image waiting for it to be lifted, when all of a sudden lights turn on behind it revealing a dead shirtless male and a topless female. Because I'm a child at heart - I find it really funny when nipples, of all things, pull me from focus.