My favorite movie is Breakfast at Tiffany's.
My favorite musical is The Phantom of the Opera.
My favorite past time is exploring Manhattan.
My favorite actor is Leonardo DiCaprio.
I love Japanese Food. I'm from Staten Island. I'm in love with James Bond movies.
I was handed a name tag and told not to tell my real name to anyone. The secret name handed to me was…Marco.
By Act II, where I had so many phone calls from my mom.
Before you ask - NO. Never even made it to the damn show. Let me explain….
What do you do when you arrive two hours early and need to use the bathroom? You head to the Marriott Marquis and act as if you are a guest at the hotel, of course.
Set There appeared to be a mound of dust in the middle of the stage, it sort of looked as if the play had taken place on another planet. That and the actors being dressed in Star Wars costumes.
Cruel Intentions is about Kathryn Mertuil conniving with Sebastian Valmont, her stepbrother, to take revenge on Court, her former boyfriend who dumped her on the 4th of July, for Cecile, an innocent young girl. She tells Sebastian that to take revenge on Court, he must conquer Cecile and in exchange he can conquer her as well. The problem is, Sebastian does not love Cecile, he is in love with Annette Hargrove, the new Headmaster's daughter.
It was one of those shows where I felt that there was a big emphasis to make chaos appear funny. The primary focus of Act I was Jerry asking questions to his guests meant to instigate conflict.
Coming in, I knew that it was a tale of Robert Merkin, a notable financier. I came in thinking that this was just another production to enjoy but it ended up being more than that, it was very meaningful to me.